Guy Beougher, Vice President of DOD/Federal Logistics, Supply Chain and Energy at Cypress International
Guy Beougher is vice president of Department of Defense/federal logistics, supply chain and energy at Cypress International, working out of Alexandria, Virginia. His qualifications are based on over 40 years of military and federal civilian experience focused on leadership, logistic operations, supply-chain management, resource management, energy, strategic planning, enterprise management, integrated logistics support and change management, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Beougher joined Cypress International, a defense and space consultancy, in February 2021, after almost four decades of government service. Much of his early career was also spent performing leadership functions within logistics operations.
Before joining the public sector, Beougher served as the deputy director for logistics operations at the Defense Logistics Agency. In his final role in government service, he was responsible for the end-to-end supply chain management of the DLA’s nine supply chains, providing logistics and materiel process management policy, guidance, and oversight while conducting continuous assessments of supply chain performance, he says on LinkedIn.
Before joining the DLA, Beougher was the deputy logistics commander at the U.S. Army Forces Command. In that role, he was responsible for the readiness of the force, including personnel, equipment, equipment serviceability, supplies, logistics automation, maintenance programs, controlling, and new logistics initiatives and concepts.
Beougher earned his degree in business administration from Emporia State University. He later attended the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.
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