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Use of Information
As required under Title 74, Section 3106.4 the Construction Industries Board is providing the following information:
The Construction Industry Board (CIB) collects personally identifiable data that is part of the application process for a license, registration, endorsement (see applications), or if a disciplinary action occurs. The CIB protects all personally identifiable data in accordance with the State of Oklahoma Information Security policies, procedures, guidelines (as applicable) at: https://www.ok.gov/cio/documents/InfoSecPPG.pdf and the technology that coincides with those policies, etc., and the State of Oklahoma Records Management Act, 67 O.S. § 201, et seq.
The CIB shall keep all personally identifiable data confidential as allowed by law, but public policy and statutory requirements allow for the public’s right of access to and review of certain government records not otherwise exempted by case law or Oklahoma Attorney General Opinions. Under 51 O.S. § 24A.2 of the Open Records Act, it states:
“As the Oklahoma Constitution recognizes and guarantees, all political power is inherent in the people. Thus, it is the public policy of the State of Oklahoma that the people are vested with the inherent right to know and be fully informed about their government. The Oklahoma Open Records Act shall not create, directly or indirectly, any rights of privacy or any remedies for violation of any rights of privacy; nor shall the Oklahoma Open Records Act, except as specifically set forth in the Oklahoma Open Records Act, establish any procedures for protecting any person from release of information contained in public records. The purpose of this act is to ensure and facilitate the public's right of access to and review of government records so they may efficiently and intelligently exercise their inherent political power. The privacy interests of individuals are adequately protected in the specific exceptions to the Oklahoma Open Records Act or in the statutes which authorize, create or require the records. Except where specific state or federal statutes create a confidential privilege, persons who submit information to public bodies have no right to keep this information from public access nor reasonable expectation that this information will be kept from public access; provided, the person, agency or political subdivision shall at all times bear the burden of establishing such records are protected by such a confidential privilege. Except as may be required by other statutes, public bodies do not need to follow any procedures for providing access to public records except those specifically required by the Oklahoma Open Records Act.”