Infinity will be supporting Quantum Research and the Space Rapid Capabilities Office (SpRCO) / Ground Command, Control, and Communications (GC3) program to deliver the Nation’s premier satellite operations capability, maximizing automation, flexibility, and commonality while enabling continuous modernization. The Design Agent’s goal is deliver software and communications hardware services to enable command, control, and communications for selected USSF systems that meet or exceed user needs through continuous capability enhancements, minimal down time, prompt response to emerging needs, demonstrated reliability, and optimized performance with resource utilization minimized.
Infinity has opened a new office in Albuquerque as of March 8th, 2021, focusing on space projects in the local area. Infinity provides expertise in space operations and software, systems and test engineering. Several potential customers include the Space Rapid Capabilities Office (SpRCO), the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) at Kirtland Air Force Base.
The scope of this Wing Information and Communications Support(WICS-II) subcontract includes operations center support and organizational level maintenance for the Global Broadcast Service (GBS) Operation Center (GBSOC) and the associated Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) equipment; operations and organizational level maintenance support for the Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) facility on Schriever AFB. Additionally, the subcontract supports operation and maintenance of the US Space Force Enterprise Networks of Space Command Digital Integrated Network (SDIN) and Global Command and Control System (GCCS). This support also includes engineering support and overall network management to include Information Assurance and Cybersecurity.
Infinity continues its membership with the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC). SpEC provides rapid space technology innovations through its academic and commercial industry members. Established in 2017, SpEC is funded through what is known as Other Transaction Authority (OTA). The OTA process provides a flexible contracting mechanism to attract firms with innovative technological concepts, whether or not they have defense contracting expertise. The OTA process also is much faster than typical defense contracting, streamlining contracting award times significantly. In addition, Infinity’s membership includes Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) - DoD’s premier OTA contracting vehicle for next generation training, modeling, simulation, and readiness – and Strategic and Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted Systems (S2MARTS) – DoD’s premier rapid OT contracting vehicle for flexible acquisition in trusted microelectronics, strategic & spectrum mission, and other critical mission areas.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with L3Harris on their Combat Mission Systems Support (CMSS) program. Our staff will help support the sustainment of the Space and Missile Systems Center portfolio of ground-based electronic warfare systems. Work will be performed in Colorado Springs, CO.
Infinity (through its Infinity Integrated Solutions JV) will be supporting the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific (NCTAMS PAC) and Naval Radio Transmitter Facility (NRTF) Dixon, which is the primary Navy High Frequency Global Communications System (HFGCS) transmitter facility for the West Coast. The contract includes the operation and maintenance of 24 SCOPE/ HFGCS transmitters, two standby AN/FRT-72C LF transmitters, two 600 foot tall LF antennas , High Frequency (HF) antennas, supporting structures, emergency power, ancillary equipment, facilities, inner compound security fencing and grounds maintenance. The USAF High Frequency Global Communications System is a worldwide network of 15 HF sites providing command and control communications between ground agencies and US military aircraft and ships. In addition, we have a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) with IUOE Stationary Engineers, Local 39.
Infinity Systems Engineering has been awarded Pro Patria and Patriot awards by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). ESGR’s Pro Patria Award is presented annually by each ESGR State Committee to one small, one large, and one public sector employer in their state or territory. Recipients have demonstrated the greatest support to Guard and Reserve employees through their leadership and practices, including adopting personnel policies that make it easier for employees to participate in the National Guard and Reserve. This is the highest level award that may be bestowed by an ESGR State Committee. This marks the third time since 2010 that Infinity has received the Pro Patria award.In addition, Drew Schafer was also awarded the Patriot Award, which is awarded to individual supervisors. Mr. Schafer’s award reflects the efforts made to support citizen warriors through a wide-range of measures including flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families, and granting leaves of absence as needed.ESGR, a Department of Defense program, was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitment.
Infinity will continue its engineering support providing protected MILSATCOM user experiences specific to day-to-day operations in the 4th Space Operations Squadron (4 SOPS) at Schriever Air Force Base through the Enhanced Polar System (EPS) Control and Planning Segment (CAPS) Sustainment (ECS) contract. The ECS effort includes software maintenance, baseline configuration and data management, regression testing and evaluation for all baseline upgrades, cybersecurity and processing of information assurance activities for network certification and accreditation, and conducting feasibility studies.
Dan Jaworowski, a more than 23-year federal information technology and management industry leader, joins Infinity Systems Engineering (Infinity) on 8 Sep 2020 to serve as President.“From Dan’s long history of service, he has a sincere appreciation for Infinity’s culture and mission. He will provide new executive leadership focused on continuing the company’s exceptional performance, as well as capitalizing on its future growth opportunities,” Andy Wilfong, CEO of Infinity, said in a statement.Dan previously served as a division general manager at L3Harris Technologies.Dan said he is proud to join Infinity, which serves customers in the defense and intelligence community markets with its information technology/cybersecurity and engineering services. He will lead a broadened corporate development strategy to pursue opportunities that bring new market access and capabilities to the company, expand its customer base, attract and retain top talent, and increase engagement with all stakeholders.Last week, Infinity also hired Scott Gilson to serve as VP of Market Development. These key additions to Infinity will position the company for continued growth in new and existing markets.
Infinity was recently awarded a follow-on subcontract with Odyssey Systems Consulting Group to support The Air Force (AF) Program Executive Officer for Space (AFPEO/SP) at the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) and their mission responsibility for the development, deployment, maintenance, and sustainment of AF space systems providing early missile warning capability; environmental sensing; precision navigation, guidance, and timing; nuclear event detection; space launch capability; national and military satellite communications capabilities; launch range and network systems; advanced systems; and technology development programs.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with Kratos Technology & Training Solutions on their Command and Control System - Consolidated (CCS-C) Production and Sustainment Contract (CPASC). The CPASC Program develops and sustains the CCS-C system to provide satellite control capabilities for United States Space Force (USSF) MILSATCOM satellite programs, including Milstar, Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) III, Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS), Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF), and future MILSATCOM satellite systems.
Scott Gilson joins Infinity Systems Engineering to serve as Vice President of Market Development. He brings more than 30 years of experience as a results-oriented senior leader and manager, having led organizations in excess of 600 personnel. He will be leading Infinity’s GSA OASIS contract and pursuing DoD tasks across the US and OCONUS regions.“We’re tremendously excited to welcome Scott to Infinity as we look to leverage our recent OASIS contract award into additional growth opportunities for our company. With 24 years of exceptional growth and performance, we are ready to take the next steps in our evolution and compete on much larger efforts,” Andy Wilfong, CEO, said in a statement.Scott previously served as Regional Manager/Director of Business Development at COLSA, responsible for a capture pipeline of opportunities with projected corporate revenue of nearly $2 Billion.Scott said he is proud to join Infinity, which serves customers in the aerospace, defense, and intelligence community markets with its information technology/cybersecurity and engineering services. He will lead a broadened market development strategy to pursue opportunities that bring new market access and capabilities to the company, expand its customer base, attract and retain top talent, and increase engagement with all stakeholders.