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Governor Stitt Continues 19 Executive Orders

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Governor Kevin Stitt issued a continuance today to preserve the following Executive Orders:

  • 1993-20: Establishing the Developmental Disabilities Council (as amended on September 5, 2002)
  • 1996-07: Designating the Office of Juvenile Affairs as the agency responsible for state juvenile justice plans
  • 2015-09: Continuing the enhanced and streamlined Oklahoma AMBER Alert
  • 2015-35: Authorizing the State Adjutant General to arm certain full-time military personnel on military installations throughout Oklahoma
  • 2019-10: Appointing Commissioner of the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety to serve as designee for authorizing agencies to maintain minimum services during hazardous weather
  • 2019-14: Directing OMES to assist State agencies with disposal of underutilized real property assets
  • 2019-15: Appointing Director of DCAM as designee for closing state offices/buildings, within the jurisdiction of DCAM, due to unsafe working conditions
  • 2019-38: Establishing Governor’s Science & Innovation Council
  • 2019-39: Establishing Governor’s Aerospace & Autonomous Systems Council
  • 2020-02: Moratorium on non-essential travel by state employees to California
  • 2020-03: Directing state agencies to identify two existing regulations for repeal per each set of newly promulgated permanent rules
  • 2020-10: Designates Director of DHS to act as Governor’s designee for certain filings with the federal government
  • 2021-16: State agencies cannot require members of the public to wear a mask or show proof of a vaccination in order to receive government services
  • 2021-29: Designating the State Department of Education as the lead agency for administration of Part C of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; creation of the Interagency Coordinating Council for Early Childhood Intervention
  • 2022-10: State Holidays 2023
  • 2022-13: Implementing Mission: Secure Oklahoma Schools
  • 2022-18: Directing the State Board of Education to comply with Janus v. AFSCME, 138 S. Ct. 2448 (2018)
  • 2022-31: Ordering the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security and the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety to oversee and manage the Oklahoma Information Fusion Center, provided the center shall be renamed the Oklahoma Counter Terrorism Intelligence Center.
  • 2022-33: Banning TikTok on state computers

The Executive Order can be read in full here.

Last Modified on Mar 29, 2023
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