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    April 16, 2014
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John Antoniewicz


Director of Information Technology
City of Albany/Dougherty County

225 Pine Avenue
Albany, GA 31701
w) 229-431-2148

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GA GMIS - Spring Conference 
May 5-8th, 2014
King and Prince Resort, St. Simons Island, Georgia

Register Today!

Have you ever walked into a meeting anticipating a quick response, only to have numerous obstacles and hazards thrown in your way?  Sometimes, the way to the finish is not a straight fairway, but a bend to the left, and between a few bunkers.  And if your plans end up in the water, you get soaked.  Yes, sometimes government organizations with their culture and politics can feel like a game of golf.  Please attend our Spring Conference at St. Simons Island, GA and you will be ready to apply better approaches to increase your effectiveness, by applying different “courses” of action.  We have some great University of Georgia speakers presenting to Georgia GMIS, and an interactive technical activity.  We will have networking opportunities with other IT leaders and solutions providers around the state.

Thank you for your participation.

Can’t wait to see you at the King and Prince Resort in May!

John Antoniewicz
President, Georgia GMIS




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.