The State of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Department of Labor continually strive to increase and improve its transparency efforts with special emphasis toward making data easier to find and understand by providing user-friendly, visually organized websites and services. Oklahoma continues to improve both the number of datasets made available to citizens and the tools available for accessing and understanding that data. With the launch of the new data.ok.gov website, Oklahoma government extends its commitment to continual improvement and innovation in providing open access to deep information about state affairs.
Government Transparency Act of 2019 Reports
The Oklahoma Department of Labor shall publish, in this location and on the Oklahoma Digital Prairie website, a report regarding all applicable Memorandum of Understanding or Memorandum Agreements entered into after November 1, 2019, pursuant to Government Transparency Act of 2019.
To view ODOL Memorandum of Understanding or Memorandum Agreements click here.
Storage And Sharing of Personally Identifiable Data
The Oklahoma Department of Labor (“ODOL”) may collect personally identifiable data during the course of executing its statutorily mandated duties. This personally identifiable data may include information which can identify an individual including, but not limited to: name; birth date; place of birth; biometric records (fingerprints); Social Security number; official state- or government-issued driver license or identification number; alien registration number; government passport number; employer or taxpayer identification number; check drafts; paystubs; copies of IRS Form W2 or 1099; certificates and examination results; photographs; and medical, financial, or employment information.
This data is stored electronically on a server operated by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services. Fingerprint cards are forwarded to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and are not stored by ODOL. Personally identifiable data collected by the ODOL shall be kept confidential, except as disclosure may be required pursuant to the Oklahoma Open Records Act, 51 O.S. § 24A.1 et seq. Social Security numbers included in a record are kept confidential and are redacted or deleted prior to release of the record by ODOL. See 51 O.S. § 24A.5.
Disclosure of Federal Funds
The Oklahoma Department of Labor shall post an annual disclosure regarding all federal funds under the control of ODOL and the programs for which the federal funds are used. This information shall be posted in this location after the end of calendar year 2019 and each calendar year thereafter, pursuant to 62 O.S. § 34.42.1.