Fulvio Lino Di Blasio
Fulvio Lino Di Blasio - already appointed President of the Port System Authority of the Northern Adriatic Sea - Ports of Venice and Chioggia by decree of the Minister of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility of May 28, 2021 - with subsequent Legislative Decree no. 103 of 20 July 2021, was appointed Special Commissioner for the realization of temporary morings and associated interventions for the safeguarding of Venice and its lagoon and further interventions for safeguarding the Venice Lagoona.
Fulvio Lino di Blasio was born in Vigevano (PV) in 1972 and graduated in Law from the University of Pavia.
He has over 22 years of professional experience, of which over 18 in the field of strategic planning consultancy and the implementation of complex public spending programs (co-financed or not by the EU) with particular focus on the infrastructure / transport / logistics sector / port facilities.
In particular, from 1999 to 2004, he dealt (in Milan, Rome and Palermo) with consultancy and support to public administrations (local, national or european) for the construction, implementation, evaluation, monitoring and control of public policies, developing a deep knowledge of territorial development programs and of the functioning mechanisms of the Italian and EU public administration.
From 2005 to 2017 (first in Rome, then in Romania and Bulgaria and then again in Rome) he worked with EY - Ernst & Young Financial Business Advisors S.p.A. one of the largest service and consulting companies globally, where he had the opportunity to gain experience by carrying out and coordinating technical assistance, evaluation, audit, strategic, organizational, administrative and accounting consultancy.
He has in-depth knowledge and experience in the infrastructure, transport, logistics and port sectors having worked since 2005 with EY alongside the Ministry of Infrastructures, collaborating in managerial positions in the management, implementation and surveillance of complex programs and projects such as the PON Networks and Mobility 2007-2013, Interreg IIIB MEDocc, PIC Urban, Urban Italia, Urbact. In particular, for the port sector, he coordinated the EY working group with a managerial role in the strategic and methodological support activity for the drafting of the National Strategic Plan for Ports and Logistics, working first in support of the Committee of experts and then of the New Technical Mission Structure.
He coordinated, in the context of projects carried out for the Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, and directed various analysis / study activities such as the comparative study on international methods of evaluation of public works, the preparatory analysis for the drafting of the OP Infrastructures and Networks 2014 -2020, the Guidelines for the evaluation of investments in public works in the sectors under the responsibility of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, the drafting of the Annex to the DEF and the "Connecting Italy" document containing the national infrastructure strategies and transport. He participated in the elaboration of a study for Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (in collaboration with the European Investment Bank) relating to a Market Study on the national infrastructure sector to be carried out also through the use of PPP schemes, with a focus on those of small and medium size.
From May 2017 to May 2021 he held the role of Secretary General of the Port Authority of the Ionian Sea - Port of Taranto, where, in addition to the activities envisaged by law, he developed a series of projects and initiatives in the field of digital transition, innovation and startup, European planning, enhancement of the port-city relationship and the waterfront.