1 03 2013

OK-SAFE, Inc. Blog

OK-SAFE, Inc. – The state’s checkbook is now online.  Currently, expenditures and collections by functions of government or agency are listed, plus payments by the Treasurer’s office are viewable.  The Treasurer’s press release further states that “Work is also underway to incorporate the receipt of federal funds into the automated reporting system.”

One can only hope that the federal funding information will include details about federal grants – the title of the grant and issuing agency, the state agency/entity requesting the grant, amount of disbursement, and expenditure information.

News Release

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Treasurer Miller Launches “Oklahoma Treasury Online Checkbook”

New website gives taxpayers easy access to payments and deposits

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma taxpayers now have a quick and easy way to examine state government’s spending with the “Oklahoma Treasury Online Checkbook” launched today by State Treasurer Ken Miller.

“Banks give their customers online access to their accounts…

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