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 | December 6, 2019

The chief executive of Science Applications International Corp. said this week the company is seeing only minor effects from the continuing resolution in place.

The Insider | December 5, 2019

Early hypersonics efforts will likely "get necked down" into one or two production programs in future years, the chief financial officer of Lockheed Martin said today.

The Insider | December 4, 2019

AeroVironment's chief executive said this week the company has submitted its proposal for a three-year, sole-source contract for the Army's Lethal Miniature Aerial Missile System.

The Insider | December 4, 2019

A newly unsealed court filing by a former Navistar Defense employee alleges the company undertook a "pervasive and long-running scheme to charge the U.S. Government wildly inflated prices for components of Mine-Resistant, Ambush-Protected vehicles." (UPDATED)

The Insider | November 29, 2019

Dedrone has acquired a counter-drone technology and hired its lead developer in an effort to expand its portfolio.

The Insider | November 25, 2019

The Pentagon is supporting a Government Accountability Office recommendation that it evaluate risks created by contractor ownership as part of its department-wide fraud risk assessment, according to a new report.

The Insider | November 25, 2019

The Defense Department is planning a Dec. 20 public meeting on amending defense acquisition regulations related to technical data and computer software, according to a Federal Register notice.

The Insider | November 21, 2019

CLARKSBURG, MD -- While the military previously wanted to purchase integrated autonomous vehicles from a single vendor, it's now more willing to work with separate vehicle builders and autonomy vendors, according to the president of Robotic Research.

The Insider | November 21, 2019

AeroVironment said today it has reached a settlement with the State Department over alleged export violations made several years ago.

The Insider | November 20, 2019

The Pentagon last week hosted its first Trusted Capital event, focused on drones, at Texas A&M University, according to a top DOD official.

The Insider | November 20, 2019

Accenture said today it has appointed Vince Vlasho defense portfolio lead at Accenture Federal Services.

The Insider | November 20, 2019

Leidos said this week it has named Sanjay Parthasarathy vice president for business development and strategy in its defense group's logistics and mission support operation.

Daily News | November 19, 2019

Leidos' intelligence group, split from its defense group early this year, is now seeing growth and finding new ways to incorporate technology, according to its chief.

The Insider | November 19, 2019

A June memo setting new requirements for TransDigm Group hasn't taken a significant toll on the company's Pentagon work, executives said today.

Daily News | November 18, 2019

When the Pentagon's top negotiator told a public meeting last year that a controversial proposal to change the way the Defense Department paid contractors had been approved at the highest levels, the defense industry was worried.

The Insider | November 15, 2019

Today’s INSIDER Daily Digest includes news on a DOD team created to assess a Lockheed Martin F-35 proposal, an Air Force experiment and a recommendation from the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission.

The Insider | November 15, 2019

Perspecta said today it is breaking ground on a new facility in Meridian, ID, that will be used by more than 500 employees.

The Insider | November 14, 2019

In today’s INSIDER Daily Digest, we have the latest on the battle over the defense policy bill, new developments in the F-35 program and remarks from the Navy chief information officer.

The Insider | November 14, 2019

Following its protest of a major cloud services contract, Perspecta is now expecting the government to take corrective action, according to its chief executive.

The Insider | November 14, 2019

Navistar Defense said today its board has appointed Ted Wright chief executive officer.

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