Dispute leads to ZOOM unavailability for Corporation Commission meetings


A dispute involving a vendor who provides ZOOM service for meetings of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission has resulted in the public no longer being able to access and view live meetings of the commission.

An announcement Monday afternoon described it this way:

“Due to a vendor contract dispute beyond the control of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) and the Office of Management & Enterprise Services, ZOOM is not available for hearings posted on the Tuesday, July 9, 2024, docket.”

The vendor was not identified. Those who had indicated they would join the hearing virtually were informed they would have to appear in person at the Commission’s 1:30 p.m. meeting at the Will Rogers Memorial Office Building courtroom located at 2401 N. Lincoln Blvd in Oklahoma City.

“The vendors are working to resolve the contract issue. If access to ZOOM is restored prior to the 8:30 AM docket call on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, a live link will be available on the OCC website,” stated the announcement.