Marjorie Censer

Marjorie Censer was Inside Defense's editor until July 2021. 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 | July 15, 2021

Red 6, a training technology company, said this week it has relocated its headquarters from Santa Monica, CA to Miami and opened a new technology hub in Orlando, FL.

The Insider | July 15, 2021

Momentus, a commercial space company, said this week it has named former Pentagon official John Rood chief executive, effective Aug. 1.

The Insider | July 14, 2021

Intrepid, an intelligence agency contractor backed by private-equity firm Bluestone Investment Partners, said today it has acquired Darkblade Systems.

The Insider | July 14, 2021

Booz Allen Hamilton said today it has named Matt Tarascio senior vice president in its strategic innovation group, leading the company's Pentagon analytics and artificial intelligence business.

The Insider | July 13, 2021

Science Applications International Corp. said today it has formed a strategic advisory board "who will bring comprehensive expertise from both industry and the public sector and provide advice and guidance to facilitate growth and innovation at SAIC."

The Insider | July 13, 2021

Booz Allen Hamilton said Monday it has invested in artificial intelligence and machine learning company Latent AI, marking the contractor's first tech scouting investment.

The Insider | July 12, 2021

Peraton said today it has hired Rebecca McHale, the chief information officer at Booz Allen Hamilton, to serve as its CIO.

The Insider | July 9, 2021

Will Roper, the former Air Force acquisition chief who is now chief executive of commercial drone company Volansi, told Inside Defense working with the military is a way for the company to advance its technology.

The Insider | July 8, 2021

Commercial drone company Volansi said today it has named former Air Force acquisition chief Will Roper chief executive.

The Insider | July 7, 2021

KBR said today it has named retired Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart to its board of directors.

Daily News | July 6, 2021

Huntington Ingalls Industries said this morning it has agreed to acquire Alion Science and Technology for $1.65 billion, significantly growing HII's technical solutions division.

The Insider | July 6, 2021

SOS International said today it has hired Michael Garson as general counsel and Kimberly Parker as vice president for contracts.

The Insider | July 1, 2021

Leidos said today it has named Paul Engola, its chief human resources officer, to serve as executive vice president for national security space, effective July 5.

The Insider | July 1, 2021

Science Applications International Corp. said today it has named Stephen Ambrose to the newly created role of chief climate scientist.

The Insider | July 1, 2021

Boeing said today it has named Brian West chief financial officer, effective Aug. 27.

The Insider | July 1, 2021

Private-equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners said this week it has teamed with the former chief executive of LGS Innovations as well as other former LGS executives to create MissionX, tasked with investing in differentiated national security technology companies.

The Insider | June 30, 2021

The new chief executive of L3Harris Technologies will seek to broaden the contractor's international work, the company said today.

The Insider | June 29, 2021

L3Harris Technologies said today Chris Kubasik has succeeded Bill Brown as chief executive.

The Insider | June 24, 2021

The chief executive of Northrop Grumman this week said she sees government efforts to increase semiconductor manufacturing in the United States as a key step forward.

The Insider | June 24, 2021

PAE said today retired Army Maj. Gen. Charles Anderson has resigned as president of its global mission services business unit, according to a new Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

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