Georgia Code Title 50. State Government

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Boundaries and Jurisdiction of the State
  • Chapter 3. State Flag, Seal, and Other Symbols
  • Chapter 4. Organization of Executive Branch Generally
  • Chapter 5. Department of Administrative Services
  • Chapter 5A. Office of the State Treasurer
  • Chapter 5B. State Accounting Office
  • Chapter 5C. Partnership for Public Facilities and Infrastructure
  • Chapter 6. Department of Audits and Accounts
  • Chapter 7. Department of Economic Development
  • Chapter 8. Department of Community Affairs
  • Chapter 9. Georgia Building Authority
  • Chapter 10. Georgia Development Authority
  • Chapter 12. Commissions and Other Agencies
  • Chapter 13. Administrative Procedure
  • Chapter 13A. Tax Tribunals
  • Chapter 14. Open and Public Meetings
  • Chapter 15. Public Lawsuits
  • Chapter 16. Public Property
  • Chapter 17. State Debt, Investment, and Depositories
  • Chapter 18. State Printing and Documents
  • Chapter 19. Transportation Services
  • Chapter 20. Relations with Nonprofit Contractors
  • Chapter 21. Waiver of Sovereign Immunity as to Actions Ex Contractu; State Tort Claims
  • Chapter 22. Managerial Control Over Acquisition of Professional Services
  • Chapter 23. Environmental Facilities Authority
  • Chapter 24. Drug-Free Workplace
  • Chapter 25. Georgia Technology Authority
  • Chapter 26. Housing and Finance Authority
  • Chapter 27. Lottery for Education
  • Chapter 29. Information Technology
  • Chapter 32. Georgia Regional Transportation Authority
  • Chapter 34. Onegeorgia Authority
  • Chapter 36. Verification of Lawful Presence Within United States
  • Chapter 37. Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contracting Act
  • Chapter 38. Interstate Compact for A Balanced Budget

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