The Georgia Records Association (GRA) is dedicated to establishing responsible Records Management practices throughout local and state government in Georgia.
We are committed to providing professional development through continued education and networking, while serving as a source of information and support to all local and state government organizations.
Governed by a volunteer board of directors, the Association is comprised of Records and Information Management professionals representing municipalities, counties, school boards, courts, state agencies, law enforcement and the state university system.
The purposes of the Association are to:
- Provide a forum for the discussion of matters of common concern to records and information professionals in the state
- Foster and promote a better public, corporate, and governmental understanding of the functions, purposes, and values of effective information management and recordkeeping
- Offer continuing education of records professions in the state
- Provide training for those persons in the state who wish to begin or further a records management program with which they are associated
- Foster better understanding of Georgia statutes and regulations concerning information and records requirements; and
- Promote the cost-effective and efficient use of appropriate information technologies.