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.

The Insider | April 27, 2017

SwitchPitch, a platform that connects big companies with startups, will host an event geared to the space industry next month.

The Insider | April 27, 2017

Accenture Federal Services said today retired Army Lt. Gen. Mary Legere has joined as managing director of its national and defense intelligence business.

Daily News | April 27, 2017

Defense contractors Raytheon and L3 Technologies on Thursday reported their sales improved in the most recent quarter.

The Insider | April 26, 2017

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said today Robert Soofer has been selected to serve as deputy assistant secretary of defense for nuclear and missile defense policy.

The Insider | April 26, 2017

Cubic Global Defense said today it has named Diane Giuliani, a former Textron executive, senior vice president of global business development and strategy.

Daily News | April 26, 2017

Executives from some of the largest defense contractors on April 26 reported bolstered profits in the most recent quarter and struck an upbeat tone about U.S. defense spending, though one executive said the increase will likely be modest.

Daily News | April 25, 2017

The world's largest defense contractor said April 25 that while sales grew in the company's most recent quarter, profit declined because of several charges.

The Insider | April 24, 2017

The White House today said President Trump intends to nominate Kari Bingen to serve as principal deputy under secretary of defense for intelligence.

The Insider | April 24, 2017

Today's INSIDER daily digest takes a look at the Pentagon's preparations as Congress seeks to avert a government shutdown as well as the latest on Compass Call fielding.

The Insider | April 24, 2017

Aerojet Rocketdyne said today it has named Mohammed Khan senior vice president of its new defense business unit.

The Insider | April 24, 2017

Congress is back in session this week, and some of the largest defense contractors will be reporting quarterly earnings.

The Insider | April 21, 2017

The MITRE Corp. has named former Air Force acquisition executive Bill LaPlante general manager of the firm's Center for National Security, which includes two of the company's federally funded research and development centers.

The Insider | April 21, 2017

The Government Accountability Office has denied and dismissed a protest filed by Fluor Federal Solutions against the terms of a Navy request for proposals.

The Insider | April 21, 2017

Rockwell Collins said today its government systems business saw sales in the most recent quarter reach $565 million, up about 5 percent from the same three-month period a year earlier.

Daily News | April 20, 2017

Citing increased threats, the Defense Security Service, the Pentagon agency tasked with overseeing contractor facilities and protecting classified information, is shifting away from "schedule-driven compliance" and refocusing on "an intelligence-led, asset-focused and threat-driven approach to industrial security oversight."

The Insider | April 19, 2017

Textron Systems reported today that sales increased $92 million in its most recent quarter to reach $416 million.

The Insider | April 19, 2017

The Professional Services Council today said it has named Bill Greenwalt senior advisor for research and defense.

The Insider | April 18, 2017

Galois, a research and development firm based in Portland, OR, said earlier this month it has signed a lease for a new office in Dayton, OH.

The Insider | April 17, 2017

Aerojet Rocketdyne said earlier this month it is preparing for the second phase of its "competitive improvement program," which will consolidate additional company facilities.

The Insider | April 10, 2017

With Congress out on Easter break this week, some lawmakers are visiting defense contractors in their districts, and the Air Force Association is hosting a few breakfasts with senior service officials.

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