If ever a tinge of middle school history nostalgia hits you, head over to The New Georgia Encyclopedia for articles on Georgia arts, sports and science.
Voters will head to the polls today in select counties to fill vacancies for local elected officials.
You can track how the state spends your tax dollars by visiting Open Georgia. The site details state employee salaries, travel expenses and payments to vendors.
Team.Georgia.Gov connects Georgia’s state employees with information and resources to help state government function more efficiently and retain better talent.
Addressing issues that range from observing safe hunting practices to writing advance directives, the Official Code of Georgia compiles all state law.
Our country boasts a long history of recognizing our deceased military with some form of honors.
In the past year, several GeorgiaGov visitors have stopped by to ask about Georgia's window tint law. Here's what you should know.
If you'd like to vote in the June 18 special election, and you're not already registered, you'll need to do so today.
Last Tuesday, Governor Nathan Deal finished signing all bills from the 2013 legislative session. He approved 340 measures, many of which aim to protect children, reform the justice system and spur economic development.
For college juniors or seniors, graduate students and law students, internships at state agencies offer unique chances to grow in both public service and professional experience.