Georgia Awarded A+ for Small Business Friendliness

With more than 5,000 small business owners surveyed, it is the largest continuous study of small business perceptions of local government policy in the United States.

Southeastern Grocers “Rounds Up” Support for the American Heart Association

Donations will help fund innovative research for new treatments, provide programs and services for survivors and their families, and help more people lower their risk.

Justice Department Reaches $3 Million Settlement with Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation for Violating the...

The suit alleges that Nissan MAC repossessed 113 vehicles owned by SCRA-protected servicemembers without first obtaining the required court orders.

VA announces more than $400M in grants to help Veterans who are homeless or...

This funding includes $62 million in new fundings that support outreach, case management and other flexible assistance to rapidly re-house Veterans who become homeless or prevent Veterans from becoming homeless.

DOJ Begins 4thDistribution of Funds Recovered Through Asset Forfeiture to Compensate Victims of Madoff...

This brings the total distributed to $2.4 billion to nearly 32,000 victims worldwide. 

2 Companies Partner for Georgia’s First ‘Smart Neighborhood’

The first 46 townhomes developed at Altus at the Quarter will be a part of the Georgia Power Smart Neighborhood, where each technology-enhanced home will be served by Georgia Power and supplemented by rooftop solar installations and in-home battery energy storage.  

US, Guatemala Sign Memorandum to Improve H-2A Non-Immigrant Visa Program

Through this agreement, the Guatemalan government will provide additional safeguards for temporary workers by certifying that labor recruiters are vetted and registered with their government. The agreement is intended to complement existing U.S. laws and strengthen the protections for U.S. workers as well as prospective Guatemalan H-2A workers by ensuring Guatemalan H-2A workers are less susceptible to criminal actors.

Owner of GA Medical Equipment Company Sentenced for Medicare Fraud

Pate was convicted in December 2018 of 33 counts of fraud, identity theft

Georgia Power orders first fuel load for Vogtle Unit 3

First nuclear fuel order in more than 30 years for a newly-designed reactor in the U.S. Project workforce remains at all-time high with more than 8,000 workers on site

Savannah Port Moves Record 4.5 Million Teus

For the first time ever, GPA handled more than half a million container lifts to rail, growing that number by more than 72,000, or 16.6 percent.