This spring, leadership in Administration and Finance (A&F) is conducting virtual town halls for staff in A&F. Employees have the opportunity to ask questions and hear the latest on how Georgia Tech – specifically units in A&F – is responding to this rapidly evolving situation. Click here to view the recorded sessions.
As Georgia Tech continues to monitor and assess the outbreak of COVID-19 worldwide, we have created a resource at health.gatech.edu/coronavirus for our community to track how the public health threat is affecting the programs and other activities in which our students, faculty, and staff are engaged.
This session will kick off with an overview of tips for using ServiceNow and then we will open the session to answer your questions.
OneUSG Connect Special Topic Q&A Webinar: Commitment Accounting Transactions - Express Direct Retro (EDR)
This session will kick off with an overview of Express Direct Retros (EDRs) and then we will open the session to answer your questions.
This session will kick off with an overview of action reason codes and then we will open the session to answer your questions.
The Georgia General Assembly reconvened this week after suspending activities for three months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Among other items, the General Assembly is expected to approve state appropriations for Fiscal Year 2021, which starts July 1. Once state appropriations are approved and signed by Gov. Brian Kemp, the University System of Georgia (USG) can begin to give further guidance to all 26 USG institutions on required spending reductions as well as workforce strategies, which include furloughs.
After 25 years of service to Georgia Tech, Chuck Rhode, vice president for Facilities Management, has announced his plans to retire from his position effective August 1, 2020.