Our Leadership

Philosophy

 

Our Client's hire AP3SI for professional advice and support based upon our capabilities and reputation.  We invest in our clients through partnering with them, understanding of their problems/issues, listening to their concerns, and providing high quality analysts.  By achieving results and looking at the "big picture", our clients  will benefit.  AP3SI leadership ensures we have the resources and develop our staff to meet our clients' needs.  

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AP3SI President 

 

Mr. Chuck Lunati serves as AP3SI’s President and Senior Economist.  He is a recognized SME by his

peers and a servant leader for his company and community.

 

Mr. Lunati is a Certified Project Management Professional, Lean Six-Sigma Master Black Belt, Certified

Defense Financial Manager, and Operations System Analyst with over 25 years of experience in providing

strategic and policy analysis, business process re-engineering / Lean-Six Sigma analysis, portfolio

integration, resource analytics, and alternative solutions for clients faced with resource constrained

problems in a variety of venues.

 

During his term as AP3SI's president, Mr. Lunati has provided analytical, program management, PPBE, Modeling & Simulations, and LSS support to several clients including: the Veteran's Health Administration (VHA); the Defense Suicide Program Office (DSPO); the Assistant Secretary of the Army / Financial Management & Comptroller; GSA's Office of Mission Assurance; and, Army Manpower & Reserve Affairs.  He has supervised AP3SI staff on several projects including: the Army National Guard G3; Defense Chief Management Office (DCMO); and the National Guard Bureau / J8.

 

Mr. Lunati's extensive experience also includes former Vice President at a medium-sized government contracting firm where led at Health Analytics Unit and provided support for the Wounded Warrior Care & Transition Policy (WWCTP) Program-Budget Office, DSPO under the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Personnel & Readiness (OSD/P&R), and facilitated for VA-DoD efforts on Continuity of Care and the Disability Evaluation System.   

 

He is a U.S. Army disabled veteran; His Army career included a wide variety of assignments, including Operations Research & Systems Analysis (ORSA), with assignments as the Senior Operations Research Analyst in the Land Forces Division of the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Program Analysis & Evaluation (OSD/PA&E), Program-Integrator for Army PA&E, and Manpower Analyst for Army G-1 (Personnel Resources).  He is considered a subject matter expert by his peers in PPBE, process improvement, strategic integration, program-budget resource management, database and associated structures management, associated studies/analysis, modeling/simulations, cost alternative analysis, unified legislative budget support, force structure/manpower analysis, and decision support.

 

He has a Master’s degree in Economics/Operations Research from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado and a B.S. degree in Biology/Chemistry from the State University of New York College at Oswego.  Mr. Lunati has authored several thought papers on such topics as the Affordable Care Act and Needs for Military Families and has taught National workshops on Cost-Benefit Analysis.  He has been a member on several panels such as:  the National Alliance for Suicide Prevention Data Panel,  Zero Suicide Panel, and Military Advisory Board.  He volunteers his time to the community on several boards and committees in areas of analysis and evaluation. 

 

He is a recognized resource manager and analyst by the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management (ASA-FM) and the American Association of Military Comptrollers - having won several National awards for Resource Management and Innovation.