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Invictus International Consulting Plans Colorado Springs, Colorado, Operations

Invictus International Consulting, a Veteran-owned cybersecurity and technology company, plans to establish operations in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The $3.9 million project is expected to create 130 jobs in El Paso County.

"We are excited to establish a presence in Colorado Springs, a city deeply rooted in military heritage and innovation," said Jim Kelly, CEO of Invictus. "This strategic move allows us to collaborate more closely with our military partners, leverage the talent pool in the region, and continue delivering exceptional solutions to our clients.”

The Colorado Economic Development Commission approved up to $2,010,864 in performance-based Job Growth Incentive Tax Credits for Invictus over an eight-year period. These incentives are contingent upon the company meeting net new job creation and salary requirements. In addition, the Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC facilitated a local incentive package with the city of Colorado Springs and El Paso County valued at $370,493.

“Colorado is a leader in cybersecurity, and we are thrilled to welcome Invictus to our great state,” noted Governor Jared Polis, “Colorado is the best place to live, work, and do business, and Invictus will create 130 new good-paying jobs while advancing the aerospace and defense industry.”

Invictus International Consulting is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) specializing in information assurance, cybersecurity services, and intelligence analysis to the national security, intelligence, and homeland security communities.

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