In the Spotlight
The Institute’s International Center this year inaugurated a new program to give visiting researchers and government leaders from Korea a more hands-on understanding of American culture and public administration.
Chamblee City Council has allocated $100,000 to implement downtown revitalization designs developed through the Downtown Renaissance Fellowship, which we coordinate in partnership with the UGA College of Environment and Design and the Georgia Municipal Association.
Institute faculty members Tracy Arner and John Hulsey share insights on the Governmental Accounting Standards Board’s recently released statement 77, Tax Abatement Disclosures. This standard requires state and local governments for the first time to disclose information about tax abatement agreements for reporting periods beginning December 15, 2015.