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Oklahoma Department of Commerce


With federal funding on the line, LUCA program needs help from local governments

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is working on the Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) for the 2020 Census. LUCA is the only opportunity that ...

Bristow breaks ground on new runway

Commerce representatives were in Bristow for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new runway and support facilities at Jones Memorial Airport. The ...

Commerce visits Gathering Place of Tulsa

The Commerce Team visited the soon-to-open Gathering Place of Tulsa. The “Gathering Place,” a beautiful 100-acre park located on South Riverside ...

Sofidel groundbreaking marks major manufacturing investment in Inola

Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) officials including Secretary of Commerce Deby Snodgrass, Director of Business Development Charles ...

2018 GIS Day at the Capitol

Last week our agency participated in GIS Day at the Capitol. Geographic Information Services (GIS) are technologies that display data and information ...

Community service grants help low income Oklahomans, support communities

Community Service Block Grants (CSBGs) play a vital role in the health of Oklahoma’s communities and low income families. The grants are a big part ...

DISH expands Tulsa operations with new sales and retention center

TV provider DISH is expanding its Tulsa operation with the addition of a new sales and retention center. Some employees have already been hired as ...

GRDA turbines most efficient in western hemisphere

Members of our team toured GRDA facilities, including their new combined cycle natural gas generation facility yesterday. The 495 MW turbine, ...

New investment opportunities discussed in Muskogee

Commerce and Tourism Secretary Deby Snodgrass spoke with Muskogee area manufacturers and economic development experts at the Greater Muskogee ...

Developing Oklahoma’s northeast region – Q&A with Charlotte Howe

Charlotte Howe has worked at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC) for just over a year, as Oklahoma Northeast Regional Development Specialist. ...

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