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Free “Get Outdoors Georgia Day” set for June 14

June 10, 2014

Stand-up paddle boarding, archery and tree climbing are just some of the free activities offered during

Criminal Justice Reform in Georgia

June 9, 2014

In 21 years, between 1990 and 2011, Georgia prisons doubled in occupancy. And state spending increased—by over $500 million annually.

Something needed to change. Something wasn’t working.

What Is A Sole Proprietorship?

June 5, 2014

Learn about the advantages and downfalls of setting up a sole proprietorship for your business.

Who doesn't love turtles?

June 3, 2014

Learn some great facts and useful safety tips about encountering sea turtles on our Georgia beaches.

Two Words that Can Save Lives: Look Again

June 2, 2014

You too can be a hero. Make sure you "look again" to ensure no children are left unattended in vehicles.

How to Buy Surplus Property

May 29, 2014

The Georgia Department of Administrative Services is responsible for the state’s surplus or excess property. State agencies purchase property, use it and then outgrow its usefulness.

GeorgiaGov Launches About Georgia

May 27, 2014

Learn about the newest feature to Georgia.gov. Feel free to browse through it--you might learn something new about the state of Georgia!

State Offices Closed Monday for Memorial Day

May 23, 2014

Each year on the last Monday of May, Americans across the country observe Memorial Day.

Summer Jobs Galore

May 22, 2014

Discover the resources available for student summer jobs from the Georgia Department of Labor.

Water Loss Technical Assistance Program Helps Conserve Water

May 20, 2014

In a pilot leak detection project by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA), over 200 million gallons of water a year were detected as being lost. This extreme discovery helped GEFA receive a National Recognition Award--a prestigious honor demonstrating exceptional achievement in engineering.

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