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CGS has established itself as the leading expert on the use of crime-gun information. We continue to push the boundaries of information usage developing exciting and innovative solutions for our clients. We have a culture of innovation where we can make a difference.

Below is a brief overview of our qualifications:


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Joseph J. Vince Jr., Partner 

Received BA and MA Degree's, both in the field of Criminal Justice Management. As a Special Agent, he has worked numerous investigations relating to almost every type of crime.  He has held many high level management positions within ATF, both in the field and at Headquarters to include: directing investigations in both Miami and Chicago; Special Agent in Charge Intelligence Division; Chief, Firearms Division; and Chief, Crime Gun Analysis Branch. Instituted the Youth Crime Gun Interdiction Initiative (YCGII), which was adopted as a national Presidential Initiative. Received three Vice-Presidential Hammer Awards for technological advances in Firearms Interdiction Strategies that make Government work better and cost less.   A member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and serves on the organization’s Firearms Committee.  He also serves on the State and Local Law Enforcement Advisory Board (SLLEAB) for the Counter drug Intelligence Executive Secretariat (CDX), United States Department of Justice.   Furthermore, he is a member of the American Society of Law Enforcement Training (ASLET).

Gerald A. Nunziato, Partner

Mr. Nunziato has served in various capacities as a Special Agent of the United States Department of Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) from July 1970 to January 1999.  From October 1990 to October 1991, he was the Firearms Interdiction Program Manager responsible for the ATF Firearms Stolen from Interstate Commerce Program , From October 1991 to October 1999, he was assigned as Special Agent in Charge of ATF’s National Tracing Center.  During his tenure as Special Agent in Charge at the National Tracing Center, Mr. Nunziato’s work revolutionized the firearms tracing capability as a law enforcement tool and received many accolades from within and without the Bureau to include three prestigious Vice-Presidential Hammer Awards for Excellence in Innovation.  Mr. Nunziato was then and is now nationally known for his ability to interpret crime-gun trace data to assist law enforcement investigations. Created the first computer program that analyzed crime-gun information to identify sources of illegal firearms traffickers.  He has also developed and taught a course in the use of firearms tracing to impact on illegal firearms trafficking to law enforcement officers national and worldwide.

Ronald Schuman , Partner

Over 35 years experience in the field of computer information systems.  He has a background in computer systems analysis, information management, networking, operations, software development, budget and planning.  Planned and led implementation of five successful initiatives designed to combat the crime-gun problem in this country. Responsible for sales and marketing of a major Presidential crime-gun initiative in 27 major U.S. police departments, as well as the analysis, design, construction, and implementation of software to electronically extract crime gun information and transmit to the National Tracing Center (NTC). Developed a 5 year strategic integrated technology plan for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) that identified all activities and costs associated with modernization of the Bureau. Directed the systems development activities associated with the transformation of the NTC from a gun tracing activity to an international crime-gun information center that is recognized around the world.  Directed the design, development and implementation of the only firearms analytical tool in the nation