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Oklahoma Capitol Improvement Authority

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Oklahoma Capitol Improvement Authority
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Agency overview
FormedJune 27, 1959
HeadquartersWill Rogers Office Building
2401 Lincoln
Oklahoma City
Ministers responsible
WebsiteOklahoma Capitol Improvement Authority

The Oklahoma Capitol Improvement Authority (OCIA) is an Oklahoma state agency responsible for issuing bonds to finance the construction of buildings or other facilities for the State of Oklahoma, its departments and agencies.

The Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services's Capital Asset Management Division is responsible for providing staff support services to the Authority. The Attorney General of Oklahoma provides legal counsel to OCIA and the Oklahoma State Bond Advisor provides advice on the issuance of bonds and other obligations.

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As of June 2013, the Commission has the following members:

Agency Incumbent Position on Authority Other government position
Governor Mary Fallin Chair
Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb Vice Chair
State Treasurer Ken A. Miller
Office of Management and Enterprise Services Preston Doerflinger Secretary Secretary of Finance and Revenue
Tax Commission Dwan Cash
Department of Human Services Ed Lake
Department of Tourism and Recreation Deby Snodgress
Department of Transportation Gary Ridley Secretary of Transportation

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