Space Security Company, True Anomaly, Announces Expansion of Operations in Metro Denver
COLORADO SPRINGS—The space security company, True Anomaly, has announced that it will expand its operations in Colorado by opening its office in Centennial. The announcement was made at the Colorado Space Symposium by the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and Lieutenant Governor Dianne Primavera, Co-Chair of the Colorado Space Coalition. True Anomaly delivers a fully integrated technology platform that combines training and simulation tools, advanced spacecraft manufacturing infrastructure and autonomy systems to revolutionize space security, stability, and sustainability.
“I’m excited to be the first to welcome True Anomaly, a small space security business co-founded by two U.S. Air Force veterans, here to Colorado. After conducting a national search, True Anomaly has selected Centennial as their headquarters and permanent home and we couldn’t be more excited to have them join our premier national security space community,” said Lt. Governor Primavera.
"Our roots are in Colorado, and it means a lot to my cofounders and me to continue expanding our footprint with our new Centennial office. We'll continue to invest in our Colorado team as we grow rapidly over the coming months and years," said Even Rogers, CEO and co-founder for True Anomaly.
Space systems have never been more critical to ensuring economic prosperity and global security. True Anomaly’s founders are made up of former military operators and engineers who deeply understand the international risks facing the U.S. and its allies in space. True Anomaly is on a mission to provide the Department of Defense, as well as the commercial space market, with unparalleled space mission and software solutions.
“Space defense is a huge part of the aerospace industry here in Colorado,” says president of the Metro Denver EDC, Raymond H. Gonzales. “True Anomaly’s expansion of operations in Metro Denver helps keep us a leading force in this industry. Our talented workforce, our innovation ecosystem, and world-class aerospace partners and operations make the region a perfect fit for True Anomaly.”
Over the next year, True Anomaly plans to hire about 60 employees for the Centennial operation. This facility will be 35,000-square-feet, housing offices for employees as well as manufacturing and assembly-production facilities. They will have a variety of openings available, including positions for business operations, business development, project management, finance, human resources, artificial intelligence, manufacturing, software and more. Over the course of about five years, True Anomaly hopes to hire 200-300 employees throughout the country.
True Anomaly is looking for workers who are geared toward developing and supporting ground-breaking technology to solve the most hard-hitting challenges that the space industry faces today.
“We are pleased to see True Anomaly expand its presence in Colorado and bring 60 new jobs to Centennial. Together with the more than 400 aerospace companies that call Colorado home, they will continue to advance our nation’s security, contribute to Colorado’s strong economy and help ensure that our state continues to be a leader in this important industry,” said Eve Lieberman, Executive Director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.
“Denver South and the City of Centennial are excited to welcome True Anomaly to the region”, according to Denver South Board member and Mayor of Centennial, Stephanie Piko. “We know their work and innovation will only serve to elevate and advance our already-thriving aerospace industry which includes Sierra Nevada Corporation, Boom Supersonic, SEAKR and United Launch Alliance.”
The Metro Denver EDC is thrilled to have worked with True Anomaly to help them expand their operations in Metro Denver.
About the Metro Denver EDC
Often called a “center of influence,” the Metro Denver EDC was the nation’s first regional economic development organization. A division of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, from Castle Rock to Fort Collins and Golden to Greeley, we represent the nine counties and 66 communities that contribute to our robust economy and incredible culture. As the economic development function of the broader Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the EDC serves a 9-county territory that represents two-thirds of the state’s population and three-quarters of the GDP.
Thanks to the leadership and generosity of Colorado’s most influential companies, the Metro Denver EDC works to “future-proof” the Colorado economy through corporate attraction and retention; workforce development; domestic and global marketing; investments in infrastructure; and public policy that fosters a pro-business climate.
Metro Denver EDC investors leverage our data, intel and insights to strengthen their own companies. They help lead the transformational projects that make Metro Denver a world-class region. They help determine our priorities – including our organizational strategy, policy engagement, and decisions around regional growth. And ultimately, they play a key role in making our community an even better place to live and work.
About True Anomaly
Founded in early 2022, True Anomaly delivers a fully integrated technology platform that combines training and simulation tools, advanced spacecraft manufacturing infrastructure and autonomy systems to revolutionize space security, stability, and sustainability. The company empowers the Department of Defense, as well as the commercial space market with unparalleled space mission and software solutions, ensuring the United States and its allies are equipped in space to protect life on Earth. To learn more, visit https://www.trueanomaly.space/.