Domenico Arcuri is an Italian manager. In March 2020, he was appointed by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Extraordinary Commissioner for the Implementation of Health Measures to Contain the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the most influential role during the emergency.
Following his graduation, Arcuri started working at Institute for Industrial Reconstruction (IRI), where he held management roles in various companies belonging to the group, becoming particularly skilled in telecommunications and radio and television sectors. In 1992, he joined Pars, a joint venture between Arthur Andersen and General Electric Company, which operated in the high-tech consulting sector, of which he became CEO after only two years.
In 2004, Arcuri became CEO of "Deloitte Consulting", the Italian branch of Deloitte, active in the field of business consulting; while in 2007, he was appointed CEO of Invitalia, a state-owned company focused on the development of the production system, territorial cohesion and reindustrialisation of former industrial areas.
On 16 March 2020, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte appointed Arcuri as Extraordinary Commissioner for the Implementation and Coordination of the Measures to Contain and Combat the Epidemiological Emergency COVID-19.
As Commissioner he also organized the vaccination campaign, which started on 27 December 2020.