OCAST and its strategic partners OMA and i2E have received national acclaim for innovation programs and services that have strengthened and diversified Oklahoma’s economy and positioned our state for future growth opportunities.
20:1 ROI For every $1 invested by the state in OCAST, $20.39 is returned to Oklahoma's economy in various forms; For full stories about Oklahoma businesses and researchers making an impact on our state's economy and to the quality of life of...
OCAST is proud to present this 25th anniversary edition of the agency’s Impact Report – it is a continuing story of our successes in science and technology,
innovation and entrepreneurship that benefits Oklahoma and helps advance our state in...
Oklahoma Arts Council.; Arts--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.
How we make a difference The Oklahoma Arts Council impacts communities and schools statewide by:
• Supporting Oklahoma’s thriving arts and cultural industry • Developing a robust cultural infrastructure
• Preserving our history and...
Imperial Refining Company (Ardmore, Okla.); Hazardous waste site remediation--Oklahoma--Ardmore.; Hazardous waste sites--Oklahoma--Ardmore.;
This decision document presents the selected remedial action for the Imperial Refining Company Superfund Site (Site), in Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma.; The Imperial Refining Company (IRC) Superfund Site is the location of a former petroleum...
Oklahoma Capital Investment Board.; Venture capital--Oklahoma.; Capital investments--Oklahoma.;
"OCIB has historically operated two programs to achieve its legislative mandate of supporting Oklahoma's risk capital industry. These programs are enhanced by other OCIB efforts to support entrepreneurs."
Oklahoma Capital Investment Board.;Venture capital--Oklahoma.;Capital investments--Oklahoma.;Government aid to small business--Oklahoma.
"for seventeen years, the Oklahoma Capital Investment Board has cultivated the venture capital industry in this state -- launching Oklahomans as venture capitalists and drawing outside venture firms to the state."