Search the collections of documents and publications for Oklahoma agencies on Documents.OK.Gov. Access thousands of state government publications and documents that were available only through official Oklahoma state agency websites beginning in November 2006. 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 requires the State of Oklahoma Chief Information Officer (CIO) to develop and maintain an online repository to make forms available to the public. State agencies are required to submit all forms in a searchable electronic version for inclusion in this collection. Search Forms.OK.Gov.
Depository Libraries in Oklahoma
Extensive collections of state government publications are available at the Oklahoma Publications Clearinghouse in the Allen Wright Memorial Library, 200 N.E. 18 Street in Oklahoma City, and in certain local depository libraries across the state. All Oklahoma depository libraries provide reference assistance and participate in interlibrary loan. In addition to the local depositories, the Clearinghouse also provides copies of state publications to the State Documents Section of the Library of Congress.
“…any office, officer, department, division, unit, bureau, board, commission, authority, institution, substate planning district, or agency in any branch of the state government, and all sub-divisions of each when applicable”
The Value of State Publications
State publications are an important part of the state’s policy-making process. They tend to be the most current source for statistical data, and often contain information not available elsewhere.
- State publications contain consumer information to help you make informed product choices.
- They contain educational information to help you plan your future.
- State publications contain regulatory information which impacts your life.
- They contain recreational information to help you plan your free time.
Some Examples of State Publications:
- Map of Oklahoma
- Oklahoma Almanac
- Oklahoma Driver’s Manual
- Oklahoma Today Magazine
- Outdoor Oklahoma Magazine
All digitized publications are also searchable with WorldCat.
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