Our People

At Triumph, our employees are our top priority and most treasured asset. We hire talented, committed, and genuinely kind people who embody our core values and company culture. Our employees are relied upon for their intellect, imagination, and ability to solve client challenges. Employees are encouraged, recognized, and rewarded for their commitment and successes.

Our Culture

Our CEO & President, Scott Ulvi, built a values-based culture to align Triumph’s strategy and reinforce the right employee behaviors. At Triumph, there is high integrity in all interactions, with each other, our clients, and our partners. We invest in our employees and fully support their efforts to become the best they can be. We believe if we take care of our employees, they will take outstanding care of our clients and deliver on our promises. Our collaborative spirit encourages teams to use their creativity and work together to generate the best possible results for our clients. Through our values-based culture, we are committed to developing authentic and trusting relationships, re-energizing the organization to create a stronger future for our team. As our company grows, our people grow with it.

 

Calendar of Events

Dec

09

Awards Banquet

Charity: DC Central Kitchen

Dec

16

Wreaths Across America

  • "You guys rock! Thank you for taking the time to collect supplies and money and for letting everyone know about Special Love and our camps."

    — Robin Cardillo, Special Love

  • "I find it rare that companies will seek you out asking what can they do to assist you with helping the community, but that’s exactly what Triumph Enterprises did. Their donation of computers will help us provide even more for the thousands of children we assist every year."

    — Battalion Chief Willie F. Bailey, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department

  • "Coming to work for Triumph just might have been the smartest career decision of my entire life."

    — Rick Rhoadarmer, Program Analyst

  • "I’ve worked for Triumph for five years. I’ve never worked for a company that treats its employees so well and stays concerned with not only the employees but the surrounding community as well. I always feel like my voice matters, and when I feel that an issue needs to be addressed, I don’t have to worry about repercussions, but I can look forward to cooperation and getting the issue solved."

    — Scott Olson, Project Manager

  • "The type of business done in the government contracting world can create a bubble where the only focus is on customer needs. Not only is Triumph able to deliver a high level of customer satisfaction, but it also doesn't lose sight of philanthropy and places priority on making time for the community. Spanning outside of the bubble of normal work life, there are so many opportunities for us to get involved with the company as it makes an impact for various causes. Having these chances shows the humanity of who we work for, which is a refreshing in this field of work."

    — Shreena Patel, Program Analyst