Finance Office
The primary mission of the GBI Finance Office is to provide sound, solid advice and financial management to the Director's Office, the Administrative Division, the Investigative Division, the Division of Forensic Sciences, and the Georgia Crime Information Center . GBI Finance also administers the funds for the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC), attached to the GBI for administrative purposes. The Finance Office is supervised by the agency's fiscal officer/treasurer and consists of three main units: Budget, Accounting and Purchasing. The office is supported by 21 employees and is responsible for all financial transactions involving the agency.

Legal Division
Attorneys in the Legal Division are members of the State Bar of Georgia and provide legal guidance through the Bureau, serve as the liaison between the GBI and Department of Law, and are authorized to serve as Special Assistant United States Attorneys, District Attorneys, or Solicitors General at the request of any appropriate agency and the approval of the Director. The Legal Division also responds to requests for information received pursuant to the Georgia Open Records Act, and oversees the Accreditation Unit.

Office of Professional Standards
The Office of Professional Standards (OPS) is responsible for investigating allegations of misconduct made against GBI employees.

Office of Human Resources
The Office of Human Resources is responsible for providing support to the GBI in all human resource matters.

Public and Governmental Affairs
Disseminating information to the media and the public falls under the domain of the Public Affairs Office.

Staff Services
Staff Services provides a variety of support functions for the GBI, including facility management, fleet management, asset management, telecommunications, agent supply, and mail.