Okla. Gov. Fallin orders Cabinet to find govt. transparency examples

From Tulsa World:

OKLAHOMA CITY – As critics complain about her decisions to withhold public records, Gov. Mary Fallin has asked her 14 Cabinet members to bring "examples of transparency" to a meeting Wednesday, records show. 
The email – sent Friday to Fallin's 14 Cabinet members by Deputy Policy Director Andrew Silvestri – is labeled "high importance." 
The email goes on to state that Fallin's office will work with the newly organized Office of Management and Enterprise Services "to determine the volume of materials posted on ok.gov and Open Books, etc. and identify related legislation that the governor has signed that promote increased transparency. 
The Tulsa World requested Silvestri's email and all responses to it Friday under the Open Records Act following weeks of focus on Fallin's stance regarding public records. 
FOI Oklahoma Inc., a statewide openness in government watchdog, has criticized Fallin's "executive privilege" assertion.

Oklahoma FOI, Inc. is a member of NFOIC. — eds.