New law requires state agencies to develop a business case for IT projects valued at more than $1 million.
Our efforts saved as much as $150 million through cost avoidance in 2015.
Georgia's web portal and 80 agency websites meet rigorous standards that benefit everyone, especially people with disabilities.
New tools are already yielding benefits, and additional improvements will continue to take shape this year.
Perseverance pays off. With the final server consolidation events wrapped up at the end of September, the massive GETS transformation effort is complete.
Our Multisourcing Service Integrator assumes operation of the GETS Service Desk and introduces innovative service options. It's a preview of other changes to come.
GTA’s Data Sharing Services team works behind the scenes and without fanfare to support agencies in providing convenient and efficient services.
The recent Technology Summit hosted by GTA energized my thinking about technology’s potential to improve state government services to Georgians.
Cyber security is always on our minds, and preparedness has been the center of much activity recently.
The Technology Innovation Showcase is an effective forum for sharing ideas, and the more participants we have, the more we learn from each other.