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 | 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.

The Insider | February 16, 2018

Two private-equity firms this week announced new deals in the government contracting market.

The Insider | February 15, 2018

Huntington Ingalls said today sales in 2017 reached $7.4 billion, up about 5 percent from a year earlier.

The Insider | February 14, 2018

The Government Accountability Office has upheld a protest filed by BAE Systems over an Army intelligence support services task order.

Daily News | February 14, 2018

L3 Technologies was one of the first to sell off its services business, spinning off what's now Engility in 2012. Lockheed Martin followed suit in 2016, divesting its information systems and global solutions unit.

The Insider | February 13, 2018

Management consulting firm Deep Water Point said today it has hired retired Army Maj. Gen. Dennis Moran as a Defense Department subject matter expert.

The Insider | February 12, 2018

Northrop Grumman said Monday the European Commission has notified it that it has approved the contractor's planned acquisition of Orbital ATK.

The Insider | February 12, 2018

President Trump today said the military is getting a significant budget boost -- but that he expects the Pentagon to be able to buy more for less.

Daily News | February 12, 2018

General Dynamics announced today it plans to acquire CSRA in a deal valued at $9.6 billion.

Daily News | February 09, 2018

The new tax legislation passed late last year has been hailed by many business executives, who argue the changes will help them invest in their workers and new technology.

The Insider | February 09, 2018

Bruce Tanner, Lockheed's chief financial officer, said this week Sikorsky's sales, particularly in commercial, are lower than expected.

The Insider | February 08, 2018

Peraton said today David Myers, formerly chief executive of DataPath, will serve as president of its communications sector, starting Feb. 20.

The Insider | February 08, 2018

CSRA said this week sales during its most recent quarter reached $1.3 billion, up 7 percent from the same three-month period a year earlier.

Daily News | February 06, 2018

Industry groups are supporting a new rule intended to make commercial item determinations more consistent and bolster opportunities for nontraditional contractors.

The Insider | February 06, 2018

Forcepoint, Raytheon's cybersecurity business, said today it has named Eric Trexler vice president of sales for its global governments and critical infrastructure business.

The Insider | February 05, 2018

PAE announced late last week it has acquired Macfadden & Associates, which works on U.S. Agency for International Development humanitarian and disaster relief programs.

The Insider | February 05, 2018

Booz Allen Hamilton today said sales in its most recent quarter reached $1.5 billion, up nearly 7 percent from the same three-month period a year earlier.

Daily News | February 05, 2018

Nearly two years into her tenure as chief executive, Lynn Dugle is seeking new ways to differentiate Engility, looking to product toolkits to help the contractor stand out in competitive areas.

The Insider | February 01, 2018

The White House announced tonight President Trump intends to nominate John Whitley to serve as assistant secretary of the Army for financial management and comptroller.

The Insider | February 01, 2018

Rolls-Royce said this week Boeing executive Tom Bell will lead its defense business, starting this month.

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