The state’s technology-based economic development agency marked its 20th anniversary yesterday by thanking a former governor who helped get the idea started and the current governor for working to get the agency more money.
Former Gov. George Nigh and Gov. Brad Henry were presented awards during a brief ceremony capped by anniversary cake on the state Capitol’s 4th-floor rotunda.
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology generates more than $17 in federal and private money for each dollar of state money it receives, said Michael Carolina, the agency’s executive director.…
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