To create a stronger business and service model to support initiatives, investigators, and continued growth, Georgia Tech has been restructuring and scaling its research support functions to enable best-in-class research stewardship and ensure best practices around compliance.

The effort reflects the Institute’s and the Executive Vice President for Research (EVPR) office’s commitment to strengthen service and support functions as the research enterprise continues to grow. This commitment translates into streamlining processes and roles, and hiring additional employees at all levels, including in research administration, grants and contracts accounting, and research integrity and compliance.

Georgia Tech is committed to employing a robust research workforce to further its mission to develop leaders who advance technology and improve the human condition.