The President and the Secretary General's Staff
The President and the Secretary General’s Staff is organised in four units, supporting the Port Authority’s board.
It studies policies and sets goals for the Port of Venice. It is in charge of litigations, legal issues, and of promotion, communication, institutional and media relations.
Tel. 041/5334225 e 041/5334217
Institutional Affairs and Management of State-held Land
Institutional Affairs and Management of State-held Land, with its four units, is in charge of human resources and general affairs relating to the port.
It follows up the requests for the concession and utilisation of state-held land situated in the port's premises, and examines the plans concerning works to take place within the state-held properties granted in concession.
The Division consists of six units. It builds and maintains the port's infrastructure, such as roads, railways, quays, channels and other structures and IT networks.
It also draws the Urban Plan, along the lines set within the Three-Year Plan, and it manages environmental issues concerning port activities.
Planning and Finance
Planning and Finance, organised in four Units, is in charge of all financial issues relating to the Port Authority (of which it keeps the balance-sheet) and its held companies. It is also in charge of monitoring and controlling financing from external bodies.
It ensures compliance with fiscal requirements, and is responsible of management control and quality certification.
Strategic Planning and Development
Strategic Planning and Development (three Units) has the task of finding new business opportunities that can enhance the port’s growth. Together with the Authority’s top ranks, it draws the Port of Venice’s strategic development plan.
It assesses how to improve the flows and transport modes relevant to the port, and researches European, national and regional funds to support port projects. In addition, it develops IT systems, like the Port Community System and the port’s monitoring.
Port Management is organised in three Units. It coordinates with other institutions and the port operators to solve problems linked to port activities, and finds out operational solutions to better run them, thus improving the port’s competitiveness.
It is in charge of security and monitoring, and oversees workplace health, safety and accident prevention in the port. It examines requests to be licensed to operate in the port and supply port services and ancillary port activities.