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Celebrate Independence Day with a new job! ACG is hiring in the Charleston, SC area for the following positions: Senior Developer / Integrator, Sr. Info Systems Security Engineer, Sr. Configuration Management Engineer and HUBZone Interns. We also have some immediate openings in NOVA. Learn more and apply on our website at
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Now Hiring:  Linux Subject Matter Expert supporting DHA located in Fort Belvoir (Secret Clearance Required)
Job Duties:
Adding DoD SSL certificates for all storage and backup systems (running Suse Enterprise and Red Hat Enterprise Linux).
Making sure password policies are enforce and in compliance across Linux servers.
Changing the mode and ownership of specific files to meet DoD security requirements.
Adding all Linux hosts to the log server (Splunk) so that the systems can be audited for suspicious activities.
Documenting progress for work accomplished on all Linux findings.
Assisting with ForeScout and Cisco Prime wireless control documentation and remediation.

10+ years of IT experience
Extensive Linux experience including strong RHEL experience.
The ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret Clearance
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Beginning March 12, 2015, ACG has been awarded a five year General Services Administration (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.

The GSA Schedule Contract is the most widely used government contract vehicle, with federal, state and local governments spending more than $34 billion through GSA Contracts in 2013 alone. 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
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ACG is making available several part time internships for HS Juniors / Seniors and higher (college) who reside in economically disadvantaged areas. We are flexible on age as long as the student is responsible and has a driver's license (though driving won't be part of the job). The internships are available immediately and can cover a broad spectrum of interests, but mainly in running a small business, government contracting, Information Technology, cyber security, social media, online presence and especially cyber as it relates to medical data.
The internships pay minimum wage ($7.25/hour) and require a minimum of 40 hours per month of work (probably no more than 45 at most, so they could even participate during the academic year). The hours are flexible and our office is located at 1060 E. Montague (across from DIG in the Park in Olde North Charleston). This would be a good resume builder and also would be a great introduction into this area of business. Assignments will vary by the student's interest area (we plan to try to fit the assignments to the individuals for maximum benefit), but they can expect to do research / write white papers and gain exposure to our every day business environment.
The only "showstopper" requirement is that the applicants must live in an Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone). Much of the Park Circle area qualifies as HZ, as do many nearby rural areas. They would need to be able to show a qualifying address on their driver's license (and would theoretically need to be eligible to pass a background check). They can check their address at this link to see if they qualify:
If you think this is a good fit and have any students who qualify, please have them apply online on our website.
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