Meet Greg Pellegrino
Public Sector Industry Leader, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
Greg Pellegrino is the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (DTT) Public Sector Industry Leader and a partner in DTT’s U.S. member firm. Greg leads member firms in helping Deloitte public sector clients address a range of issues, including national security, impact of the aging population, meeting citizen expectations, accountability & performance and innovative partnerships.
Greg has advised senior business executives and public sector leaders for more than 20 years. He is a well-recognized specialist on innovation and strategies for improving citizen service and mission performance. In 2006, Greg was chosen one of the top 10 market channel leaders by Washington Technology Magazine.
Following 9/11, Greg developed the award-winning communications and information-sharing (eGovernment) program for the newly created U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Greg leads Deloitte LLP’s work serving the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and assists other member firms around the world with their homeland security work.
Greg is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Washington, D.C. based Homeland Security and Defense Business Council, representing the leading suppliers to the homeland security market in the United States and globally.
Greg was co-chair of the 2003 Privacy and Security Working Group for the Council for Excellence in Government study, Homeland Security from the Citizen’s Perspective. He is a recognized specialist on innovation and strategies for improving citizen service and mission performance.
Greg is a member of the Board of Directors for Deloitte & Touche LLP’s Political Action Committee. As a Deloitte LLP partner, Greg has helped his public sector clients deliver a number of award-winning programs. Some of these include:
- Developed and implemented operational and management systems for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the Transportation Security Administration (2002)
- Instituted an innovative new customer service model for the State of Michigan through the e-Michigan initiative (2001)
- Transformed customer service delivery in motor vehicle agencies across the U.S. (1995-2000)
- Created a national model for U.S. highway safety data collection, and in-vehicle computers for law enforcement nation-wide (1995)
- Introduced computers to public school classrooms across the State of Florida (1993)
- Advised the military on the uptake of handheld computer technology to increase the efficiency of ship maintenance work (1990)
- Consolidated and modernized the U.S. Navy’s ship maintenance systems (1987-89)
Greg was a featured panelist for a televised homeland security town hall meeting alongside then Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney; Boston Mayor, Tom Menino; Boston Police Chief, Kathleen O’Toole; and Homeland Security Undersecretary, Asa Hutchison.
Greg is often a featured speaker at national and international meetings where the focus is government performance or homeland security. He presently leads a multi-organization effort to help people of the developing world access clean drinking water. The initiative was launched at the 2007 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Report: Web 2.0: The Future of Collaborative Government
Report: Governments on the Edge — Surviving the Financial Crisis
Q&A: Greg Pellegrino on the Financial Crisis
Recognition: The Homeland Security & Defense Business Council Honors Greg Pellegrino
Research: iGovernment – Empowering Citizens Through Distributed Technology
Overview: U.S. Federal Government