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.
Daren Hubbard, vice president for Information Technology and chief information officer, has been asked to direct all activities related to the Institute’s Covid-19 infrastructure and technology and accelerate any improvements necessary to reduce duplication of effort, minimize data security risk, and ensure a streamlined experience for students, faculty, staff, and campus partners.
The 2020 Annual Compliance Training will help define Ethics First at Georgia Tech, reinforce the University System of Georgia’s (USG) ethical standards and cybersecurity requirements, and remind us all about the importance of research integrity, reporting external activities, and navigating foreign influence.
The new solution is powered by Salesforce and replaced the undergraduate advising system, GradesFirst.