GAAO offers classes, seminars, district meeting  and an open door policy to keep our members and all county assessors, appraisers and interested parties current on modern trends, new legislation, court decisions and help with common problems which all counties are facing. We have many members active in IAAO, International Association of Assessing Officials. We offer IAAO classes taught by Mr. Stephen White, which are well attended not only by our state members, but also assessors and appraisers from all over the United States.  We are very proud of our organization and continuously working to improve it. 

I am excited about working with you this year, and I am confident that 2017 will be a great year for GAAO. Thank you for your continued support of the organization and your dedication to our profession. We are Stronger Working Together! Please feel free to contact me at any time.

Chuck Anglin

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The Georgia Association of Assessing Officials (GAAO) is a professional organization of approximately 1,600 appraisers, assessors, and other professionals dedicated to promoting and achieving the highest standards in assessment administration in Georgia.

Mission Statement: To promote integrity and professionalism in assessment administration through education, leadership, and cooperation.

GAAO has a membership option for anyone who has an expressed and bona fide interest in tax assessment and administration and who subscribes to the objectives of the Association.
On behalf of the Georgia Association of Assessing Officials, I would like to welcome you to our website and thank you for your interest in GAAO. We strive to make this website informative and beneficial so that you can easily access the many resources available. The purpose of this website is to meet the needs of our members and to introduce others to our organization. It is updated regularly with news events, training schedules, and job listings.GAAO was established in 1948in my home town of Athens, GA. The goal was to promote professionalism and to ensure theAd Valorem taxation was equalized and uniform within the Georgia counties. We now have approximately 1600 members working together to provide the necessary leadership, training and service needed to provide Georgia with best taxation administration as possible.
Chuck Anglin , GAAO President

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