Governor Mary Fallin’s FY-2013 budget consists of the following two documents.; This document is the larger of the two and includes detailed historical financial information about each agency of state government. The information is arranged by...
The Oklahoma State Department of Health provides services that impact the life of each person in Oklahoma in some way every day.; This annual report records our progress in meeting these challenges in fiscal year 2002.
Revised April 2012
Fee of $280.00 Must Accompany Application ($250.00 license fee & $30.00 Application Fee
Application Fee is NOT Refundable
Type or print your name in ink as it appears on your driver’s license .
Revised March 2012 1
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES BOARD
ELECTRICAL APPLICATION INFORMATION
All applicants must be eighteen (18) years of age or older
FEES – MUST ACCOMPANY APPLICATION:
Make remittance payable to the CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES...
State of Oklahoma
Construction Industries Board
2401 NW 23rd Street, Suite 2F, Oklahoma City, OK 73107 Phone 405-521-6550 Fax 405-521-6525 http://ok.gov/cib/
CIB Investigation Procedure for Licensed...
The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) produced the Licensed and Certified Occupations of Oklahoma. The purpose of the handbook is to provide students, clients, counselors and other interested persons with information concerning...
A. The State of Oklahoma requests approval for a Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS) waiver under the authority of §1915(c) of the Social Security Act (the Act). B. Program Title Medically Fragile; This waiver is requested in order...
Pursuant to the Transparency, Accountability and Innovation in Oklahoma State Government 2.0 Act of 2011 (the Act), the Oklahoma legislature approved a requirement that all payments from the State Treasury shall be disbursed electronically. The Act...
This document contains Governor Fallin’s budget recommendations to the 2013 Legislature. It includes a discussion of state revenues, a summary of her proposed budget and explanations of budget recommendations for state agencies.
Oklahoma businesses bring unclaimed cash, rebates, paychecks, royalties, stock and bonds to my office and it’s my job to return the money to the owners and heirs.; These are just the most recent names we have received.