National Defense Magazine, November, 2009
Thomas A. Cellucci, the Department of Homeland Securityâ€™s Chief Commercialization Officer, is asking the private sector, rather than taxpayers, to fund new technology that could make Americans safer. Some companies are happy to oblige.
Cellucci, the Department of Homeland Securityâ€™s chief commercialization officer, has championed a new acquisition model that takes advantage of the growing demand for products that are both innovative and can be marketed to an array of public-safety agencies. His program shifts the governmentâ€™s investment costs to the private sector, which may also reap the potential rewards.
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