Marjorie Censer

Marjorie Censer was Inside Defense's editor until July 2021. 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.

Archived Articles
The Insider | June 23, 2021

Lockheed Martin said this week it has named Kevin Smith vice president of the F-22 program, succeeding OJ Sanchez, who has been named general manager of the integrated fighter group.

The Insider | June 22, 2021

George Mason University's Center for Government Contracting is set to conduct four studies related to the Pentagon's effort to evaluate finance and pricing.

The Insider | June 21, 2021

JHNA, which specializes in digital engineering for defense and federal agencies, earlier this month made its first acquisition, picking up security engineering services company Technology Security Associates.

The Insider | June 17, 2021

Veeam Software, which specializes in data protection, said this week it has established a federal government-focused subsidiary that will be led by a former National Security Council official.

The Insider | June 17, 2021

Defense and aerospace electronics company CAES said today former Defense Secretary Mark Esper has joined its board of directors.

The Insider | June 16, 2021

SOS International said today it has named Neil Wiley senior adviser for intelligence programs as part of an effort to expand the company's intelligence work.

The Insider | June 15, 2021

Huntington Ingalls Industries said today it has named Ashutosh Gokhale chief financial officer for its technical solutions division.

The Insider | June 15, 2021

AeroVironment said today it has relocated its corporate headquarters from Simi Valley, CA to Arlington, VA.

The Insider | June 14, 2021

Fincantieri Marinette Marne said this month it has named Mark Vandroff the company's new chief executive, effective July 7.

Daily News | June 14, 2021

The National Defense Industrial Association, in its latest survey of the defense industrial base, found that nearly 32% of defense contractors do not expect their businesses to return to a normal level of operations for more than six months.

The Insider | June 11, 2021

Parsons said this week it has agreed to acquire BlackHorse Solutions in a deal worth $203 million.

Daily News | June 11, 2021

The Pentagon last month proposed amending defense federal acquisition regulations to enhance contractors' post-award debriefing rights, a move welcomed by contractors.

The Insider | June 10, 2021

The chief financial officer of Lockheed Martin said this week the company benefited from congressional additions to the fiscal year 2021 budget and will be watching the FY-22 process.

The Insider | June 4, 2021

The chief executive of Science Applications International Corp. said this week the company is "optimistic" about a return to normalcy as the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be subsiding.

Daily News | June 3, 2021

The chief executives of some of the largest defense contractors said this week they are optimistic about the Pentagon budget request issued last week -- but cautioned the numbers are likely to change.

The Insider | June 2, 2021

Alion's live, virtual and constructive training business, which became one of three Alion groups during a recent reorganization, now has about 900 employees, according to the group's chief.

The Insider | May 28, 2021

Artificial intelligence software company C3 AI said this week it has named retired Army Lt. Gen. Ed Cardon chair of its federal systems group.

The Insider | May 28, 2021

The Biden administration said today the president intends to nominate Kathleen Miller to serve as deputy comptroller.

The Insider | May 27, 2021

Navistar Defense has agreed to pay $50 million "to resolve allegations that it fraudulently induced the U.S. Marine Corps to enter into a contract modification at inflated prices for a suspension system" for Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, according to the Justice Department. (UPDATED)

The Insider | May 27, 2021

Cloud and C5ISR company Smartronix this month acquired C2S Consulting in an effort to expand its work with intelligence agencies and the Department of Homeland Security.

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