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New MIL Corporation Sr. VP Hired to Guide Expanding Organization

Experienced executive aims to ramp up defense services

LEXINGTON PARK, Md., Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With a new year comes a new strategic force at The MIL Corporation (MIL), a government contractor with a strong defense presence in Southern Md. Having undergone a recent organizational shift to accommodate growing business sectors, MIL has added William (Bill) Dunkin to its executive team as the Senior Vice President of the Engineering and Technical Services Business Sector. His addition aims to aid in the company's expanding defense-related sector.

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Dunkin, a prior Department of Defense (DoD) Acquisition Professional (DAWIA Level III) with a background in executive management, engineering and business development, will bring a wealth of knowledge in the defense arena.  In addition to being a retired Navy Captain, his work history involves multiple positions that aided in business development between NAVAIR organizations and DoD contractors, as well as demonstrated engineering and management expertise.  While working for NAVAIR, Mr. Dunkin served as a Deputy Program Executive Officer (Operations and Acquisition), Program Manager, Chief Engineer, and in various military operational and acquisitions positions.

"Bill's addition to the team will not only give us more strategic direction, but a fresh perspective on our organization, which is always continuing to grow," said Chief Operating Officer, Ed Greer. "Having another leader who will guide the day-to-day operations of the Engineering and Technical Services Business Sector will give us a new eye on how to tweak our services so that they meet the ever-changing needs of our customers, especially those on the defense side."

Reaching the employment of nearly 600 individuals in 2013, MIL chose to reevaluate its service areas and identified a need to realign. Selected to complement its core competencies, the organization carved out six new business sectors: C4 Integrated Systems; Engineering and Technical Services; Cybersecurity; Financial and Administrative Systems; Global Financial Services; and Information Technology. 

Dunkin will be responsible for leading teams on a daily basis in order to cultivate relationships with senior clients as well as representing MIL across the organization and marketplace.

"I look forward to remaining in the PAX community and continuing to grow relationships in the defense market," said Dunkin. "Having started out in the Navy back in the 70's, my ties to this field are strong and I am excited about the new position I am taking at MIL."

Dunkin holds a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School, as well as a Management Certificate in Program Management from the Defense Systems Management College.  His experience also includes serving as managing director and sitting on the board of a virtual company (joint venture), as well as sitting on the boards of several non-profit organizations. He currently resides in Tall Timbers, Md.

About MIL
The MIL Corporation (MIL), a CMMI® Level 3 certified company established in 1980, provides agencies of the Federal government with outstanding professional services in the areas of financial management, information technology, cybersecurity, and engineering. With a staff of nearly 600 professionals, MIL provides innovative solutions to federal government customers, including the U.S. Departments of the Navy, Commerce, State, and Transportation. MIL continuously seeks to provide solutions that fit the vision, requirements, and resources of our valued customers. For more information, please visit: http://www.milcorp.com.

SOURCE The MIL Corporation

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