GTA Board of Directors to Hold Quarterly Meeting

The Georgia Technology Authority Board of Directors will hold its regular quarterly meeting on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at 10:00 a.m.

Nikhil Deshpande Discusses Georgia’s Approach to Digital Services with GovLoop

GTA’s Chief Digital Officer Nikhil Deshpande recently talked about Georgia’s approach to ensuring top-notch digital services and the importance of user experience and accessibility in an interview with GovLoop.

GTA to Receive Award for Innovative Approach to Sourcing IT Services

International association honors GTA for its Market Test and Rebid strategy, which ensures competitive pricing and technology innovation for the GETS program.

Cybersecurity, Rural Broadband Lead Annual State IT Report

The report also documents the state’s progress in using technology to operate more efficiently and enhance service delivery.

Cyber Center’s Shaffer MacCartney Building Holds Ribbon Cutting

The Cyber Center’s 165,000 square-foot second building offers Class A partner space to cybersecurity companies.

GTA Board of Directors to Hold Quarterly Meeting

The Georgia Technology Authority Board of Directors will hold its regular quarterly meeting on Thursday, December 6, 2018, at 10:00 a.m.

The meeting will take place in the Georgia Technology Authority Board Room, 47 Trinity Avenue, Seventh Floor, Atlanta, Georgia 30334.

Why the Georgia Cyber Center is Special

From the initial vision to the public-private investment to the plans for the future, the Georgia Cyber Center is unique, significant, and even special.

Calvin Rhodes Receives CIO of the Year ORBIE Award

The ORBIE Awards, now in their 20th year, are widely considered to be the nation's leading recognition program for technology executives.

Georgia Gateway Honored with First-place Award from NASCIO

The award, presented at NASCIO’s annual conference, recognizes the state’s efforts in building a consolidated system for determining eligibility for 10 public-assistance programs.

Georgia Earns Highest Grade Possible in National Technology Survey of State Governments

Georgia is one of only five states to receive a letter grade of A.