To be consistently recognized as the best small business in our industry that clients, industry partners and employees want to work with.
• Collaboration: Success is built on relationships.
• Dedication: Committed to serve with a purpose.
• Integrity: Professionally doing what we said we would do, as we said we would do it, when we said we would do it.
• Innovation: Creative, flexible and persistent in finding solutions.
Our mission is to consistently deliver value-driven solutions. We partner with our clients to truly understand their objectives, issues, and constraints by practicing consistent communication and flexibility.
DUNS: 112485433 CAGE Code: 3U3S5
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Project Management Office Army
Army Project Manager
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Project Management Office Navy
Navy Project Manager
Elizabeth M. Robertson, PMP
Beth Robertson has over 30 years of consulting experience with program and project management for a wide variety of government and defense clients. As Liberty’s President, Beth’s primary responsibilities are business development and strategic direction; she also provides direct program management oversight for several client projects. Beth holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Old Dominion University and has been a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) since 2004. She was on the boards for both CDCA and PMI, and is a member of several professional organizations, including PMI Charleston Chapter, Charleston Defense Contractors Association, Palmetto Women in Defense and Lowcountry AFCEA.
Executive Vice President
John Scholz has over 30 years of program management and consulting experience in finance, management, contracts, business process, and logistics. He’s a graduate of The Citadel and former Navy Supply Corp Officer. John’s primary responsibilities include oversight of all contractual and financial controls, regulatory compliance, company policies, and operational procedures. He is also responsible for oversight of network and facility security. John’s accomplishments include developing a small-business operations improvement and process control methodology and serving as lead consultant on projects to develop, document, and implement procedural changes to improve project management, project efficiency, cost controls, and risk mitigation.