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Charlie Han


Dr. Charlie Han, President of MacroSys, has over 27 years of experience in program and project management, over 12 years of experience in Federal contract management and negotiation, and over 10 years of experience in managing research, analysis, and information technology programs for transportation agencies. Dr. Han has been managing MacroSys’s onsite contracts with the Bureau of Transportation Statistics/Research and Innovative Technology Administration since 1997. Most recently, Dr. Han has been managing MacroSys’s V-TRAC contract with the Volpe Center. The total number of projects and task orders Dr. Han has managed exceeds 500.
Dr. Han is also a Senior Analyst at MacroSys with research experience and publications in economics, transportation, energy, and environment-related subjects. He served as principal investigator or major contributor to projects such as the Transportation Satellite Accounts, the Transportation Services Index, and the Transportation Statistics Annual Report, National Highway Construction Cost Index, among many others. Dr. Han’s contribution greatly enhanced the development of many areas of transportation statistics and its methodologies.  He successfully led several MacroSys teams in support of Commodity Flow Survey and Freight Analysis Framework data development. He holds a Ph.D. in Regional Science from Boston University. 

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Vincent Fang

Senior Vice President

Dr. Vincent Fang is a Senior Economist and Senior Vice President of MacroSys. He has led and managed a number of survey-related projects and task order contracts. Nationwide surveys such as the Commodity Flow Survey, the National Household Travel Survey, and the Omnibus Household Transportation Survey sponsored by U.S. Department of Transportation agencies have all benefited from Dr. Fang’s leading analytical skills, experience, and management. Dr. Fang also managed the design of and contributed significantly to Americorp’s Membership Satisfaction Survey, the Medicare and Medicaid Hospital and Nursing Facility Survey, and the Public Housing Agency Rent Review Survey. Additionally, Dr. Fang offers strong analytical skills and experience. He was the major contributor or principal investigator for the development of conceptual frameworks and estimation methodologies and procedures for a number of transportation statistical systems and projects including the “U.S. Transportation Satellite Accounts,” “U.S. Transportation Infrastructure Capital Stocks Accounts,” “Multifactor Productivity Measurement for Trucking Industries,” and “Measuring Competitiveness of the U.S. Transportation Sector.” Dr. Fang has been a major contributor to the Transportation Statistics Annual Report, National Transportation Statistics, and North American Transportation Statistics for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Dr. Fang has led MacroSys’s effort in transportation projects like “Measuring the Job Impact of Highway Maintenance Spending,” “Conceptualizing and Measuring Logistics Cost in Comparison with GDP,” “A Descriptive Study of the U.S. Highway System for Highway Asset Management,” “Assessing the Economic Importance of the U.S. Marine Transportation System,” and “Inland Waterway Statistics in the United States.” He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Boston University.

Kalle Culotta

Vice President of Business Development

Ms. Kalle Culotta has served in key senior leadership roles within MacroSys, including Vice President of Business Development, Director of Operations, and Creative Director. She has also led a MacroSys team as the communications expert for the V-TRAC contract at the Volpe Center. On the V-TRAC contract, she managed a complex communications program, oversaw employee and subcontractor staff, ensured quality delivery of services and products, and introduced innovations in methods and technology. She was instrumental to the successful development and launch of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 communications campaign, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration’s redesigned Web site and Safer Bus tablet/mobile application, and NYSTA’s communications planning efforts, among others. She has served the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Freight Management and Operations as a Web designer/user support specialist and managed the MacroSys communications team, working on a variety of complex print and Web publishing projects for Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, the National Center for Education Statistics, Library of Congress, etc. She holds an M.A. in Technical and Scientific Communication.

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