Marjorie Censer

Marjorie Censer is Inside Defense's editor. She previously worked at the Washington Post and its local business publication Capital Business, covering defense industry reshaping, the increased scrutiny of contractors following the Edward Snowden case and the challenges of canceling military programs. From 2007 to 2010, she was managing editor of Inside the Army. She also previously worked as defense editor at POLITICO and as a staff writer at the Carroll County Times and the Princeton Packet. A Fairfax native, she graduated from Princeton University.

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The Insider | January 21, 2020

CAE said this week it has named former Raytheon executive Todd Probert group president for defense and security, effective Jan. 27.

The Insider | January 21, 2020

Boeing said it has hired retired Air Force Lt. Gens. Samuel Cox, Samuel Greaves and Steven Shepro.

Daily News | January 21, 2020

One of the Pentagon's top acquisition officials told Inside Defense this month he sees the Pentagon's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program as critical -- despite industry's complaints.

The Insider | January 20, 2020

BAE Systems said today it has reached agreements to acquire Collins Aerospace's military GPS business and Raytheon's airborne tactical radio business, both of which it said are being sold in connection with the planned merger between Raytheon and United Technologies.

The Insider | January 17, 2020

Booz Allen Hamilton said today Judi Dotson will lead the company's national security business, effective April 1.

The Insider | January 14, 2020

1901 Group said today it has named George Batsakis chief strategy officer.

The Insider | January 10, 2020

Oshkosh said today David Sagehorn, the company’s chief financial officer for the last 12 years, will retire, effective April 3.

The Insider | January 10, 2020

BWX Technologies said this week it has named Rick Loving chief administrative officer.

Daily News | January 10, 2020

The Professional Services Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are seeking to bolster a case filed by Boeing over markings intended to protect the company's technical data.

The Insider | January 9, 2020

Lockheed Martin has named Steven Walker, the former director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, chief technology officer.

The Insider | January 6, 2020

CACI International said today it has named retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Nagata a corporate strategic adviser and senior vice president.

The Insider | January 6, 2020

There are few events as Washington gets back to work after the holidays, but two military officials will speak at events Friday.

The Insider | January 3, 2020

S&P Global Ratings said today it has lowered the credit rating of Constellis Holdings after the company "failed to make a mandatory principal payment on its $872 million first-lien term loan."

The Insider | January 2, 2020

SOS International has named James Graybeal, the executive for reform outreach at the cost assessment and program evaluation directorate, vice president for public affairs and government relations.

Daily News | January 2, 2020

Defense industry advocates say they expect a busy year as the Pentagon takes up new measures, such as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification. However, the coming election could add some uncertainty.

The Insider | December 30, 2019

Today’s Monday INSIDER Daily Digest includes coverage of the Pentagon’s Protecting Critical Technology Task Force as well as the latest on new requirements related to DOD services contracting.

The Insider | December 30, 2019

Maxar Technologies said today it has agreed to sell MDA to a consortium led by Northern Private Capital for $765 million.

The Insider | December 23, 2019

Northrop Grumman said earlier this month it has named Lesley Kalan chief strategy and development officer, effective Jan. 1.

The Insider | December 23, 2019

Boeing said today Dennis Muilenburg, its chief executive, has resigned.

Daily News | December 23, 2019

The chief executive of Huntington Ingalls Industries said he's pleased with the company's progress in winning unmanned work, but said the market is still in development.

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