Georgia Technology Authority
Georgia pilots new user-centric website
Users don't care how state agencies function, says the state's chief digital officer, only that they get they can find the critical information they need.
2018 was 'a bad year' for ransomware, but so far 2019 is no better
Ransomware incidents in Baltimore and Jackson County, Georgia, and are extending a run of cyberattacks on state and local governments that officials say will likely continue.
As governor transition approaches, Georgia focuses on services
With an incoming gubernatorial transition, Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes says the state's work on IT services will help agencies deliver on their missions.
It’s time to prioritize your organization’s digital strategy
Commentary: Georgia’s chief digital officer says creating a digital strategy can help a state build credibility with its citizens and align with their goals.
Georgia launches new cyber innovation and training center
A new center, located in close proximity to U.S. Army Cyber Command, will bring together academia, private industry and government to develop state and local cyber standards.
Lessons learned from Georgia's IT outsourcing efforts
It’s been a little more than four years since Georgia outsourced almost all of its information technology infrastructure and telecommunications in a bold move aimed at reducing risk and modernizing technology for the state’s IT enterprise.
Analysis: Georgia's FY 2014 budget
Despite a financially cautious approach, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal proposed an additional .1 billion to the fiscal year 2014 budget compared to FY 2013, bringing total spending to 0.8 billion for the coming fiscal year.