SoonerSearch is your quick search to locate information from the websites of nearly 200 Oklahoma state government agencies, higher ed, programs, and portals.
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 archives, documents, photographs, newspapers, reports, pamphlets, posters, maps and audio/visual content. Content ranges from the late 1800s to the present day.
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. These materials provide a glimpse in to the work of state government from its beginnings.
The State Archives and Records Management combined have accessioned and processed more than 65,000 cubic feet of records reflecting approximately 5,000 series. These materials include records of most state agencies and constitutional officers, vividly reflecting the history of Oklahoma State government.
Through Documents.OK.Gov, you can access thousands of state government publications and documents that were available only through official Oklahoma state agency websites. Also included are digitized versions of other selected state print publications dating back to 1978. For pre-1978 publications, please check the Resources about Oklahoma digital collection.
Oklahoma state agencies issue a variety of forms for use by Oklahoma citizens and businesses. The Oklahoma State Government Forms One-Stop Initiative develops and maintains an online repository to make forms available to the public.
The 100 Years of Oklahoma Governors collection consists of information and archival finding aids related to each gubernatorial administration beginning with the state’s first governor Charles N. Haskell (1907-1911) and ending with the administration of Frank Keating (1994-2003)
This publication contains a thorough listing of all Oklahoma state agencies. The ABC Book includes listings for Oklahoma elected officers, cabinet, legislature, high courts, and institutions.
Find a quick reference to Oklahoma’s Elected Officials.
Archive-It is a web archiving service from the Internet Archive that helps to harvest, build, and preserve collections of Oklahoma’s digital content. Peruse the archived history of our state government’s web presence.
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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.
OK.Gov, the state’s official web portal, has provided Oklahoma citizens and businesses with 24/7 access to state government information and services since 2001.
Find out who represents you in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and Oklahoma Senate. Find current legislative measures, committees, statutes, live video, the directory, legislative calendar, bill search and more.