TAC Social

Unfortunately, the TAC Association will not be hosting the social as it has in the past.

However we hope to see you at the final meeting after the Symposium.

Pay attention to random door prizes exclusively to TAC Association members throughout the conference.

2015 CJIS Training Symposium

Registration is available for the 2015 CJIS Training Symposium by visiting the GCICWEB or by clicking here.

(Tuesday, August 25, 2015 - Thursday, August 27, 2015)

You can also view the tentative agenda and to see special hotel rates on the GCICWEB website.


Don't forget to renew your TAC Association membership and the TAC Association meeting!


The following seats are up for election this year.  If you're interested in running for one of the positions, please submit your letter of intent and supporting document before June 16, 2015.

  • Northwest Vice President
  • Southwest Vice President
  • Metro Vice President
  • President Elect
  • Treasury

Next Board Meeting

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All members are welcome to attend! Share your input, address concerns and get your GCIC related questions answered!

Next GA TAC Board Meeting

Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at GPSTC

Room 219C


(click here for campus map)


WELCOME  to the Georgia Terminal Agency Coordinators NEW home on the web.

  • The purpose of our organization is to:
    1. Promote and encourage the continuance of standardized training and education for members of the Association.
    2. Aid in the cooperation and communications between Terminal Agency Coordinators, local, state, federal agencies, the Georgia Control Terminal Officer and other interested entities.
  • This website offers the general public information on various topics.  It also provides exclusive essential information to TACs state wide.
  • TAC Association members will be able to:
    1. Access the Association's Newsletter online.
    2. Network with other TACs across the state.
    3. Update Membership information.
    4. View up to date Treasurer reports.
    5. View meeting minutes.
    6. Access vital and useful links that help improve everyday functions (and even the functions rarely used).

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