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Governor Kevin Stitt Appoints Jerry Moore as Oklahoma Chief Information Officer

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Steven Harpe

J. Kevin Stitt


For Immediate Release

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Kevin Stitt today appointed Jerry Moore as state government’s chief information officer, a position that oversees information technology services for all state agencies.

"Throughout his career, Jerry has exhibited his expertise in the design and management of high-performance, cost-effective technology solutions,” said Governor Stitt. “His expertise is exactly what we need to continue to improve services across state government and move Oklahoma forward.”

Moore has served as director of IT applications services since 2017. His previous information technology experience includes positions with Devon Energy, ConocoPhillips, Alliance Resource Partners, Xeta Technologies (now Windstream) and the Tulsa Technology Center.

As CIO, Moore will report to Steven Harpe, director of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services.

“Jerry’s more than 20 years of experience in technology leadership in the public and private sectors will serve Oklahomans well as we continue our efforts in becoming a Top Ten state,” Harpe said. “He has a proven record in identifying and executing new technologies to solve business problems.”

Moore, his wife of 17 years and their three daughters reside in Edmond.

Media Contact

Jake Lowrey
Interim Director of Public Affairs
405-437-7991 | [email protected]

About the Office of Management and Enterprise Services

The Office of Management and Enterprise Services provides financial, property, purchasing, human resources and information technology services to all state agencies, and assists the Governor’s Office on budgetary policy matters. Our mission:  Provide excellent service, expert guidance and continuous improvement in support of our partners’ goals. For more information, visit


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