Greg Jacobson


Greg Jacobson

Vice President, Client Services

Management Services

Greg Jacobson

Vice President, Client Services
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As a Vice President at ERPi, Greg Jacobson is the Officer in Charge of client service, leading approximately 400 high-performing multidisciplined professionals to solve complex client challenges in the areas of health, information technology and digital services.  In the past five years, he has pursued, captured and delivered more than $230M in contract awards. He has delivered strategy, business transformation and modernization, artificial intelligence, 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. He created and leads our Delivery Support Team, including ERPi’s Design Studio, Resource Center, and communities of practice.

As an employee with ERPi for nearly 15 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 key member of the leadership team that grew KPMG LLP’s Federal Advisory Practice from 30 to 300 employees in five 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.

Greg is a proud husband and father of two and is actively engaged in helping our communities thrive.  This includes ending Veteran homelessness through serving as an Immediate Past Chairman, Board of Director and volunteer over the past seven years for Operation Renewed Hope Foundation (ORHF).  To date, ORHF has ended homelessness for more than 1000 Veterans.  Additionally, Greg supports Pathfinders for Autism, and formerly served as a National Kidney Foundation of Maryland (NKF MD) Board of Director for seven years and volunteer for nearly twenty years.