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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.
Georgia's Chief Information Security Officer and new digital platform, GovHub, have been honored as part of the 2020 StateScoop 50 Awards.
A GTA-led, multi-agency security exercise aimed at sharpening technical response to ransomware attacks has received a first-place award from the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO).
Registration is now open for the 2020 Georgia Digital Government Summit, and annual event for both IT and business leaders from state and local governments.
Gov. Brian P. Kemp on Tuesday, June 23, 2020, announced that the Georgia Broadband Deployment Initiative (GBDI) is launching the Speedtest by Ookla pilot project statewide through August.
Georgia state agencies and local governments still have an opportunity to submit outstanding IT projects for recognition in the 2020 Technology Innovation Showcase.
Strengthening cybersecurity and enhancing access to government services and information top the list of achievements highlighted in the Georgia Annual State IT Report published by the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA).