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Provide State of Oklahoma agencies and affiliates access to shared IT resources and establish road maps for collaboration to reach IT goals in an ever-changing technology landscape.
The OpenRange program, introduced by Governor Fallin in February 2013, was designed to help communicate and educate state agencies and affiliates about shared information technology contracts and services. There are numerous affiliate groups who can use this voluntary state program including organizations in K-12, higher education, healthcare, public safety, municipalities and other similar organizations.
Visit the OpenRange products of services for a full list of available products and services.
Interesting Oklahoma Fact
Oklahoma has a rich heritage in ranching. Open range was our first contemporary ranching practice and allowed livestock to roam and graze freely – only confined by natural barriers. It gave rise to spring and fall roundups, when cowboys from various ranches combined efforts to gather the animals, sort them by brand and herd them back to their respective territories.
The practice of open range ranching avoided artificial obstacles, encouraged collaboration and produced strong, resilient animals capable of surviving the harshest of environments. This practice epitomizes the goals for shared information technology services in the State of Oklahoma.