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Georgia Tech has become one of the nation's most prominent public universities through the dedication to excellence over generations. As stated in the Strategic Plan, our mission is clear: "to provide the state of Georgia with the scientific and technological knowledge base, innovation, and workforce it needs to shape a prosperous and sustainable future and quality of life for its citizens." That is achieved through educational excellence, innovative research, and outreach in selected areas of endeavor.
Each member of the Georgia Tech community shares in the responsibility to advance that mission and to ensure proper stewardship of the resources entrusted to us. As a demonstration of senior leadership's commitment to these principles, Georgia Tech has partnered with EthicsPoint, Inc. to provide an enterprise-wide solution by which members of the Georgia Tech community can confidentially and anonymously report issues of concern to management.
This new Internet-based reporting system is much like the old suggestion box, except that it allows greater flexibility to set up anonymous communications and feedback. This will help ensure that the Institute can appropriately respond to concerns in the most efficient and effective manner.
It is more than just a hotline through which individuals can report issues of suspected fraud, waste, or abuse. We want to also solicit questions, comments, and feedback about areas which could be streamlined and made more efficient and effective.
Your input is essential to ensure that Georgia Tech maintains a positive, productive workplace. This is your system and we encourage you to use it so that, together, we will achieve excellence.
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Financial Matters Accounting or internal control issues, including fraud, theft, and other financial issues.
Safety Unsafe working conditions, environmental issues, or other safety matters.
Research All issues dealing with the Institute’s research processes.
Academics Misrepresentation of credentials, academic dishonesty, and other academic violations.
Employee Matters Harassment, discrimination, threats, or other forms of misconduct involving Institute Employees.
Information Systems Confidentiality, data privacy, copyright violations, or other waste or abuse concerning Information Technology.
Athletics All issues dealing with the Institute’s athletic department or programs.
Student Related Matters Academic misconduct, discrimination, alcohol / drug abuse, cheating / plagiarism, FERPA violations, hazing, or other student related matters.

Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please contact your local authorities.