Lisa P. Grant

Lisa P. Grant

The National Contract Management Association (NCMA) D.C. Chapter recognizes Lisa P. Grant for earning her Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM) designation.

The CPCM is NCMA’s highest certification level and the exam is only open to professionals with undergraduate degrees, five or more years of contract management experience, and at least 120 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE). Lisa is also FAC-C Level III certified.

Lisa is the Chief Procurement Officer for the U.S. House of Representatives (House). She is responsible for comprehensive executive-level management in the areas of procurement, purchasing, and contracts administration.

This includes the development and implementation of policies and procedures governing House procurement, purchasing, and contracting. She ensures all information and materials provided to representatives, House offices, contractors, and offerors are accurate, up-to-date and understandable.

Prior to her current position, Lisa served as the Acting Assistant Commissioner for Acquisition Management for the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service.

Her nearly 30 years of service with the federal government as a contracting professional also includes work as a contract specialist for the Defense Logistics Agency; a contracting officer for the U.S. Marshals Service, and the Director of Contracting for the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command.

Lisa is the daughter of Juanita V. Pierce and the late Booker T. Pierce Sr. of Tuskegee. She graduated from Tuskegee Institute High School before she received a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Finance from Troy State University and a Masters of Management with a concentration in Contract Management from the Florida Institute of Technology.

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