Beacon Global Strategies
Liz Hampton joined Beacon Global Strategies as a Vice President within the National Security Technology Practice in the spring of 2022. Prior to joining BGS, Liz worked atvthe General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Acquisition Service doing mission
critical Assisted Acquisitions for Federal customers. Since 2018, Liz has served as a
GSA FEDSIM Manager within the Civilian Sector supporting a variety of Intelligence
Community and Health & Human Services customers including the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, National Counterterrorism Center, National Counterrorism Security Center and the HHS Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) Strategic National Stockpile. In this role, she was responsible for overseeing the successful acquisition and execution of many large and complex enterprise contracts spanning Information Technology, Professional Services, Managed Services and Logistics solutions. Her expertise is in requirements gathering, market research, acquisition strategy, contract evaluations and post award-execution with a focus on performance based contracting. Prior to joining the FEDSIM leadership team, Liz was a Senior Project Manager supporting the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) where she conducted acquisitions that transitioned the organization into a new and optimized portfolio of contracts. Throughout her tenure in GSA, she has supported several critical Government Wide initiatives focused on ensuring efficient solutions across the federal procurement landscape. Her work with the GSA SmartPay Program, the Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative, Multiple Award Schedules Contracts, and in Acquisition Operations are
demonstrative of her passion to bring innovative and cost effective solutions. Liz is a member of and ACT-IAC where she was part of the ACT-IAC Voyagers Class of 2015, as well as a member of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA). She is FAC-COR Level III and FAC-P/PM Level III certified and holds a Masters Certificate in Project Management from the George Washington University School of Business. Liz received her Bachelor's degree from Dickinson College in Political Science and Sociology and her Masters in Business Administration from the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business.