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Statewide Interoperability Governing Body


The Statewide Interoperability Governing Body (SIGB) was established in May 2009 after the consolidation of Oklahoma's two former governance structures, the Oklahoma Interoperability Executive Committee (OIEC) and the Governance Working Group (GWG). The SIGB is a formal group of public safety practitioners from across the state working with OKOHS to improve communications interoperability. Jurisdictions at the local, county, state, tribal, federal and authorized non-governmental organizations are represented. 

Click here to view the official SIGB Charter


SIGB Structure



All public safety entities in the state of Oklahoma will possess the knowledge, resources, and technology to effectively communicate as authorized through voice and data, on demand and in real-time, to ensure life safety, incident stabilization, and property conservation. 



To support the highest level of communications interoperability for all public safety entities throughout the state of Oklahoma by fostering an effective organizational structure to oversee that proper planning, training and resources are provided to responders at all levels.



• Advise OKOHS on the annual revisions of the SCIP.
• Advocate the implementation of the SCIP across the state of Oklahoma.
• Suggest best practices, policies, procedures and protocols for interoperable communications and incorporate them into existing regional interoperability agreements.
• Ensure that training opportunities for interoperable communications are available to all necessary and authorized public safety practitioners.
• Identify and recommend future technologies that will enhance the interoperable communications capability in the state of Oklahoma.
• Develop an effective outreach campaign to educate public safety personnel across the state of communications interoperability issues.
• Provide recommendations for the creation of statewide SOPs.
• Ensure that appropriate and effective training and exercise programs are developed to encourage daily usage across the state.


Law Enforcement
Fire Service
Utilities (Open)
Emergency Medical Service
Emergency Management
Department of Public Safety
Federal Agency
OKWIN Project Manager
Harris (M/A-Com) Owner
Federally Recognized Tribe
Oklahoma Department of Health
Oklahoma Military Department
OKOHS Region 1
OKOHS Region 2
OKOHS Region 3
OKOHS Region 4
OKOHS Region 5

OKOHS Region 6 and 8 
(Previously COUASI)

OKOHS Region 7
Oklahoma Department Of Transportation
Statewide Interoperability Coordinator Non-governmental Organization (Open)
Oklahoma CIO

Last Update January 2015


SIGB Meeting:

OEC Workshop
June 30, 2016

Oklahoma City


Click here to view the COML / COMT page.


Q1: March 12, 2015