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The GTA Board of Directors will meet Thursday, December 8, 2022, at 10 a.m.
Georgia achieved an A grade in the 2022 Digital States Survey conducted by the Center for Digital Government.
The National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) announced that Georgia is a finalist for a State IT Recognition Award.
Dmitry Kagansky assumes the role of Chief Technology Officer at the Georgia Technology Authority, effective September 1.
Steve Nichols, Ph.D., a leader at the Georgia Technology Authority since its earliest days, announced that he is stepping away from his post as Chief Technology Officer, effective August 31.
The Georgia Technology Authority's Procurement Management Office recently earned national recognition for its outstanding work.
The state of Georgia tied with Texas for the most honors in the 2022 StateScoop 50 awards announced May 1.
A partnership between DOR and GTA aims to make it easier for Georgians to find the tax information they are looking for.
GTA is pleased to support Governor Kemp's efforts to increase access to broadband services in Georgia communities.
GTA recently released its Georgia Annual IT Report, which describes the state's use of technology to meet a range of challenges, many related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including cybersecurity and broadband.
GTA recently announced its designation as a Great Place to Work for 2022.
Through an agreement with GTA, GaDOE is bolstering cybersecurity resources for Georgia schools, providing tools to pinpoint vulnerabilities and generate a cybersecurity scorecard each district can use to focus improvement efforts.
GTA recently used a simulated cyber attack to build the state's cybersecurity preparedness for real-life events threatening critical systems and infrastructure.
A Georgia project aimed at preventing unauthorized access to unemployment insurance has earned a first-place award from NASCIO.
Shawnzia Thomas, CIO for the state of Georgia and Executive Director of GTA, was named to the Atlanta Business League's list of Top 100 Women of Influence for 2021.
Two Georgia initiatives were named finalists in the 2021 State IT Recognition Awards.
Registration is now open for the 2021 Georgia Digital Government Summit, an annual event for both IT and business leaders from state and local governments.
A GTA team is among the recipients of the 2021 Service to the Citizen: Champions of Change Awards.
Governor Kemp announced today the selection of Shawnzia Thomas as the Executive Director of GTA and State CIO, effective July 1.
Georgia CIO and GTA Executive Director Calvin Rhodes today announced that he is leaving his post, effective June 30.
Georgia's efforts to strengthen cybersecurity and expand technology services lead the latest Annual State IT Report from GTA.
The Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) has added an array of managed network services offered by 14 service providers to its GTA Direct IT services program.
The Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) recently announced that it has earned certification from Great Place to Work.
Georgia maintained an A grade, the highest ranking possible, in the 2020 Digital States Survey.
Cyber Dawg, the GTA-led, multi-agency security exercise aimed at sharpening technical response to ransomware attacks, has been named a finalist in the 2020 Annual State IT Recognition Awards.