Infinity has been awarded a new 5-year Prime United States Air Force (USAF) contract to support the Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) program of the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) and operated by the 50th Space Wing (50 SW) at Schriever AFB (SAFB). The $14M 4th Space Operations Squadron (4 SOPS) Mission Support (4MS) contract provides Milstar/Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) operational communications support, Cryptographic and Communications Security (Crypto/COMSEC) support for the Milstar/AEHF systems, Technical and Advanced Training Services, Protected Band Watch Officer (PBWO) support to worldwide Extremely High Frequency (EHF) users, and quick response services for 4 SOPS at SAFB, Colorado Springs, CO.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with Lockheed Martin on the Obscura, Mission Integration, and Network Support-2 (OMINS-2) program. Infinity's support will encompass a full complement of engineering and technical activities necessary to provide 22nd Space Operations Squadron (22 SOPS) with Satellite Operations Center (SOC)-to-Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN)-to-Satellite mission integration and troubleshooting support for new and existing satellite programs (for both internal and external users), multiple system modifications and upgrades, new and existing remote tracking stations (RTS), and operational complexes, orbital analysis support, as well as technical and management support for AFSCN Obscura, Transmit Inhibit Zones, and Network-common data.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with Sonalysts, Inc. on the Milstar / Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Standard Space Trainer (SST) program. Infinity will provide subject matter expertise and test support to develop the mission specific training system module for Milstar / AEHF operations. Work will be performed at Infinity’s Colorado Springs facilities and Schriever AFB.
Defense contractor Infinity Systems Engineering made the list for a ninth consecutive year, tying Intelligent Software Solutions for most appearances on the list by a local company. Infinity has made the list every year since 2008.
The Defense Security Service (DSS) presented the 2016 James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Award to Infinity Systems Engineering, LLC, on June 8, 2016. Forty-two facilities were selected for this award and were chosen from a population of 13,500 cleared facilities. The award criterion focuses on principles of industrial security excellence. This award demonstrates our continued company commitment to the protection of the U.S. warfighter and our Nation’s assets. Infinity Systems Engineering, LLC, was honored to receive this second James S. Cogswell Award, the first being awarded to our facility in June of 2008.
Infinity Systems Engineering will be hosting their Annual Charity Golf Tournament at The Country Club of Colorado on 15 Aug 2016 which will directly benefit Operation Homefront. This annual golf tournament has raised over $165,000 to date for military-focused charities.Visit the official event site to sign-up or for more information. Golf tournament registration is available through 11 Aug 2016.
Infinity was awarded a subcontracting role with Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company on the SBIRS GEO 5/6 program. Infinity will provide systems engineering analysis, documentation of requirements and interfaces, and model behavior to simulate the LM A2100 Tech Refresh satellite within the LM SCSim Software framework. Work will be performed at Lockheed Martin’s Colorado Springs facilities, as well as Peterson AFB, Schriever AFB, and Buckley AFB as required.
Infinity Systems Engineering has been awarded a new Prime contract to support the Global Positioning System (GPS) program sustainment organization of the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC). The GPS Engineering, Analysis & Remote Site Sustainment (GEARSS) contract provides organizational maintenance and operational support services to the operational unit that will include Remote Site Technicians (RST), Network Administrative Operators (NAO) and operations support to the GPS mission. The primary work location will be at Schriever Air Force Base and to the 2nd Space Operations Squadron (2 SOPS), with additional staff located across the globe at dedicated ground antennas located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) Florida, Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Ocean, Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, and Kwajalein Atoll in the Mid-Pacific Ocean.