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- Data.OK.gov - This site strives to make Oklahoma government more transparent through an unprecedented level of openness in Oklahoma government. Data.OK.gov allows for a simple way to gather Oklahoma government data about the economy, public health, transportation, environment, and more on one website. Centralized access to this data saves you from having to visit multiple websites.
- Documents.OK.gov - Access thousands of state government publications and documents that were available only through official Oklahoma state agency websites beginning in November 2006. Also included are digitized versions of other selected state print publications dating back to 1978.
- Forms.OK.gov - Oklahoma state agencies issue a variety of forms for use by Oklahoma citizens and businesses. The Oklahoma State Government Forms One-Stop Initiative requires the State of Oklahoma Chief Information Officer (CIO) to develop and maintain an online repository to make forms available to the public. State agencies are required to submit all forms in a searchable electronic version for inclusion in this collection.
- OpenBooks - This website contains various financial information about the State of Oklahoma and links to other websites with related information. The information presented was obtained from the records of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) for the state and its agencies, boards, commissions, institutions, authorities and trusts. Some of these entities operate partially or entirely outside OMES, and the related data will be noted as partial when appropriate.
- Recovery.OK.gov - In February 2009, President Obama and the U.S. Congress approved the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to help kick-start the nation's economy. The landmark measure includes targeted tax relief and significant investments in such vital areas as education, transportation, healthcare, science and technology and energy-efficiency. In an effort to ensure full transparency and accountability, Gov. Brad Henry ordered the creation of a state website to help track the use of Oklahoma stimulus funds. This site will provide the citizens of Oklahoma access to clear and concise information about the federal stimulus initiative.
Last Modified on 01/30/2013