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Oklahoma Interactive, LLC (OI) is committed to being the best partner it can be with the state of Oklahoma. We offer a number of unique services that are designed to increase visibility and promote online government services to the public.
Oklahoma Interactive’s custom-designed eGovernment applications, coupled with a payment engine, allows individuals and businesses to interact with their government in a way that makes sense for their needs - fewer lines, inconveniences or mail-related delays. OI works with individual state departments and agencies to identify potential services that can be implemented through the portal. Examples can be seen on OK.gov.
The Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) has partnered with NIC, OI's parent company, to provide these services to you. This partnership enables state agencies to avoid the often cumbersome process of submitting RFPs by instead signing a simple, pre-approved, 2-page interagency agreement with OMES. Once this agreement is signed, any agency may deal directly with OI with respect to all aspects of the development process. OMES then bills the agency on a monthly basis as outlined by jointly signed proposals.
Government entities across Oklahoma.
It's Easy As 1-2-3!
If you wish to develop eGovernment applications to save you valuable time, reduce your postage, and bring convenience and ease to your customers, we can help. Simply follow these 3 easy steps to bring a web presence to your agency.
Step 1: Gather Your Team!
OI recommends a team approach to application development. Through a planning team a number of perspectives can be gathered to help discover information and applications that will bring value to the agency's web presence. We recommend the following talents for your planning team. The number of people on the team is, of course, at your discretion:
Step 2: Partner With Oklahoma Interactive!
Consult - Call us! We're ready to get started and answer any questions you may have about Oklahoma Interactive. To contact OI, call (405) 524-3468 x 127 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3: Launch Your Service!
Marketing - Let's tell your customers! We'll partner with you to implement a service marketing plan design to target your main audience.
How Do We Charge?
There are 4 basic pricing structures that OK.gov follows including:
Statutory Fee Structure
If an online service receives a statutory fee, OI will receive a fee for each transaction processed by the delivered service. This fee will be used to defray the costs of development, customer service, marketing, maintenance, and future upgrades. The agency has the option of either absorbing this as a cost, or passing this on to the user of the online service. By utilizing this funding mechanism, OI will not charge any up-front development fees. OI refers to this as the self-funded model.
Government to Public User Structure
An online service in this category allows a public user (usually a citizen) to benefit from an online service or information provided by an agency for free.
Government to Business Structure
An online service in this category enables an agency to provide a service or share information with a business, or vice versa. These online services are also generally built at no cost to the agency.
Government to Government Structure
An online service in this category enhances agencies internal processes by establishing an electronic process that is dictated by business rules. These applications are financed through a pricing structure called time and materials, which is a charge assessed by the agency. The time and materials charge will be based upon an estimated number of hours spent by OI during the development process and a table of OMES-approved, resource-specific, hourly rates.
Please contact the OMES Service Desk if you need any addition information about services in this catalog.