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Transparency in State Government

Open Records

About Oklahoma's Freedom of Information Laws

The Oklahoma open meetings and open records act help make the work of the state transparent. The purpose of the act is to ensure and facilitate the public's right of access to and review of government records so they may efficiently and intelligently exercise their inherent political power.

We can process requests pertaining only to records of the Attorney's Generals' office. If you seek records from another agency, please direct the request to that specific agency. 

Read the Open Records Act.

Open Records Request

Questions or concerns regarding open records should be directed to [email protected]

Data Collection

To review the Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General's public notice on data collection. 

More FOIA Resources

FAQ on to Certain Sections of the Oklahoma Open Meetings Act
FAQ to Certain Sections of the Oklahoma Open Meetings Act

Order your copy of the Open Meeting Open Records Act book