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 | April 14, 2021

L3Harris Technologies and American Rheinmetall Vehicles said today they have signed a teaming agreement to jointly develop the Army's new Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, set to replace the Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle.

The Insider | April 13, 2021

Peraton said today it has named Bill Evanina, the former director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, to its advisory board.

The Insider | April 12, 2021

CACI International said today it has promoted Glenn Kurowski to chief technology officer.

The Insider | April 9, 2021

Raytheon Technologies said today it has named Neil Mitchill chief financial officer, succeeding Toby O’Brien who "has stepped down from his role as CFO."

The Insider | April 9, 2021

The White House on Monday will hold a virtual CEO Summit on semiconductor and supply chain resilience, according to a pool report.

The Insider | April 7, 2021

The chief executive of Raytheon Technologies said today he does not expect the defense budget to grow or decline, but there will be some shifted investments.

The Insider | April 5, 2021

MITRE today said it has named Keoki Jackson senior vice president and general manager of its national security sector.

The Insider | April 5, 2021

Lockheed Martin said today it has named Bridget Lauderdale, who leads its aeronautics unit's integrated fighter group, to serve as general manager of the F-35 Lightning II program, effective next week.

The Insider | April 5, 2021

Tyto Athene, owned by private-equity firm Arlington Capital Partners, said this month it has purchased AT&T Government Solutions, which includes AT&T's Defense Department IT professional services business.

The Insider | April 5, 2021

General Atomics said earlier this month it has acquired Commonwealth Computer Research, which specializes in software engineering and data analytics.

The Insider | April 1, 2021

Defense technology company Anduril Industries said today it has acquired Area-I, a Marietta, GA-based company focused on air-launched effects.

The Insider | March 31, 2021

One day after increasing its bid, ST Engineering said today it has terminated acquisition discussions with Cubic.

The Insider | March 30, 2021

Exiger, a compliance and risk management company, said this month it has named Ellen Lord strategic senior adviser and chair of its advisory board.

The Insider | March 30, 2021

ST Engineering said today it has increased its proposal to acquire Cubic to $78 per share in cash, up from $76 per share last week.

The Insider | March 26, 2021

Science Applications International Corp. reported this week the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic reduced sales in its most recent fiscal year by about $250 million.

The Insider | March 25, 2021

Redwire, a company formed by private-equity firm AE Industrial Partners last year, is now set to become a publicly traded company.

The Insider | March 24, 2021

Leonardo said today it will postpone the initial public offering of shares of U.S. subsidiary DRS.

The Insider | March 23, 2021

Ondas Networks has formed a strategic partnership with Rogue Industries, which specializes in getting emerging technologies to government, as it pursues more work with the Defense Department.

The Insider | March 23, 2021

Voyager Space Holdings said today it has appointed former Pentagon acquisition chief Ellen Lord to its board.

The Insider | March 23, 2021

Lockheed Martin said today it has entered into a strategic interest agreement with Washington, DC-based communications company Omnispace to "explore jointly developing 5G capability from space."

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