Both have extensive private-sector experience and will serve three-year terms.
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It takes place May 6 in Atlanta and features topics relevant to business, financial and IT staff.
Annual report from GTA examines current and future technology challenges facing Georgia state government.
The programs help to ensure successful business and technology projects by building agency expertise.
As part of the state's information technology transformation initiative, AT&T has upgraded the Secure Socket Layer Virtual Private Network (SSL VPN) remote access site for the Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC).
AT&T is replacing antiquated voice systems with new technology in a four-phase process which is scheduled to be complete in 2014. Thirty-two agencies - with a total of 530 sites - are actively involved in the voice refresh program.
The equipment refresh is part of the Georgia Enterprise Technology Services (GETS) program, which is modernizing the state's IT infrastructure.
State agencies are using technology in more creative ways every year to improve their operating efficiency and provide Georgians with the modern, convenient services they expect.
The Georgia Technology Authority has announced a major redesign of the state's official website, www.georgia.gov, which offers friendlier navigation, greater usability and more robu
Certified copies of Georgia birth and death certificates can now be ordered online through ROVER, a new service launched by the Georgia Technology Authority in cooperation with the Georgia Department of Public Health.