The Oklahoma Information Fusion Center (OIFC) was first authorized by then-Governor Brad Henry’s
Executive Order 2007-41, on October 16, 2007, which directs the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security
and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to manage the OIFC. The Order was reauthorized by former
Governor Mary Fallin in 2011
and by Governor Kevin Stitt on April 12, 2019.
The Oklahoma Information Fusion Center (OIFC) will serve as the focal point for the collection,
assessment, analysis and dissemination of terrorism intelligence and other criminal activity
information relating to Oklahoma.
The OIFC monitors the world for events that may have an affect on Oklahoma. There are lessons to be
learned from each incident that will help the OIFC prepare for and prevent a similar incident.
The Oklahoma Information Fusion Center (OIFC) acts as a central information hub for several State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) agencies to share information. Other partners include federal agencies and private sector entities.
For additional information on each partner, please click the links below.
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