Video: Georgia Agency Innovation Program

The Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) recently launched the Georgia Innovation Program to help Georgia agencies leverage technology to solve shared business problems in news ways.

The Georgia Agency Innovation Program’s design is evolving by seeking opportunities that will allow sustainable solutions. The primary objective remains the same; to help Georgia agencies work together to provide services in new and better ways using technology that is ready and available on the open market. The focus now, is to follow the lead of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Budgeting that will enable new approaches to problems crucial to running a responsible and efficient state government. The Innovation committee will continue to review promising innovation opportunities, and provide a cross-agency view for advising project teams on initiatives driven from the Governor’s office.

GaBreeze Website Update

GaBreeze is in the process of bringing you an updated website. Beginning May 6, 2016, you will notice a fresh new look when you log into GaBreeze to view your Flexible Benefits account.

The redesign not only gives the site a fresh new look, this improvement also makes the site more user-friendly with a simplified navigation. Although there are some variances in the feature locations, the functionality of the site remains the same. Current user name and password will not be affected by this change.

Below are images of what the current site looks like, and what the site will look like as of May 6, 2016:

Old Look:


New Look:


Please make your employees aware of this change. If you have any questions, please contact us at


Now That You’re Done Filing Your Taxes…

0a79f4f55a077e1a1204ae2c24fbc444_529-college-savings-grandchildren_featuredImageDon’t put it off any longer!  Be a part of an exciting program and sweepstakes to help your family start planning for your child or a loved one’s college education. Get Smart GA is an online financial literacy program provided by the Georgia Student Finance Authority (GSFA). It focuses on the importance of saving for college and how opening a Georgia’s Path2College 529 Plan account is a great first step.

Just by spending a few minutes viewing an online module, you can enter to win a $1,529 Path2College 529 Plan contribution to help pay for future college expenses.

Simply follow the steps below by April 30, 2016 to participate in the GSFA Path to Financial Literacy Sweepstakes.

  1. Go to the website:
  2. Create an account
  3. View the 10 minute module
  4. For a chance to win, read the official rules and complete the online sweepstakes form at the end of the module.

If you have any questions, please contact me. Thank you for your participation.

Get Smart GA is provided by GSFA in partnership with Path2College 529 Plan and the State of Georgia.