A Guide to Innovative Public-Private Partnerships: Utilizing the Resources of the Private Sector for the Public Good

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Government Institutes, Mar 16, 2011 - Business & Economics - 442 pages
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Congress is expected to announce that new practices are to be adopted across the federal sector which will incite new and innovative partnerships between the public and private sectors. In A Guide to Innovative Public Private Partnerships: Utilizing the Resources of the Private Sector for the Public Good author Thomas A. Cellucci introduces these new procedures and how both private entrepreneurs and government managers can use them most effectively. This book enables organizations in both the private and public sectors to develop and execute efficient and effective business partnerships. Detailed requirements and market potentials are developed which would help entice the private sector to use its own resources to develop products and services without delay and at minimal cost to taxpayers. The book starts from basic principle of partnerships, develops the concept of commercialization-based public-private partnerships, and provides templates, potential marketing tools, and real-world examples to prove the effectiveness of this shift in how government will work in the future. This is a 'must read' for anyone interested in doing business with the government as well as government leaders who are being forced to trim budgets and show genuine value in their agencies.
 

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Contents

Ch01 Its Not Businessas Usual at DHS
1
Ch02 Commercialization Office
9
Ch03 DHS Sees Value in Commercialization
21
Ch04 Using Commercialization to Develop Solutions Efficiently and Effectively
29
Ch05 PublicPrivate Partnerships
67
Ch06 Creating Opportunities for the Private Sector
101
Ch07 Offering Transformational Change beyond DHS
111
Ch08 Conservative Estimates of Potential Available Markets
119
Ch12 FutureTECH in Action
259
Ch13 Change Aint EasyBut Its Possible
303
Appendix A
309
Appendix B Typical New ProductDevelopment Process Used inthe Private Sector
319
Appendix C Product Realization Guide
321
Appendix D DHSs Private SectorResources Guide
325
Bibliography
421
Index
429

Ch09 Bridging the Communications Gap between the Public and Private Sectors
123
Ch10 The Capstone IPT and Beyond
133
Ch11 Its All about Putting Theory into Practice
143
About the Author
435
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Thomas A. Cellucci is an accomplished entrepreneur and senior executive. He is the first Chief Commercialization Officer in an executive agency (US Department of Homeland Security). In 2010, while continuing to serve as Chief Commercialization Officer, Cellucci was appointed the Director of the Office of Public-Private Partnerships which oversees the Long Range Broad Agency Announcement (LRBAA) procurement process, Office of SAFETY Act Implementation (OSAI), Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Office, and the Commercialization Office.

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