Our client/partners include faith-based organizations, non-profits, government agencies, and corporations.
Who We Are
Strategic Applications International (SAI) offers a variety of cutting edge services to its clients from comprehensive strategic planning to government relations.Learn More
Our mission — to pursue great ideas, promote action, and effect change with demonstrated results — reflects our commitment to setting new standards in innovative program development.Learn More
Our Strategic Approach
Our mission is anchored in a sociology of faith that is incarnational. As God was en-fleshed into the human experience, we believe we are called to en-flesh ourselves in the human experience.Learn More
Strategic Applications International (SAI) offers a variety of cutting edge services to its clients from comprehensive strategic planning to government relations. Located in our nation’s capitol, and with a team of consultants with years of experience on Capitol Hill, SAI is in a unique position to represent the interests of local and state government, non-profits, and faith-based organizations. Currently, SAI represents a variety of state and local government organizations, faith-based ministries, and several non-profits in their efforts to acquire Federal funding to support initiatives in law enforcement, housing, mentoring, drug courts, and work with those reentering our communities from incarceration.
James Copple’s Blog | The Seeker
This BLOG is designed to be a platform for exploring all ideas and issues religious, political, social, humanitarian and personal. It is entitled SEEKER – because seeking is what has described my life in pursuit of great ideas, truth and the meaning of truth.
This book examines the problems associated with alcohol consumption among youth and the impact of the alcohol industry and popular culture on youth drinking.
Voice from the Night
The book is about creating and inspiring change — personal, community, and national change. It may be pretentious on my part to assume that anything I have to say could incite change in anything or anybody. However, I hope the voices found in the book will at least prompt some serious thinking.
SAI principals believe passionately in what they do and what they can help other organizations achieve in order to address and solve society’s social and behavioral problems. This group is driven by the need to drive community empowerment and change and to assist communities in looking outside the box for resources. To a person, SAI believes that with the proper professional assistance, nearly every organization, company, and/or government can achieve the positive social outcomes it seeks, no matter how ambitious and/or insurmountable they may seem.