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 | March 05, 2018

The defense industry is seeing additional consolidation, which Lockheed Martin is monitoring, the company's chief executive said today.

Daily News | March 05, 2018

Reforming regulations and the acquisition process will be two areas of policy focus for Lockheed Martin in 2018, according to the company's chief executive.

Daily News | March 02, 2018

The head of Forcepoint's global governments unit is seeking to grow the company's longstanding work in cross-domain and insider threat work, while also building its more traditional cybersecurity business in critical networks and other areas.

The Insider | March 01, 2018

Vectrus said today its 2017 sales reached $1.1 billion, down about 6 percent from the prior year.

The Insider | March 01, 2018

Engility said today Lynn Dugle, the company's chief executive, has been elected chairwoman of its board of directors.

The Insider | March 01, 2018

L3 Technologies said this week it has acquired a minority stake in nanotechnology firm Peak Nano Optics.

Daily News | March 01, 2018

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions said Wednesday it has agreed to sell its public safety and security system integration business for $69 million to Securitas Electronic Security.

The Insider | February 28, 2018

BWX Technologies, which builds the nuclear reactors used on Navy aircraft carriers and submarines, said this week sales in 2017 reached nearly $1.7 billion, up about 9 percent from 2016.

The Insider | February 26, 2018

A top Pentagon industrial base policy official confirmed today the Defense Department will be reviewing General Dynamics' proposed deal to acquire CSRA.

Daily News | February 26, 2018

The task force leading a new defense industrial base review recently held an "interim readout" of the effort's initial findings, according to the principal deputy director of the Pentagon's manufacturing and industrial base policy shop.

Daily News | February 23, 2018

KBR said today it has agreed to buy Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, better known as SGT, for $355 million as it increasingly moves into the government services market.

The Insider | February 22, 2018

Cubic said today it has acquired Silicon Valley-based MotionDSP, which provides advanced image processing software.

The Insider | February 22, 2018

Aerojet Rocketdyne said this week sales in 2017 were just shy of $1.9 billion, up almost 7 percent from 2016.

The Insider | February 22, 2018

Leidos said today sales in 2017 hit $10.2 billion, up about 44 percent from $7 billion in 2016.

The Insider | February 21, 2018

ManTech International said today sales in 2017 reached $1.7 billion, up about 7 percent from 2016.

The Insider | February 21, 2018

Acquiring CSRA will help General Dynamics better compete in the consolidating IT services market, GD's chief financial officer said today.

The Insider | February 21, 2018

Huntington Ingalls said today Michael Smith, executive vice president for strategy and development, is moving to the company's technical solutions division to oversee the SN3 business, effective immediately.

The Insider | February 21, 2018

Curtiss-Wright said today it has agreed to acquire the assets of Dresser-Rand's government business for $213 million in cash.

The Insider | February 21, 2018

Leidos said today John Jumper, the contractor's former chief executive, will leave its board of directors at the end of his term.

The Insider | February 16, 2018

Serco said this week Pamela Drew, a veteran government contracting executive, has been appointed to the board of its U.S. business.

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