Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has asked the state’s Auditor and Inspector to take a look at the state’s Department of Corrections’ organizational structure, as well as a 2007 study of the agency.

The move follows the announcement that Justin Jones, DOC director, will step down in August.

Fallin asked for a re-examination of a 2007 study of the DOC performed by the consulting firm MGT. That report outlined 141 recommendations, and tallies nearly 300 pages.

Here’s the full MGT report:


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