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In 2012 Infinity was selected as one of the outstanding small businesses in the US Small Business Administration’s Region VIII.
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Infinity now offers customers use of a General Services Administration (GSA) contract for engineering services. For details and additional business discussions with Infinity, contact Brad Michelson at (719) 548-9712 x303.
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Infinity Systems Engineering, LLC (Infinity) is a successful small business with extensive experience in space systems and associated ground systems. Founded in 1996 by Mr. Andreas “Andy” Wilfong, with corporate headquarters in Colorado Springs, CO, Infinity provides advisory, engineering, intelligence and information technology services for the Government sector. No matter the system, Infinity's personnel easily adapt to the needs of the customer. With proven experience on a wide range of DoD space systems over the past 18 years, Infinity is your solution for satellite operations, system development, training, and intelligence expertise.

From our start in Colorado Springs, we have expanded to support multiple locations throughout the United States and worldwide deployment. Our services and domains have also expanded to cover space systems from inception to operations and maintenance, as well as support to intelligence and warfighter needs.

Infinity's capabilities range across seven service areas and eight domains :
  • Systems Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Test Engineering
  • Operations & Maintenance
  • Advisory & Assistance
  • Training
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Ground Systems
  • Space Systems
  • Ground-Space Integration
  • Command & Control
  • Satellite Operations
  • Information Technology
  • Financial Management
  • Logistics
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Infinity awarded subcontract on Raytheon’s Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) Common Ground System (CGS) Contract
Infinity has received a new subcontract with Raytheon to provide engineering support on the JPSS CGS. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) are jointly acquiring the next-generation civilian weather and environmental satellite system: the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS). The ground processing system for JPSS is known as the JPSS Common Ground System (JPSS CGS), and consists of a Command, Control, and Communications Segment (C3S) and an Interface Data Processing Segment (IDPS).
Infinity awarded subcontract on Lockheed Martin’s GPS Sustainment Contract
Infinity has received a new subcontract with Lockheed Martin to support the sustainment of the GPS Control (Ground) Segment.
Infinity wins subcontracting role on Lockheed Martin’s Civil Space Contract
Infinity has won a subcontracting role within Lockheed Martin’s Civil Space operations. This IDIQ subcontract will allow Infinity to contribute to all Civil Space program efforts by providing support including, but not limited to, trade studies, analyses, requirements definition, design, software, testing, safety and mission assurance, operations and supporting data. Infinity will leverage our vast systems engineering, integration, and test experience for this new program.
Infinity recognized for company growth
Infinity wins Growth Company of the Year from the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance. This award was based on significant impacts to the local economy, considerable increase in staff/revenues, and extraordinary customer satisfaction.
Infinity wins subcontracting role on Northrop Grumman’s EPS CAPS Contract
Infinity has won a subcontracting role with Northrop Grumman and will be supporting the training development and system transition for the EPS CAPS program. Enhanced Polar System (EPS) represents an evolution of requirements for protected extremely high frequency (EHF) satellite communications in the North Polar Region. Control and Planning Segment (CAPS) is the primary means for commanding and receiving telemetry for the EPS payloads.
Infinity hosts 5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project
Infinity Systems Engineering hosted their Annual Charity Golf Tournament at The Club At Flying Horse on 12 Aug 2013. Infinity would like to thank all sponsors, contributors, and participants for another successful event. This annual golf tournament has raised over $120,000 to date for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Infinity listed in the Inc 5000 companies for 2013
Infinity has been listed in the 2013 version of Inc. 5000 companies. Inc. 5000 ranks the fastest growing companies in America, based on revenue growth over the past 3 years. This is the sixth consecutive year that Infinity has made the list.
Infinity recognized for outstanding engineering support
Infinity was recognized by Lockheed Martin for outstanding engineering support to the Global Positioning System (GPS) III program. Cited support was a long list of our value-added roles across the team, including systems engineering, hosted payload integration, interface coordination, test methodology, and launch readiness.
Infinity wins subcontracting role on Navy’s Emerging Navigation Contract
Infinity has won a subcontracting role with Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services on the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Emerging Navigation Technologies for Applicability to Air and Shipboard C4ISR System Applications (Emerging Nav) contract vehicle to provide systems engineering, integration, systems analysis, research, development, testing and implementation directly related to emerging Navigation and C4ISR systems.
Infinity wins Prime contract with AF/SMC (SLISS)
Infinity has been awarded a new 5-year Prime contract today to support the Space Logistics (SL) Directorate of the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC). The Space Logistics Directorate Infrastructure Support Services (SLISS) contract is initially valued near $40M and we have three new teammates. Through this contract, Infinity will provide the SMC/SL and related space organizations with the capability to execute effective support and responsive acquisition management in the areas of: Information Technology/Communication Systems Management Support, Office Administration Facilities Support and Engineering, Facilities Management Support, Financial Management for Weapons Systems Support, Human Resources Management Support, Program Management Support, Schriever Air Force Base (SAFB) Facilities Support, and SAFB Administrative Support
Infinity wins subcontracting role on EAGLE II Contract
Infinity has won a subcontracting role with Gnostech on the Department of Homeland Security’s Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) contract vehicle and within Functional Category 3 to provide independent test, validation, verification and evaluation (IV&V) services.