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The standard security risk assessment process developed by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) as specified in Title 62, Section 34.32 (HB-2935) that originally became law on July 1, 2006.
This service provides support for the annual risk self-assessment, which is a qualitative risk analysis designed to determine how well each agency complies with a proven set of security industry standards. The self-assessment process is, by definition, open to interpretation by the person or persons responding to the questions. Some individuals may assess their environments more critically, while others may be less critical depending on their level of awareness, experience and understanding of the process and their environment.
This service is available for all Oklahoma state agencies, offices, officers, bureaus, boards, commissions, counsels, units, divisions, bodies, authorities, or institutions of the executive, legislative or judicial branches of state government. The term "state agencies" does include institutions within the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education or the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.
Customers are required by law to complete the risk assessment to the best of their ability by no later than Dec. 1 of each calendar year.
How Do We Charge?
There is no charge for the basic support in this area.
Please contact the OMES Service Desk if you need any addition information about services in this catalog.