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    April 30, 2016


For more information, please contact:

Jason Brookins, President
Assistant IT Director
Clayton County Board of Commissioners
1383 Government Circle
Jonesboro, GA 30236
Karen B. Knight, Director of Corporate Sponsorship
Communications Coordinator
City of Douglasville
P.O. Box 219
Douglasville, GA 30133-0219
w) 678-715-6088


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Georgia GMIS - Spring 2016 Conference 
May 1 - 5, 2016
King and Prince Resort, St. Simons Island


We invite you to attend the Georgia GMIS Conference “Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On” Spring 2016 Tour. Join us and experience life as a Parrothead while contemplating the workplace you have left behind, if only for a few days.

Our LGCIO (Local Government Chief Information Officer) Program will be reef diving into the competency of organizational culture and politics. This conference will give you the opportunity to take a deep breath and learn how an understanding and awareness of organizational culture will help the IT executive, administrator, or aspiring manager navigate more effectively through the state or local government environment and increase the likelihood your agenda will be advanced.

By popular demand, Georgia GMIS will again be offering the highly acclaimed Geek Trak, designed for highly technical professional staff who support and enable our users and communities across Georgia. In collaboration with our Spring 2016 Premier Technical Training partner, Interdev, Georgia GMIS is proud to offer Security+ training. 

See you on St. Simons Island!  

Who Should Attend

CIOs, information technology directors and managers, division managers, and technical staff.


Mission Statement

The Georgia Chapter of the Government Management Information Sciences is continually blazing new frontiers to better serve the public and governmental agencies through sharing of knowledge in the field of Information Technology.

The purpose of GMIS is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, information, and techniques; to foster enhancement in hardware, software and communication developments as they relate to government activities.

Over twenty-five years ago, a group of computer professionals, realizing all of us need help from time to time, organized GMIS to foster sharing among all levels of government involved in our endless world of technology. Not to be confused with other user groups, GMIS focuses solely on sharing situations related to government information processing.