DigitalGeorgia: A White Paper on Information and Communications Technology in Georgia
Georgia Centers for Advanced Telecommunications Technology (GCATT). (2000). DigitalGeorgia: A White Paper on Information and Communications Technology in Georgia. Office of Policy and Programs, GCATT. Prepared for the Office of the Governor, Atlanta, Georgia, 2000.
This white paper was commissioned by the Office of the Governor to assist the State of Georgia in establishing policy guidelines that would improve the ability of all Georgians to participate in a digital society. Our daily lives and workplace opportunities increasingly require the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs).1 To this end, the Georgia Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology (GCATT) was selected as the neutral party to gather information and solicit statewide viewpoints from government, business, and citizen groups. [PDF]