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This Week in GeorgiaGov: Government

Local Government Financing Options for “Going Solar”

June 23, 2016

Solar energy is making its way to local governments in Georgia, now with some financial help.

2016 Days of Remembrance: Commemorating Holocaust Victims and Survivors

May 19, 2016

On May 6, 2016, the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust hosted the Days of Remembrance Ceremony. This year's theme was “Mothers and Fathers: Stories of Love and Loss.”

Happy Armed Forces Day!

May 17, 2016

Without our Armed Forces, we wouldn't be free. Take time this week to celebrate our service members!

Social Media in the Government: Case Study [Infographic]

May 3, 2016

See how the Senate Press Office used Twitter this legislative session to keep us all informed.

Georgia.gov Accessible for All

February 4, 2016

We've been hard at work making Georgia.gov better and easier to use. You might not even notice, but we've made some significant improvements.

Memories of the Mansion

December 8, 2015

The Governor's Mansion houses Georgia governors and their families creating a full and rich history. First Lady Sandra Deal has set out to discover these stories in a new book, Memories of the Mansion.

Constitution Week 2015

September 15, 2015

September 17-23, 2015 is officially Constitution Week in Georgia.

Help us Make GeorgiaGov Better

July 21, 2015

We try to make GeorgiaGov as easy as possible for you to find information.

Advanced Training Available for Code Enforcement Officers

July 9, 2015

Georgia's code enforcement officers are getting a new training curriculum to advance their careers.

Department of Community Supervision: Georgia's newest state agency

June 30, 2015

Freshly appointed commissioner, Michael Nail, explains Georgia's newest state agency -- the Department of Community Supervision.

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