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Is your county looking for a way to save money on the costs of Workers' Comp or Property and Liability Funds? If so, take a look at ACCG's Safety Discount Program and start saving on your premium.
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Everyday firefighters put their lives at risk to protect their communities, but who is protecting them? Take a look at this insightful article highlighting the importance of protecting firefighters from the toxic dangers of the job.
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The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is seeking applications to assist states and organizations with funding for programs that focus on improving methods within the criminal justice field.
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The Department of Community Affairs compiles data on employee salaries using a survey given to local government. Due to this information being high in demand, counties are urged to participate in the survey before the June deadline.
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The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority's Water Resources Division released the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund project lists for 2017. Take a look at the pre-application projects received and discover which projects are eligible to receive principal forgiveness.


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LGRMS offers a variety of training and support programs that are designed to educate members on healthy,safe ways to reduce risk within the workplace. Visit their website regularly for learning opportunities.

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ACCG welcomes spring semester policy and research interns Martha Revelo and Lysette Cooksey. The interns will assist the policy and research staff with special projects, legislative research, and tracking legislation before the General Assembly.
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This month's spotlight is on Bradley McFall, a Kennesaw State University undergraduate student. During his internship with Polk County, he acquired the skills necessary to be successful in the finance field and gained insight on the joys of working in county government.
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The Georgia Technology Authority is sponsoring an event that showcases the creative and cutting-edge uses of technology within government agencies. To find out if your county's project qualifies, take a look at the requirements and project categories.
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