Title 580. Department of Central Services  


Chapter 1. Administrative Operations [revoked]
Chapter 10. Facilities Management [revoked]
Chapter 15. Central Purchasing [revoked]
Chapter 16. Central Purchasing [revoked]
Chapter 20. Construction and Properties [revoked]
Chapter 25. Risk Management Program [revoked]
Chapter 30. Motor Pool Division [revoked]
Chapter 35. Fleet Management Division [revoked]
Chapter 40. Asbestos Abatement Division [revoked]
Chapter 45. Plan of Operation for Oklahoma State Agency for Surplus Property [revoked]
Chapter 50. Recycling [revoked]
Chapter 55. Alternative Fuels Program [revoked]
Chapter 60. Leasing and Space Standards [revoked]
Chapter 61. Oklahoma State Government Asset Reduction and Cost Savings Program [revoked]
Chapter 65. State Surplus Property [revoked]
Chapter 70. State Inventory [revoked]

Note

Editor's Note: Effective 9-12-14, the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) revoked the rules in this Title 580, as well as the rules of the three other agencies that were consolidated under OMES in 2011 [see Editor's Note below], and consolidated the rules of these agencies into its own Title 260. For additional information about this consolidation, see Editor's Notes at the beginning of Title 260 (Office of Management and Enterprise Services); Laws 2011, c. 302; Laws 2012, c. 303 and c. 304; and Laws 2013, c. 342.

Editor's Note: Effective 8-26-11, the Department of Central Services, along with three other agencies, was consolidated into the Office of State Finance (name later changed to Office of Management and Enterprise Services) [Laws 2011, c. 302, § 2(A) and Laws 2012, c. 303, § 3(A)]. As set forth in the 2011 legislation, and again in 2012 legislation, "[a]ll rules . . . of the consolidated agencies . . . shall continue in force and effect as rules . . . of the consolidated agencies until duly modified or abrogated by the appropriate body or until otherwise provided by law" [Laws 2011, c. 302, § 2(F) and Laws 2012, c. 303, § 3(D)]. Therefore, the rules of the Department continued to be codified and published under this Title 580 until the Office of Management and Enterprise Services consolidated the rules of the Department and the rules of the other consolidated agencies into its Title 260 on 9-12-14 [see Editor's Note above].

Editor's Note: Effective 4-3-92, the name of the Office of Public Affairs was changed to the Department of Central Services, pursuant to House Bill 2145 (1992). The initial codification of this agency's rules, including the alphabetical assignment of the agency's Title number, was completed before the agency's name was changed.