Nathan Deal

Google and Microsoft ask Georgia Gov. Deal to veto 'hack back' bill

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The tech giants say the bill's provisions could have "unintended consequences" that enable anti-competitive business tactics.

Georgia breaks ground on cyber center expansion

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Construction has officially begun on a 5 million expansion to one of the largest facilities of its kind.

Additional $35 million investment doubles size of Georgia cybersecurity center

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Construction of the second facility is said to begin immediately and will include cybersecurity training space and a startup incubator.

Georgia launches new cyber innovation and training center

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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.

Chinese aviation IT company to make $10 million investment in Georgia

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Gov. Nathan Deal announced today from Qingdao, China, that TravelSky Technology Limited will open a research and development center in Duluth to expand its work in the travel and tourism industries. The company is making a 0 million investment in Georgia and creating 50 jobs.

Georgia sees 6.7 percent revenue increase

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Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for the month of July totaled .41 billion for an increase of 8.5 million, or 6.7 percent, compared to the month-ended July 2012.

Analysis: Georgia's FY 2014 budget

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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.

DHS says Georgia meets REAL ID standards

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Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has confirmed that the state of Georgia has met its requirements for REAL ID.

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