Greg Jacobson

Vice President, FED


Greg serves as ERPi’s FED market leader, supporting Federal and Civilian (FedCiv), Entitlements, and Defense client missions. His team of 200 professionals provide business, information technology and digital services and solutions to ensure our Military is resourced to rapidly respond to threats; our Veterans service and sacrifice is honored through world class customer experience and protection from benefits fraud; our Military and Veteran’s mental and physical health, and housing needs are proactively identified and met; and, our financial markets thrive and intellectual property is safeguarded. These results are achieved through advanced techniques and methods in strategy, artificial intelligence, neural networking and machine learning, performance analytics, automation, business process engineering, strategic communications, change management, and digital solution prototyping.

Greg is Program Manager of Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contracts with combined ceilings valued at $80B and leads our Delivery Support Team, including ERPi’s shared services, Rapid Prototyping Lab, communities of practice and resource center.

As an employee with ERPi for 14 years, Greg draws inspiration from his teams innovating and delivering solutions that have the impact our clients seek.  Prior to ERPi, he was a Manager and participated in the leadership team that grew KPMG LLP’s Federal Advisory Practice from 30 to 300 employees in five years.

As a proud husband and father of two, Greg is also actively engaged in helping our communities thrive.  This includes ending Veteran Homelessness through serving as a volunteer, Immediate Past Chairman, and Board of Director over the past six years for Operation Renewed Hope Foundation (ORHF).  To date, ORHF has ended homelessness for more than 800 Veterans.  Additionally, Greg supports Pathfinders for Autism, and formerly served as a National Kidney Foundation of Maryland (NKF MD) volunteer for nearly twenty years and Board of Director for seven years.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech in Business Information Technology, with a concentration in Decision Support Systems.  Greg is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and is certified in Contract Management by George Washington University.