MIL Corp., which currently has two business sectors -- defense and non-defense federal government -- will restructure to six to better reflect its expertise: Financial and Administrative Systems Sector; Global Financial Services Sector; Information Technology Services Sector; The Command, Control, Communications, Computers (C4) Integrated Systems Sector; Engineering and Technical Services Sector, and its recently formed new Cybersecurity Sector.
"Our teams will continue to provide the professional services, information technology, engineering, and technical services that The MIL Corp. has successfully provided to our federal clients over the past 30 years," said Maurice I. Long Jr., company president and chief executive officer.
The Financial and Administrative Systems Sector aligns several previously independent teams and will be focused on providing the federal government with expert and cost-effective financial management services.
The Global Financial Services Sector, with expertise in financial software development, services and systems support, and management programs will offer financial and IT support to a global client base.
The Information Technology Services Sector is a step forward in providing a full spectrum of IT lifecycle services, while the C4I sector will offer project management, engineering, production, integration, fielding, and technical management support services for C4 communications-electronic systems, sub-systems, and equipment.
The MIL Corp. said its new Cybersecurity Sector will develop, test and provide technologies to protect their critical data and infrastructure.
It was not immediately clear when the reorganization plan would be completed.
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