Maurice I. Long, Jr. established The MIL Corporation (MIL) in 1980. Today, Mr. Long serves as MIL’s President and CEO and is responsible for the overall strategy and vision for the corporation. Mr. Long’s distinguished leadership record includes positions as Vice President at The Orkand Corporation, Macro Systems, Inc., the Federal Reserve System, and the U.S. Army Personnel Command. He holds a B.S. in Information Systems Management from the University of Maryland, and an M.S. in Management and Computer Systems from The American University. Mr. Long divides his time between the MIL Service Center in Bowie and our Lexington Park office, which supports the U.S. Navy at Pax River.
In addition to his nearly 40 years of business experience, Mr. Long has been actively involved in numerous community organizations serving as President of the Southern Maryland Navy Alliance, Chairman of St. Mary’s Ryken Board of Directors, and Chairman of the Workforce Investment Board. Mr. Long also oversees the MIL CARES program that coordinates dozens of community service and charitable events sponsored by The MIL Corporation.
Serving as COO of MIL's Federal Civilian Business Unit, Marisa Daley oversees MIL’s ongoing business operations and procedures. Ms. Daley guides organizational and business strategy across all leadership teams as well as the human resources department, ensuring a unified corporate structure. Prior to joining MIL, Ms. Daley served as the president and founder of HPT Advisory Services, an economically disadvantaged woman owned small business. Ms. Daley founded HPT after relocating to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area from Atlanta, Ga. where she led PwC's public sector predominantly supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ms. Daley holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Loyola University in Maryland and obtained her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute. She also serves on the board of directors for Spark Ventures, a non-profit organization.
As COO of the Defense Business Unit, Ed Greer utilizes his expertise in both federal and business operations to support our executive leadership team, guiding business strategy and objectives for MIL’s defense operations and contracts. In his capacity as COO, Mr. Greer is responsible for the day-to-day operating activities that encompass our defense business, including revenue and sales growth. Mr. Greer also works to establish performance goals, allocate resources, and assess policies for senior management.
Prior to coming to MIL, he served as the first ever deputy assistant secretary for Development Test and Evaluation (DT&E). In this capacity, he was responsible for shaping DT&E policy and under the Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act of 2009, he guided the acquisition of major Department of Defense (DoD) weapon systems. Prior to his political appointment in 2002, Mr. Greer served as the Deputy Assistant Commander for Test and Evaluation, Naval Air Systems Command, and Executive Director, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD), Patuxent River, MD. In 2013, Mr. Greer was awarded The National Defense Industrial Association’s (NDIA) 2013 Walter W. Hollis Award for Lifetime Achievement in Defense Test and Evaluation.
Having previously served as the president of the Southern Maryland Chapter of the International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA), Mr. Greer is now an active member of the ITEA National Board of Directors. Additionally, he is the NDIA 2013 recipient of the Walter W. Hollis Award for Lifetime Achievement in DT&E. Mr. Greer earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, received a Master of Science Degree in Management from the Florida Institute of Technology, and is a graduate of the Defense Systems Management College and of the Senior Executive Management Development Program
As Vice President of Administration, Joel Melville is responsible for facilities management, as well as managing security and IT services at the corporate office. Mr. Melville utilizes his expertise in financial reporting and strategic management to ensure all corporate departments are running efficiently and effectively. In previous positions at MIL, Mr. Melville supported the organization as a financial analyst and accountant. Additionally, Mr. Melville proudly served in Army National Guard for six years during his tenure at MIL. Prior to joining MIL in 2011, Mr. Melville served as an auditor at RSM McGladrey in Stamford, CT, where he worked on a variety of financial audits and consulting engagements.
Mr. Melville holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Pace University and earned his MBA from Bowie State University.