Tim Donovan, Department of Community Supervision Advisory Board
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia will save more than $152 million by refunding outstanding bonds after again earning a rating of AAA, with a stable outlook, from each of the three main credit-rating agencies — Moody’s, Fitch and Standard & Poor’s. Only 11 states currently meet this standard.
Small arms manufacturer will invest more than $29 million in facility expansion
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced the appointment of Department of Corrections Commissioner Homer Bryson as director of the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMHSA), effective when GEMHSA Director Jim Butterworth transitions to the private sector on Dec. 1.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced the appointment of the Honorable Don Wesley Thompson as Superior Court Judge of the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit. Thompson will fill the vacancy created by the resignation of the Honorable Jon Bolling Wood.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced senior administration nominations and appointments for multiple state agencies
Gov. Nathan Deal today named Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) Commissioner Chris Carr as attorney general, filling a vacancy created by the departure of Attorney General Sam Olens. Carr will take office on Nov.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced 18 grant award winners for the Innovation Fund, a competitive grant program that provides funding to local education authorities and schools to further advance student achievement in Georgia.
Gov. Nathan Deal will brief media regarding Hurricane Matthew’s impact on coastal areas, as well as state emergency response efforts today at 11:00 a.m.
Gov. Nathan Deal and members of the Emergency Operations Command today outlined Hurricane Matthew's impact on Georgia's coastal areas and the state's recovery response efforts.