Ted Baggett manages the Institute of Government’s local government assistance services, which provide Georgia’s cities and counties with customized services to help them operate effectively and efficiently. Such services include revenue and expenditure analyses, consolidation studies, and financial planning and budgetary reviews. Prior to joining the Institute of Government, he spent many years working in and with city and county governments. For 10 years, he assisted local governments in the Georgia Municipal Association’s legal department. He has taught training courses through the Institute of Government since 2000 and is the author of several guidebooks on local government law.
J.D., University of Georgia; B.A. Political Science and History, Emory University
Areas of Expertise: intergovernmental agreements, trial and administrative-level courts, annexation, local government finance