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Administrative and Finance provides the platform for Georgia Tech's continuing success in achieving its mission of teaching, research, and economic development by leading, supporting and enabling institutional effectiveness in administrative, financial, information, and physical infrastructure services for Georgia Tech.


A&F Strategic Plan Updates


In August 2020, Administration and Finance (A&F) launched its strategic planning process. The division-level strategic plan clarifies A&F's contribution to the Institute goals and describes our priorities for the next 5 years. Our plan will clearly articulate A&F's unique contribution to the new Georgia Tech strategic plan and include a detailed implementation plan that describes how each unit will contribute.

A&F Virtual Town Halls


Leadership in Administration and Finance (A&F) continues to conduct virtual town halls for staff in A&F. Employees have the opportunity to ask questions and hear the latest from the leadership team.




Veterans Flag Program Distributes Flags to Remember Alumni

January 2023 — Atlanta, GA

The Veterans Flag Program, a partnership between the Georgia Tech Alumni Association and the Veterans Resource Center, will distribute flags to families of deceased alumni who served in the military. On Jan. 9, the program presented its first flag to Cary Brown, founder of The Benefit Company and father of 1st Lt. Tyler Brown, who was killed by enemy gunfire in Iraq in 2004. Pictured (left to right): David Ross, director, Veteran’s Resource Center; Mike Shannon, interim executive vice president for Administration and Finance; Cary Brown; Magd Riad, chair of the Alumni Association Board of Trustees; and Dene Sheheane, president of the Alumni Association. Photo taken by Emily Newman.


Input Sought for Georgia Tech’s Next Quality Enhancement Plan Topic

Jan 05, 2023 — Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech is set to embark on a new Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) and is seeking input and topic ideas from all faculty, staff, and students. QEP topic selection is a key part of the Institute’s reaffirmation of accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), scheduled for 2025. 


A&F Virtual Town Hall: Staff Feedback on the Comprehensive Campus Plan

March 17, 2023
2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Georgia Tech has embarked on creating a roadmap, the Comprehensive Campus Plan (CCP), to guide campus development and capital investments on the Atlanta campus over the next ten years and beyond. The team is excited to share the progress of this planning effort including draft recommendations at an upcoming virtual town hall tailored to address the needs and aspirations of the Georgia Tech staff community.   

While this town hall will focus on staff input, anyone is welcome to join us on March 17, from 2 to 3 p.m.

Separate town halls will be held in early March for students and faculty to provide input as well.

Reporting Units

Administration and Finance is comprised of business units that collectively support the student, administrative, financial, information, and physical infrastructure services for the Georgia Tech community. Our customer-oriented services connect the various community members on campus by delivering the practical services the Institute needs to operate efficiently on a day-to-day basis as well the vision and resource planning the Institute needs to succeed well into the future.

Administrative Services Center

The Administrative Services Center (ASC) is a deliverable of the AdminX initiative. The ASC partners with local and central units to provide efficient and consistent support for administrative operations across the Institute.


Finance and Planning

Finance and Planning supports the academic, research, service, and economic development endeavors of Georgia Tech by integrating effective planning, strategic resource management, careful financial oversight of Institute operations, and analytic support for decision-making.


Georgia Tech Police Department

The Georgia Tech Police Department (GTPD) is a full service campus law enforcement agency in Atlanta, Georgia consisting of more than 100 full time employees, sworn and civilian, dedicated to the safety and security of the campus.


Human Resources

Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) serves the Institute and its more than 14,000 employees through strategic counsel, employee engagement, and essential human capital management operations. As the people’s unit, GTHR is engaged throughout the employee’s lifetime at Georgia Tech.


Infrastructure and Sustainability

Infrastructure and Sustainability (I&S) supports operational excellence through innovative, efficient, and sustainable physical infrastructure services for the Georgia Institute of Technology. The unit includes sub-departments that service the campus.


Office of Information Technology

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides core IT services ranging from classroom and desktop support, wired and wireless Internet, research cyber infrastructure, and critical student services for registration, collaboration, and digital learning.


Real Estate Development

Real Estate Development is responsible for the acquisition, sale, leasing, development, encumbrance, and strategic planning of Georgia Tech's real property assets, and the management, construction, and financing of non-academic real estate.