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A shared data platform for state services

Wednesday, April 06, 2022

The Office of Management and Enterprise Services partnered with Google to create the state’s first cloud-based central data platform. This new resource makes it easier for state government to meet citizens’ needs and inform state leaders on how to best tackle some of our biggest challenges – from the COVID-19 pandemic to modern service delivery.

The State Data Platform connects individual state agencies that offer complimentary services, from food benefits and school attendance to mental health and driver’s license support. Its hub-and-spoke data sharing style allows agencies to work together to help improve the lives of Oklahomans, while ensuring all information is protected and secure.

Watch the OMES video to take a look at the service efficiencies on the horizon for Oklahomans. 

Additional information can be found in the Google case study.  

Last Modified on Apr 06, 2022
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