Like federal administrative law, Georgia administrative law includes rules, decisions, and orders issued by executive agencies and officers. However, this information is not as easily available as federal information.
The Georgia equivalent of the Federal Register is the Georgia Government Register. The Georgia Government Register is published monthly, and contains notices, some proposed rules, and executive orders. There is no requirement that a rule be published in the Georgia Government Register, however.
Georgia's administrative code is the Official Compilation of Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia. The Official Compilation is available in print at the Law Library; however, the print edition is organized by agency and has no index. Searchable versions of the Official Compilation are available online at Lexis Advance and the website of the Secretary of State.
Georgia executive agencies sometimes resolve disputes, just like federal agencies. These decisions are not published, however. Selected decisions may be available from the agency's website.