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    • OCCR newsflash, spring 2014

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    • In Memory of our Friend and Co-worker, Amanda E. Moran; Minute Details but Vital Information by Christina Panicker; Re-Abstraction Audits by Marva Dement; RMCDS Corner by Paula Marshall; Update on Collaborative Stage Transition by Delores Greene;...
    • Annual report, 2009/10

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    • ON THE COVER: IN TODAY’S ECONOMY, MORE OKLAHOMANS ARE DEPENDING ON PROGRAMS OFFERED THROUGH OHCA TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE COVERAGE FOR THOSE IN NEED. OHCA IS DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING OUR HIGH STANDARDS OF SERVICE AND QUALITY TO OUR MEMBERS AND...
    • SoonerCare primer

    • SoonerCare (Program)--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Medicaid--Oklahoma.
    • Health Care for Oklahomans; What Is Medicaid? MEDICAID: Was created as Title XIX of the Social Security Act in 1965. Is a federal and state partnership program that makes coverage available for basic health and long-term care services based upon...
    • Oklahoma mental health block grant plan & application.

    • Federal aid to community mental health services--Oklahoma.; Community mental health services--Oklahoma.; Mental health planning--Oklahoma.; Mental health services--Oklahoma.
    • This Mental Health Block Grant Application and Plan has been prepared on behalf of the State of Oklahoma in accordance with Part B of Title XIX of the Public Health Service Act. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)...
    • Highway headlights

    • Traffic violations--Law and legislation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Traffic safety--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma District Attorneys Council--Periodicals.
    • Create a more educated prosecutorial force in Oklahoma, improve the coordination of prosecution of highway safety cases and increase public awareness of traffic safety issues.; The Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP) [prepares and distributes...
    • Inside corrections

    • Corrections--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Inside Corrections is an Oklahoma Department of Corrections monthly publication distributed to employees, retirees and friends of criminal justice, to enhance communications and provide information on the development and achievements of this agency.
    • Multiple Injury Trust Fund basic financial statements

    • Multiple Injury Trust Fund (Okla.)--Auditing.; Workers' compensation--Oklahoma.
    • CompSource also oversees the Multiple Injury Trust Fund.--Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Court website; We have audited the accompanying financial statements of the governmental activities and each major fund of the Multiple Injury Trust Fund...
    • Annual report & state plan

    • Oklahoma. Commission on Children and Youth--Periodicals.;Children--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Youth--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth (OCCY) was created by the Legislature for the purposes of: * providing independent oversight of the children and youth service system; * assisting local communities in the development of partnership...
    • Bulletin / Oklahoma Accountancy Board.

    • Accountants--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma Accountancy Board--Periodicals.
    • The mission of the Board is to safeguard the public welfare by prescribing and assessing the qualifications of and regulating the professional conduct of individual registrants and registered firms authorized to engage in the practice of public...
    • Currents

    • Grand River Dam Authority--Periodicals.
    • GRDA Currents is produced by the Grand River Dam Authority for employees, retirees, families and friends.
    • Langston University's request for its USDA state-mandated match : a chronology /

    • Langston University--Finance.; Agricultural education--Oklahoma--Finance.; Agricultural extension work--Finance--Oklahoma.; Federal aid to education--Oklahoma.
    • Letter to Chancellor Johnson; Per your request, this communique serves as a preface to the document herein and delineates the historical perspective and justification for the $1.5 million appropriation to Langston University for the state of...
    • Research highlights.

    • Agriculture--Research--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The OCES continues to strive to disseminate the research information generated by OAES to the public through field days, workshops, tours, and demonstrations. This has been and will continue to be a major focus of our efforts at the Oklahoma...
    • Test and item specifications

    • Educational tests and measurements--Oklahoma.; Education--Oklahoma--Curricula.; Education--Oklahoma--Aims and objectives.; Curriculum planning--Oklahoma.; Curriculum evaluation--Oklahoma.
    • Purpose; Test Structure, Format, and Scoring; Test Alignment with PASS; Test Blueprint; Depth of Knowledge Assessed by Test Items; Universal Test Design Considerations; Testing Schedules; Multiple-Choice Item Guidelines; Stimulus Materials; General...
    • Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) SFY ...  annual report

    • Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (Okla.)--Periodicals.; Drinking water--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Pursuant to: Title 82, Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1085.82(2);requires submission of an annual joint report...concerning the Drinking Water Revolving Loan Account and implementation of the provisions of this Act. The report shall contain information...
    • Oklahoma public schools local salary schedules

    • Teachers--Salaries, etc.--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "Pursuant to the provisions of 70 O.S. 2001 section 5-141, the enclosed document contains local salary schedules for the school district in the state of Oklahoma. It has been determined that all school districts...have developed local salary plans...
    • Local government mandatory publication notices and related costs.

    • Legal advertising--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Notice (Law)--Oklahoma.; Local government--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Advertising, Newspaper--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma statutes require local governments, including municipalities and counties, to publish numerous documents, notices, etc. in specified publications. The local governments cannot recover the costs for many of these publication expenses. ...
    • Oklahoma enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) assessment and strategic plan

    • Telephone--Emergency reporting systems--Oklahoma.; Telephone--Emergency reporting systems--Oklahoma--Planning.
    • The Oklahoma Statewide Nine-One-One Advisory Board entered into an agreement with one of the country’s leading E9-1-1 experts to assist in assessing the status of E9-1-1 in Oklahoma and develop a strategic plan that can be used as the basis for...
    • Aquahoman, 04/2012, v.8 no.1

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    • From the Director: The Word on Water... WOW! by Dave Engle; A New Name for a New Era in Oklahoma Water by Mike Langston; OWRRI-Funded Research Projects for 2012; The Legislative Update; The Botanic Garden at OSU Provides Unique Teaching and...
    • PK-12 world languages in Oklahoma.

    • Language and languages--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.; Education--Curricula--Oklahoma.
    • Historical Background HB1017 After the passage of HB1017 in 1990, the Oklahoma State Board of Education identified the study of languages (foreign, native American, and American Sign Language) as core curriculum.; Conclusion The need to prepare...
    • Public water supply conservation guide.

    • Water conservation--Oklahoma.
    • This report, consistent with the authority of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board as stated in Title 82 Oklahoma Statutes Section 1085.2, is concerned with urban and domestic water conservation. It is intended to provide public water suppliers, both...
    • Oklahoma game harvest survey

    • Hunting surveys--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Department of Wildlife Conservation.
    • Every winter, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation conducts a survey of approximately 2,000 hunting license holders. The survey sample is stratified statewide by county and by license category (annual, lifetime and senior citizen...
    • Jay Public Schools.

    • School districts--Oklahoma--Jay--Evaluation.; Jay Public Schools (Jay, Okla.)--Evaluation.
    • This review is intended to help JPS contain costs, improve management strategies and operations, and increase student performance. To conduct this review the office contracted with Prismatic Services, Inc.; The purpose of a performance review is to...
    • Unclaimed property fund, 08/2012

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    • 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.
    • National Board certified teachers

    • Teachers--Certification--Oklahoma.; Teachers--Training of--Oklahoma.; Teacher effectiveness--Oklahoma.; National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (U.S.);
    • A study of the future of and funding for NBCT (National Board Certified Teachers)
    • The compensator, 4th qtr 2012

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    • Creating a loss prevention culture in your business: Taking your safety planning to the next level; Ask the Expert [Mark W. Gruber] How will the NCCI changes to the split point impact my premium?; Fraud case of the quarter; CompSource board member...
    • District data profiles, 2011-2012

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    • In order to comply with the requirement of providing LEAs their performance on the targets identified in the SPP, the OSDE-SES provides each LEA with a DDP annually.; By school district: Total Student Enrollment; Enrollment Cluster; Child Count...
    • Payne County SPF SIG project

    • Youth--Alcohol use--Oklahoma--Payne County--Prevention.
    • In 2011, the Oklahoma State University Seretean Wellness Center PANOK received a 4 year SAMHSA's Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG) funding to work with the University and Community Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition...
    • Cushing oil field : historic preservation survey.

    • Oil fields--Oklahoma--Cushing--History.; Cushing (Okla.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Historic districts--Oklahoma--Cushing.
    • Time Period: 1912-1920; District Area: Roughly ten miles long (N-S) by three miles wide (E-W) including the southeastern part of Payne County, northwestern Creek County, and northeastern Lincoln County, Oklahoma

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