Boulder, CO – November 4, 2014 – Ecrypt Technologies (OTCQB: ECRY) announced today that its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr. Thomas A. Cellucci, was elected to the Board of Directors of NCOIC (Network Centric Operations Consortium).
The Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium is an international not-for-profit organization with more than 50 members and advisors in 12 countries who represent businesses, government agencies and organizations that are all focused on advancing global, cross-domain interoperability.
Cellucci commented: “It is truly an honor to join NCOIC in their critical mission of developing and executing global initiatives vital to our global community. This exceptional organization meshes well with the paradigm-shifting technological leaps we are spearheading here at Ecrypt. It’s really all about helping our partners and customers achieve high performance with minimum cost in a worry-free implementation ecosystem.”
NCOIC has a 10-year history of developing world-class technical resources that promote the use of effective network-centric systems and interoperability in both the public and private sectors. These processes, tools, frameworks, patterns, principles and databases are designed to lower engineering costs, speed program implementation, increase capability and reduce risk. The consortium’s resources s and interoperability projects help member-companies and customers operate more effectively across diverse global markets including aerospace, civil and military operations, air traffic management, health care and more.
“We welcome Dr. Cellucci’s proven leadership in bringing the public and private sectors together to solve real-world problems. His experience in the rapid and practical application of technology to solve complex and sometime vexing problems has garnered him the reputation as a strategist who executes. His strategic vison coupled with his execution precision will help us take NCOIC to the next level,” said Lt. General Harry Raduege (USAF Ret) of the NCOIC Board of Directors.
NCOIC’s members and advisors are international leaders from Fortune 500 companies, businesses in a variety of industries, government agencies, academia, standards organizations and multi-national bodies such as NATO and the European Defense Agency. Its customers include the U.S. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Federal Aviation Administration and NATO Communications and Information Agency.
Dr. Cellucci was the first Chief Commercialization Officer at the US Department of Homeland Security and the White House and served in both the Bush and Obama Administrations due his technical prowess coupled with his speed-of-execution. In addition to his experience and expertise as a senior executive and Board member for over 30 years in the private sector, Cellucci serves on a number of Boards, is the author of over 24 books and more than 192 scholarly articles.
For more information about Dr. Cellucci, you can view his bio on Ecrypt’s website at the following link: https://bravatek.com/person/thomas-a-cellucci-phd-mba/
The Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium works to enable cross-domain interoperability among and between areas such as aerospace, civil and military operations, air traffic management, health care and more. NCOIC is an international not-for profit organization with a 10-year history of developing world-class skills and technical tools that help its members and customers enhance their capability and organizational success. For more information, visit www.NCOIC.org
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