Oklahoma Business Briefs, June 10

Oklahoma Business Briefs, June 10
Oklahoman Published: June 9, 2014

OKLAHOMA BRIEFS

Attorney general chooses unit chief

The Oklahoma Attorney General’s office has a new chief for its public utilities unit, which represents consumers in rate cases at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Jerry Sanger, who joined the attorney general’s office in April 2013, is the new chief, Attorney General Scott Pruitt said Monday. Sanger was previously an environmental attorney at the Department of Environmental Quality. “Jerry’s experience with the Department of Environmental Quality and his recent service to the AG’s office provide an excellent foundation for leadership as unit chief,” Pruitt said in a statement. “Jerry’s commitment and dedication will assist the AG’s Office in protecting the interests of Oklahoma utility rate-payers.” Sanger succeeds Bill Humes, who was promoted to senior assistant attorney general, said spokesman Aaron Cooper.

Health data firm launches

EngageHi2, a privately owned IT consulting firm focused on healthcare information management, has launched its business. The company said it specializes in clinical and evidence-based consulting services; information management; project management; and assisting with planning hardware selection and installation, and IT services and support.

Enable to upgrade Cox City facility

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