Scott Hilton, Executive Director for Georgians First Commission will update us on the Commission's work to cut government red tape, eliminate burdensome regulations and advance professional licensure reform to make Georgia the best state for small business.
The Georgians First Commission, established by Governor Kemp on January 14, 2019, will review state regulations, policies, and procedures to streamline government, remove inefficiencies, and secure Georgia's place as the top state for small business in the country.
The Georgians First Commission will receive input from every region of the State via the website, regional listening sessions, and numerous events within Georgia's small business communities.
Additionally, the Commission will recruit nationally known experts and consultants (pro bono) with deep subject-matter expertise in each of the individual areas where small businesses interact with the State. These expert organizations will evaluate and compare national "best practice" laws, standards, and policies to Georgia and create a set of recommendations for the Commission and the Governor to consider for implementation in Georgia that will aid Georgia's small business community to flourish.
The Commission wants to hear from you about concerns or issues that you face in operating your business and we plan an interactive session with Scott Hilton. The Commission is also taking concerns and issues via an online portal here: https://georgiansfirst.georgia.gov/
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