Access thousands of state government publications and documents that were available only through official Oklahoma state agency websites beginning in . Also included are digitized versions of other selected state print publications dating back to .
Oklahoma state agencies issue a variety of forms for use by Oklahoma citizens and businesses. State agencies are required to submit all forms in a searchable electronic version for inclusion in this collection.
Archives.Ok.Gov is an online collection of selected publications and documents found in the State Archives at the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. This collection includes a selection of permanent records of state government activities, such as reports of agency activities, and other records created by state agencies.
Data.ok.gov is a service designed to provide Oklahomans with deep access to data and statistics about the activities of Oklahoma’s government. It’s a simple way to explore data about the economy, public health, transportation, the environment, and more.
Oklahoma Digital Prairie provides visitors unique digital content spanning more than 100 years of rich, vibrant history from the 46th state.
The resource areas found here include documents, photographs, newspapers, reports, pamphlets, posters, maps and audio/visual content. Content ranges from the late 1800s to the present day. Some collections are solely attributed to the work of librarians, archivists, and content managers at the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Others, such as the collections providing citizens access to digitized state government publications and forms, are joint projects between ODL, the Office of Management and Enterprise Services, and the individual state agencies contributing publications and documents.
The Policy, Research and Economic Analysis Division [of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce] provides decision-makers with timely data and analyses to assist them in the formulation of social and economic policies.
The Oklahoma State Department of Education is the state education agency of the State of Oklahoma charged with determining the policies and directing the administration and supervision of the public school system of Oklahoma.
There are two houses of the Legislature of Oklahoma with the Oklahoma Senate representing the upper house, while the other is the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Set by the Oklahoma Constitution, there are a total of 48 senators.
The Oklahoma Court System is made up of the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, the Court of Civil Appeals, and 77 District Courts. Administrative services for the Court System are provided by the Administrative Office of the Courts.