Georgia Cities Attack Civic Challenges Through Institute Collaboration

Leaders in 10 Georgia cities gained practical knowledge they can apply to local challenges through an Institute of Government collaboration with the UGA School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) and the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA). Master of public administration students enrolled in spring semester’s SPIA Local Government Practicum worked with municipal leaders to address issues as diverse as fueling police cars with natural gas and creating an effective inventory control system.

CARL VINSON INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT