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Helping agencies deliver better services and truly transform the way state government interacts with our residents

State agencies are collaborating to help improve the lives of Oklahomans with the new State Data Platform, all while keeping everyone's data secure. This partnership allows citizens to apply for benefits or receive state services through a convenient and streamlined process, and also allows government employees to reach residents at the right time with the right message.

The Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) and Google Cloud created a centralized data hub to unify, share, and analyze an estimated 23 petabytes of data across sources and agencies, with tight protocols for security, standardization, and privacy over the next few years. Oklahoma agencies, affiliates, and municipalities can now identify and implement health and human services more quickly, and with greater ease, to help improve the quality of life for citizens.

The team developed a centralized data model, pulling in information from statewide databases to process queries in minutes instead of months.

Oklahoma agencies can share information to allow a level of collaboration and service delivery; rolling out targeted social programs faster and more efficiently to better serve the population.

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Google is a trusted technology partner who understands how to help agencies transition from legacy architectures and utilize their data to fuel true mission success. Google Cloud Platform provides cloud-native infrastructure with layered security, machine learning and analytics at web-scale to rapidly innovate and advance agency goals.