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Oklahoma Attorney General's Office Launches Redesigned Website

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NEWS RELEASE FROM THE OKLAHOMA ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE

OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Scott Pruitt on Monday announced the Attorney General’s Office has launched a redesigned website with new features to provide the public a more functional and user-friendly experience. The new website located at www.ok.gov/oag includes new features such as social media connectivity, quick links to legal research resources, and the ability to sign-up for updates from the Attorney General’s Office.

“It’s important that we provide an informative and functional website to keep Oklahomans up to date on the issues handled by the Attorney General’s Office,” Attorney General Pruitt said. “Not only is our redesigned website more visually appealing, but it also offers a more user-friendly experience for Oklahomans searching for information about the AG’s Office or other legal topics. Our redesigned website also allows Oklahomans to easily report consumer fraud and abuse, as well as other consumer complaints. I am pleased our new site can serve as a complete resource for the public and encourage Oklahomans to visit our site to learn more.”

The new website features links to the Attorney General’s accounts on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. There are links for the public to e-mail the Attorney General or submit scheduling requests. Additionally, the forms used to file consumer complaints, or other complaints of waste and fraud of taxpayer dollars, are organized in a central location. The public also can sign up for news updates.

The website was built using OK.gov’s GoGov! Web Management Suite. OK.gov is the official website of the state of Oklahoma and a collaborative effort between the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) and Oklahoma Interactive, LLC to help Oklahoma government entities web-enable their information services. OMES is responsible for OK.gov. Oklahoma Interactive operates, maintains, and markets OK.gov and is part of eGovernment firm NIC’s family of companies.

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