State Relations is at the core of the Office of Government and Community Relation's (GCR) purpose. As a state institution relying on state support, the Institute must place key emphasis on providing value to the state and exhibiting return on investment to state leaders.
Interacting with the Governor, Georgia General Assembly, University System of Georgia, and almost every state department and agency, GCR aims to enhance the image and reputation of Georgia Tech and motivate leaders to invest in its future each day through a variety of efforts. GCR shares knowledge and support with leaders by providing experts for legislative inquiries and interns for legislative offices. The office showcases excellence by arranging legislative recognition for campus standouts. Most importantly, however, GCR works to build relationships with lawmakers through campus, capitol, and district visits and other outreach activities. Through these avenues, sharing knowledge and support, showcasing excellence, and building relationships, Office of Government and Community Relations staff work daily to foster a platform of state support that allows the Institute to achieve its strategic goals.
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According to a new report, Georgia Tech’s economic impact is approximately $2.3 billion and 18,640 jobs.
ATDC, Georgia Tech's business incubator, graduated eight companies at its 2012 showcase event.
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