The state of Georgia has completed an extensive, collaborative effort to standardize the job descriptions of state agency Information Security Officers (ISOs) and develop a training program to support job requirements.
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GTA is revamping the Consolidated Service Desk’s customer service survey in response to customer feedback. To make sure the survey continues to provide relevant, useful information, questions are being updated, and a new, shorter format will make it e
GTA recently doubled the number of customer listings in our “Find Your Service Delivery Consultant” database, making it easier for customers in state and local governments across Georgia to get help when th
When agencies submit Requests for Solutions, the requests will now go to architects designated for your agency. IBM has realigned its architects by agency to promote fuller knowledge among architects of the unique agency environments, reduce turnarou
Four projects in Georgia are receiving $39.5 million in federal funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to expand high-speed Internet and wireless access in underserved areas. With these latest awards, support for Georgia broadband
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Three broadband projects in Georgia are receiving almost $13 million in federal funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. All three projects are designed to bring high-speed Internet access to unserved homes and businesses in rural co
Executive Director Patrick Moore named Mark Warr as Director of Enterprise Governance and Planning (EGAP) effective July 1, 2010. Mr.
GTA has published a comprehensive report on IT expenditures in state agencies for FY 2009. The State Information Technology Report also incorporates data about agencies’ information security programs.