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 | June 19, 2018

BAE Systems' U.S. business is spending on its ship repair, electronic warfare and combat vehicles facilities to prepare for an anticipated increase in Pentagon buying, the business' chief executive said today.

Daily News | June 19, 2018

IT services contractor NCI is today launching an artificial intelligence technology meant to help the government address mundane and repetitive tasks, from data entry to service desk support.

The Insider | June 14, 2018

Aerospace and defense systems company VStar Systems said this week it has opened a corporate office in San Diego.

Daily News | June 13, 2018

The Pentagon is seeking to bolster its DIBNow system, a business intelligence and analytics capability focused on the industrial base, according to the head of the Defense Department's manufacturing and industrial base policy shop.

The Insider | June 12, 2018

Science Applications International Corp. said today sales in its most recent quarter reached nearly $1.2 billion, up 7 percent from the same three-month period a year earlier.

Daily News | June 12, 2018

The Defense Contract Audit Agency in its annual report states it has reduced the backlog of incurred cost audits to an average age of 14 months and is set to clear the backlog this fiscal year.

The Insider | June 12, 2018

ManTech International said today it has named Matt Tait president of its mission solutions and services group, effective July 1.

The Insider | June 11, 2018

MAG Aerospace announced this month it has teamed up with private-equity firm New Mountain Capital as it pursues growth.

The Insider | June 08, 2018

SOS International said this week it has named John Johns vice president for business development.

Daily News | June 07, 2018

The Federal Trade Commission said this week it is imposing conditions on Northrop Grumman to ensure continued competition in the missile systems market following Northrop's acquisition of Orbital ATK.

The Insider | June 07, 2018

S&P Global Ratings said today it has lowered its long-term corporate credit rating on Northrop Grumman, arguing the contractor's acquisition of Orbital ATK has significantly deteriorated its credit metrics.

The Insider | June 07, 2018

The MITRE Corp. this week named Jim Cook vice president for strategic engagements and partnerships.

The Insider | June 07, 2018

Capgemini said today it has agreed to acquire Leidos Cyber, the contractor's commercial cybersecurity arm.

Daily News | June 06, 2018

Lockheed Martin Ventures, the venture capital arm of Lockheed Martin that was rebooted two years ago, is set to receive another $100 million in funding following the new tax law, the company said today.

The Insider | June 06, 2018

The defense and intelligence market could be upended by non-traditional new participants, two chief executives said during a panel this week.

The Insider | June 06, 2018

LMI said today it has named Bettina Garcia Welsh its chief financial officer.

The Insider | June 05, 2018

Northrop Grumman said today the Federal Trade Commission has cleared its proposed acquisition of Orbital ATK. 

Daily News | June 04, 2018

Parsons last month picked up Polaris Alpha, a significant step in its effort to accelerate the growth of its federal business.

The Insider | June 04, 2018

Israel Aerospace Industries said today it has named Swami Iyer chief executive of its U.S. subsidiary, known as IAI North America.

The Insider | June 04, 2018

AeroVironment said today it has agreed to sell its efficient energy systems business segment to Webasto Group for $35 million.

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