Welcome to the Office of the Vice President for Government and Community Relations! Each and every day, we work to carry out Georgia Tech's motto of "Progress and Service."
The Office of the Vice President for Government and Community Relations is the Institute's primary connection to the federal, state, and local governments and communities. Through active advocacy and relationship-building, Government and Community Relations staff members work to exhibit the opportunity of Georgia Tech and build esteem for the Institute in order to achieve its goals of progress and service for all that it touches.
LATEST NEWS AND RESOURCES
The President's Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP 2.0) final report is a one-year endeavor to outline a roadmap to secure U.S. manufacturing competitiveness. Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson served on the 19-person AMP 2.0 Steering Committee and numerous faculty and staff put in many hours serving on various workstreams that focused on different aspects of manufacturing competitiveness.
David Johns, head of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans, visited Georgia Tech and led a panel discussion with student leaders and university officials on best practices for overcoming the challenges and barriers obstructing educational excellence to underrepresented minority students.
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