Mon., August 13, 2012 5:25am
A new certificate program at Georgia Tech is teaching health and humanitarian organizations how to better manage and move their supplies. One of the program’s creators pointed to the challenges of getting help to victims of recent disasters, like the tsunami in Japan and southeast Asia, the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina.
Mon., April 30, 2012 7:05am
A programming error has caused the state of Georgia to owe nonprofits and out-of-state limited liability partnerships refunds totaling $1.8 million. A 2010 fee hike was put into the state's computer systems incorrectly.
Wed., September 1, 2010 12:06am
It could be one of the most important recommendations the General Assembly gets next year -- how to re-write Georgia's tax code. As the state faces a growing budget crisis, state lawmakers are traveling the state to hear from Georgians how the tax code should be revised to keep the state business-friendly while also possibly ending tax breaks in a bid to prop up the budget.
Tue., August 17, 2010 8:16am
A preliminary agreement was reached with Glenn Richardson over a probe into the former House Speaker's leftover campaign cash.