Reports & Brochures
Building Oklahoma's Science and Technology Enterprise
A Strategic Plan for the Development of an Unmanned Aerial Systems Enterprise in the State of Oklahoma
2012 assessment of the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology’s role in Oklahoma’s technology‐based economic development ecosystem
Current economic uncertainties will likely have an impact on OCAST’s goals and objectives. The staff and management of the agency have experience in managing through times of plenty and the cyclical times of uncertainty. In highlighting the following goals and objectives, we are keenly aware of the need to be agile and creative in adapting to change. At the same time, we must be relentless in our dedication and steadfast in our duty to our stakeholders and the goals of technology-based economic development.
OCAST each year conducts an extensive data search of its research projects dating back to 1987, and combines the latest numbers with previous experience to develop a cumulative impact. That impact number to date is $20.39 returned to the state for every dollar Oklahoma has invested through OCAST since its beginnings in 1987. The current and previous years Impact Reports are below.
2012 OCAST Impact Report (individual pages, full layout)
2011 OCAST Impact Report
2010 OCAST Impact Report (individual pages, full layout)
2009 OCAST Impact Report
2008 OCAST Impact Report
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) fosters innovation in existing and developing businesses, helps Oklahomans develop the products, technology and treatments of tomorrow and moves those high-potential research projects into the marketplace.