With newfound hiring power, Stitt still interviewing for state agency directors

By Carmen FormanStaff writer cforman@oklahoman.comAfter the Oklahoma Legislature granted Gov. Kevin Stitt unprecedented oversight of certain state agencies this year, Stitt has not made sweeping changes to who leads some the state’s largest agencies.
He is still mulling over who he wants to lead the Department of Corrections, Oklahoma Health Care Authority and Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Stitt has not said if he will keep on the current agency heads or hire new agency directors to manage those three agencies.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Carmen Forman
Staff writer cforman@oklahoman.com

After the Oklahoma Legislature granted Gov. Kevin Stitt unprecedented oversight of certain state agencies this year, Stitt has not made sweeping changes to who leads some the state’s largest agencies.

He is still mulling over who he wants to lead the Department of Corrections, Oklahoma Health Care Authority and Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

Stitt has not said if he will keep on the current agency heads or hire new agency directors to manage those three agencies.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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