Georgia Tech Human Resources and the Administrative Services Center has partnered with the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) to strengthen the integration of GTRI’s human resources teams and the campuswide HR service delivery model. 
This summer, the Administrative Services Center has welcomed several new teams into its portfolio as it continues to position itself as the one-stop shop for high-volume, administrative services.
$484 million in state appropriations for fiscal year 2024 opens the door for Georgia Tech leadership to prioritize areas of investment.
Following a national search, the Georgia Institute of Technology has selected Shantay Bolton as its new executive vice president for Administration and Finance and chief business officer.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) voted earlier today to name Mike Shannon, interim executive vice president for Administration and Finance (A&F), president of the University of North Georgia (UNG)
The Administrative Services Center is eight months into its journey to improve the delivery of administrative services to the Georgia Tech community.
Students will see no change in tuition and fees for the coming academic year.
Georgia Tech won two notable awards at the Georgia Procurement Conference, hosted by the University System of Georgia.
A special duty of care and supervision is required to protect Tech’s youngest learners.
Training Deadline Extended to April 28