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Oklahoma Employment Security Act

Rules for the Administration of the Oklahoma Employment Security Act

OESC Precedent Manual
Read and quickly navigate this manual to learn more about the legal precedents governing OESC and Unemployment Insurance Program.

Proposed Rule Amendments for 2022


Federal Grants

Read our reports regarding the funding of the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission by the Federal Government. The information posted under requirements of Senate Bill 271 which requires a report of all federal funds received by the agency and the programs for which the federal funds are used.

Federal Grants Report 

Federal Grants Cost Report


Other Policies

Accessibility
Learn about how people of various abilities can access information or interact with us.

Privacy Policy
Learn about the information we collect on our sites, how we treat that information, and with who we share it.

OESC Civil Rights Policy
Read about the Civil Rights Office (CRO) ongoing commitment to Equal Opportunity efforts.

OESC Internal Audit and Fraud Reporting
Learn more about how we maintain accuracy, stay on track to achieve strategic business objectives and how you can prevent or report fraud.

Digital Content Sharing Policy
Read our policy regarding external links, resources, and content sharing, as well as find out how to have your site/content appear on OESC communication channels.

OESC Use of Social Media
Read our guidelines for the way OESC uses social media sites and apps.

Vendor Services Questionnaire

Vendor Products Questionnaire


Personally Identifiable Information

In accordance with Okla. Stat. tit. 74, § 3106.4, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (the “OESC”) may store the following Personally Identifiable Information types: Social Security numbers; federal employer identification numbers; copies of one or more of the following documents: driver’s licenses, ID cards issued by federal, state or local government agencies or entities, military cards or draft records, birth certificates, United States passports. 

This information is stored on the agency’s secured servers or in secured locations if in paper form. 

It is the OESC’s practice to release agency records, including PII, in compliance with the Open Records Act, unless they are exempted by the Open Records Act, such as records required to be kept confidential by law, privileged, or are subject to a confidentiality or protective order, and to other government agencies as required by law.