The Georgia Smart Communities Challenge (“Georgia Smart”) fosters awareness and adoption of advanced technologies and data in the public sector by supporting projects with local governments across the state of Georgia. Georgia Smart extends existing smart city development by bridging the gap between cities and other local governments and encouraging a market pathway for industry partners into new domains. Georgia Smart is organized by the Georgia Institute of Technology in partnership with Georgia Power, Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG), Georgia Municipal Association (GMA), Georgia Centers for Innovation, Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA), Metro Atlanta Chamber, Georgia Chamber, and Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).
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Transitions in Regional Economic Development
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