University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Steve Wrigley announced a Comprehensive Administrative Review at the April 2017 Board meeting. This is a system-wide initiative focused on improving administration through creating efficiencies, streamlining processes and finding ways to be more effective with USG resources.

The Comprehensive Administrative Review is being led by a steering committee composed of representatives from USG institutions to take an in-depth look at all non-faculty administrative functions across the University System. Core faculty activities, such as teaching and research, are exempt from the review.

The initiative is currently being conducted in phases that started in fall 2017. The University System Office and the University of West Georgia were the first organizations reviewed. They were followed by Georgia Institute of Technology, East Georgia State College, Kennesaw State University, South Georgia State College and the University of North Georgia, all of which are complete or nearing completion. The second phase will begin in the spring of 2018 and includes the remaining USG institutions.

This website is designed to help foster a transparent process and to provide general information about the Comprehensive Administrative Review.