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Consultants contracted to help Oklahoma allocate $3.2 billion in COVID funds
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Consultants contracted to help Oklahoma allocate $3.2 billion in COVID funds

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A consulting company founded by Melissa McLawhorn Houston, a former Stitt administration member, will be paid $10,000 for a yearlong contract to help Oklahoma disburse federal pandemic relief funds. Guidehouse, which is helping more than 30 states, cities and counties with COVID aid, will be paid $383,930 through American Rescue Plan funds. 

OKLAHOMA CITY — Local and national consulting firms will help state lawmakers and Gov. Kevin Stitt's office solicit proposals for the stimulus funds designed to help Oklahoma recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, vet and rank the projects and ensure spending follows federal rules.

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