Mike Jackson Named State Chamber EVP of Government & Political Affairs

The State Chamber of Oklahoma announced today that Mike Jackson has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Government & Political Affairs. Read More >>

Nicole Boyles Promoted to VP of Strategic Partners at State Chamber

The State Chamber of Oklahoma has promoted Nicole Boyles to Vice President of Strategic Partners. Read More >>

A 21st-century tax system – Part II

Our basic tax code, despite numerous amendments and revisions, was established almost 100 years ago. The world has dramatically changed since our code was enacted.  Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma Comments on Corporation Commission Executive Order

The Oklahoma Corporation Commission regulates around 70% of the business in state, so it is vital that the work is being done as efficiently and expeditiously as possible.  Read More >>

Building a 21st-century government – Part I

It is abundantly clear that both business and government leaders believe it’s time for a serious discussion about fundamental changes to our governmental structures to better meet the needs of the 21st century.  Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma Welcomes New Executive Committee and Board Members

State Chamber of Oklahoma members recently elected a new board of directors and welcomed a new executive committee to its ranks.  Read More >>

State Chamber Research Foundation Launches OK2030 Website

The State Chamber of Research Foundation has launched the website to provide an online platform for its strategic vision plan for the state, OK2030. Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma Holds Annual Meeting

The State Chamber of Oklahoma held its annual meeting Wednesday at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. The meeting featured the installment of a new State Chamber Board of Directors Chairman, the election of a new Board and a keynote address from Edie Weiner, author of “FutureThink.”


When Government Is Good

The entrenched bureaucracy of a government can slow processes down and diminish efficiencies. There has long been a push to have government emulate private sector business practices to increase productivity, innovation and return on investment. The business community supports and applauds these efforts. Certain sectors of government are becoming more efficient, and we must expand these initiatives to save taxpayer dollars. Read More >>

State Chamber of Oklahoma Comments on 2017 Legislative Session

“While we understand the difficulty this session presented, the budget process in the Legislature this year has been extremely frustrating. Like many Oklahomans, the business community has been disappointed by the political gamesmanship and dysfunctional approach to the formulation of the budget.  Read More >>

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