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Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) is a voluntary association of city, town and county governments within the Central Oklahoma area. The ACOG region includes Oklahoma, Cleveland, Canadian and Logan Counties.

Subject:   Government,  Government - Counties ,  Government - US States

Central Oklahoma Economic Development District (COEDD)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

Central Oklahoma EDD focuses our insights on an area which experiences an aging workforce. It centralizes our thoughts on how to achieve economic development with a populous community of people who form an aging workforce, and how to exactly tackle the problem about sustaining financial growth in the area. Thus, central oklahoma edd forms an area agency on aging, giving us great insights on how areas can be made up mainly of aging populations, but still be able to keep up the economic momentum to sustain the economy in the area.

Subject:   Government Government - US States,  Government - Counties

Children and Youth, Oklahoma Commission on

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Sep, 2010

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth is to improve services to children by: facilitating joint planning and coordination among public and private agencies; independent monitoring of the children and youth service system for compliance with established responsibilities; and entering into agreements to test models and demonstration programs for effective services.

Subject:   Government - US States,  Government - Counties

Commerce, Oklahoma Department of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jul, 2010

Description:

Our mission is to increase the quantity and quality of jobs in Oklahoma. We do that by attracting and growing businesses, building strong communities, encouraging the growth of knowledge-based industries, and ensuring an available, skilled workforce.

Subject:   Government,  Government - Counties ,  Government - Cities

Kiamichi Economic Development District of Oklahoma (KEDDO)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Apr, 2011

Description:

KEDDO was founded in 1967 after a group of local civic and business leaders met and petitioned the Economic Development Administration (EDA) for funding of a local organization to accomplish overall economic planning and development for the seven county region of Choctaw, Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore, McCurtain, Pittsburg and Pushmataha Counties.

Subject:   Government,  Government - Counties ,  Government - US States

Northern Oklahoma Development Authority (NODA)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

NODA is an association of local governments voluntarily joining together to work with common interests for greater economy of each entity and the benefit of all. Authority membership is available to the counties of Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Kingfisher, Major and Noble and all public agencies having some jurisdiction within the eight listed counties. This may include cities and towns, soil and water conservation districts, school districts, authorities or political subdivisions. Associate membership is available to unincorporated rural areas, businesses and industries.

Subject:   Government,  Government - Counties ,  Government - US States

Oklahoma Economic Development Authority (OEDA)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

A Trust Authority of Local Governments Representing: Beaver, Cimarron, Dewey, Ellis, Harper, Texas, Woods, and Woodward counties.

Subject:   Government,  Government - Counties ,  Government - US States

South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA), headquartered in Burns Flat, was created in 1971 in a joint effort by municipalities, counties and conservation districts in Beckham, Custer, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, Roger Mills and Washita counties. From these governmental units and from other population segments in the region, 30 representatives are elected to serve on SWODA's governing board. The board of trustees determines policy for SWODA. Leaders in these communities recognized that some problems shared by many of these governments could be better solved if they worked together.

Subject:   Government Government - US States,  Government - Counties

State Courts Network, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jul, 2013

Description:

The Oklahoma Court System is made up of the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, the Court of Civil Appeals, and 77 District Courts. Administrative services for the Court System are provided by the Administrative Office of the Courts.

Subject:   Government Government - US States,  Government - Counties

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