Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that global digital marketing software-as-a-service leader ExactTarget will expand its operations in metro Atlanta, creating 225 jobs and investing $1.25 million over five years.
Gov. Deal is now accepting applications from qualified residents of Brunswick interested in replacing the suspended member of the city commission.
After consulting with Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens, Gov. Nathan Deal today instructed the state Department of Natural Resources to return Bibles to cabins and lodge rooms at state parks.
Gov. Nathan Deal today signed an executive order that prohibits the state from collecting or sharing with the federal government any personally identifiable data on students or their families, that firmly asserts the state’s sovereignty over educational standards and that maintains local control over curriculum and instruction.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced the launch of the Innovation in Teaching Competition, a recognition and reward opportunity for teachers available through Georgia’s Innovation Fund, a competitive grant program created through Georgia’s Race to the Top plan.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for the month of April 2013 totaled $1.73 billion for an increase of $201 million, or 13.2 percent, compared to April 2012.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Mattex, a Dubai and Saudi Arabian carpet backings producer, will expand its operations in Georgia by building an extrusion manufacturing plant in Murray County.
Gov. Nathan Deal today issued five veto statements and two signing statements. There were no line-item vetoes in the budget.
Gov. Nathan Deal today signed into law the Fiscal Year 2014 budget, which takes effect upon the start of the fiscal year on July 1.
Today at the state Capitol, Gov. Nathan Deal signed two pieces of ethics legislation that will bolster Georgians’ confidence in their state government.