ACG Awarded GSA Schedule 70 Contract

Federal, state and local government agencies can now purchase Information Technology Professional services from ACG on the GSA Schedule. ACG has been awarded a five year General Services ASchedule_ScreenBdministration (GSA) IT 70 Schedule contract number GS-35F-243CA under category (SIN) 132-51— Information Technology Professional Services.

ACG was scrutinized via a meticulous process by which the GSA assesses a company to assure excellence in providing products and/or services to the federal government. By awarding ACG a GSA Schedule 70 contract, ACG is recognized as a preferred vendor, entirely authorized to conduct business with government agencies. ACG looks forward to developing a business partnership and a mutually beneficial relationship with all potential GSA Schedule clients.

For corporate partners interested in teaming, please contact ACG at (571) 765-6120 or

View full press release here.

Now Hiring – Student Internships (HUBZone)

ACG has opportunities for a limited number of Internships for rising High School Seniors / College students) who reside in economically disadvantaged areas. Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license with a qualifying residential address to be eligible.  Applicants can check their address at this link to see if they qualify: The internships are available immediately and can cover a broad spectrum of interests, but mainly in running a small business, government contracting, Information Technology, cybersecurity and especially cyber as it relates to medical data.

The internships pay minimum wage ($7.25/hour) and require 40-45 hours per month of work. Schedule is flexible and will be primarily located at our office at 1060 E. Montague Ave. in North Charleston. Assignments will vary by the student’s interest area, but the successful applicant can expect to do research / write white papers and gain exposure to our business environment.

Apply on our Careers page:

ACG on BAH Winning Team for SPAWARSYSCOM Cyber Contract

From Booz Allen Hamilton release: Navy/Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Headquarters (SPAWARSYSCOM) $65.4M task order from the Navy/Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Headquarters (SPAWARSYSCOM), provides a full spectrum of Architecture, analysis, interoperability assessments, engineering, and technical management services in support of SPAWAR’s Information Assurance (IA) /Cyber Security (CS), Technical Authority (TA). (Contract date: 12/08/14; Duration: 5 years)

ACG on Sentar’s Winning Team for DHA and NAVMISSA

Sentar Selected as Prime Contractor for $8.3 Million Task Order Award under Space and Naval Warfare Systems Atlantic Integrated Cyber Operations (SPAWAR ICO) for the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and Navy Medicine Information Systems Support Activity (NAVMISSA). The team will provide Information Assurance and Cyber Security (IA/CS) and Computer Network Operation (CNO) Services.

Sentar amassed a very strong team of sub-contractors with excellent performance in their respective domains of expertise. The team includes Athena Consulting Group (ACG), Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc (HTSI), NSS Network Security Services and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).

ACG is seeking Intrusion Detection Analysts

Athena Consulting Group, LLC. is seeking candidates to join its Cyber Security team of subject matter experts to protect the critical infrastructure supported by Computer Network Defense Service Provider and its key resources. The CNDSP is an integrated system of intrusion detection, analytics, intrusion prevention, and information sharing capabilities that are used to defend the critical infrastructure within the Department of Defense. 

We are identifying candidates to grow our cyber security capabilities in the Charleston, SC area.   Our team provides a leading cyber security capability throughout the Charleston area with extensive experience and expertise.

The Analyst will be a subject matter expert in coordinating and executing improved monitoring and intrusion analysis across an accredited Tier II Computer Network Defense Service Provider (CNDSP) infrastructure.  The analyst will assume current infrastructure monitoring and intrusion analysis, and provide expertise to better detect, respond to, and appropriately counter, known or suspected cyber threats identified within the CNDSP.  The candidate must be able to perform deep packet inspection and be able to look into the content of cyber traffic to inspect for viruses, spam, or other malicious content.  Must be knowledgeable with packet inspection tools to perform analysis on the content of the threat data, to prepare a more comprehensive analysis.


The candidate needs to have a strong background in computer network defense, networking monitoring, and intrusion analysis.  This candidate should also have knowledge of DOD and Federal network infrastructures.  The candidate should have a very strong background/knowledge in computer networking. Must have solid scripting knowledge, so he/she can help automate the analysis and processing. Must be self-motivated, able to lead/mentor junior team members, and flexible enough to use whatever skill is needed to accomplish the monitoring/analysis task. Vulnerability analysis, penetration testing, IDS, Intrusion Detection System, IPS, Intrusion Prevention System, Snort, Suricata, Metasploit

Must have or be able to obtain TS/SCI clearance.

ACG Verified as Veteran-owned Small Business

ACG was verified as a Veteran-owned Small Business (VOSB) by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Center for Veterans Enterprise on August 27, 2013. Upon verification ACG was added to the Veteran business database ( This enables ACG to participate with VA Veterans First Contracting Program Opportunities.


Windows 7 Migration Support

ACG is currently seeking applicants for a Windows 7 Migration Support Project.  Must have experience with SCCM, OSD Imaging, and Microsoft scripting technologies and components such as Shell, VBScript, WMI, .Net and XML.  If you qualify and are interested please send your resume to