MISSION STATEMENT

The Osage Nation Gaming Commission (ONGC) was established to preserve and protect the integrity of the Osage Nation’s gaming activities by shielding it from corrupting influences, ensuring fair and honest practices by patrons and operators, enforcing all applicable gaming laws and internal controls, and ensuring that the Osage Nation and Osage People are the primary beneficiaries of the gaming revenues.

The ONGC is made up of five (5) sub-divisions and maintains nine (9) separate offices.  The ONGC is responsible for the licensure of all casino employees and vendors, ensuring the compliance of all gaming systems and operations, monitoring of all gaming activities, surveillance, and the quasi-judicial administrative functions associated with regulating the Osage Nation’s gaming activities.

ONGC NOTICE OF PROPOSED TICS REVISION

Comment Period: 30 Days

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Osage Nation Gaming Commission Notice of TICS Revision dated September 18, 2018:  #18-02

The Osage Nation Gaming Commission is proposing the following TICS revision. 

Comments may be made by interested parties for 30 days.  Comments need to be mailed to the Osage Nation Gaming Commission at 612 Leahy Avenue, Pawhuska, Ok. 74056 or emailed to ehembree@osagenation-nsn.gov.

Proposed Amendments to the Osage Nation Gaming Regulations:

Payment to Attorneys representing a Licensed Facility or the Osage Nation Gaming Enterprise.

Before any payment may be made to an attorney retained to represent a licensed facility or the Osage Nation Gaming Enterprise, a copy of the contract with the attorney and a copy of the certification from the Principal Chief must be submitted to the Director of the Osage Nation Gaming Commission.

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Osage Nation Gaming Commission Notice of TICS Revision dated September 18, 2018:  #18-03

The Osage Nation Gaming Commission is proposing the following TICS revision. 

Comments may be made by interested parties for 30 days.  Comments need to be mailed to the Osage Nation Gaming Commission at 612 Leahy Avenue, Pawhuska, Ok. 74056 or emailed to ehembree@osagenation-nsn.gov.

Proposed Amendments to the Osage Nation Gaming Regulations:

The following building codes and laws are adopted to ensure the health, welfare and safety of the Osage Nation gaming facilities, employees, patrons, and guest:

BUILDING CODES AND STANDARDS:

BUILDING CODE:

2015 IBC

FIRE CODE:

2015 FC

PLUMBING CODE:

2015 IPC

MECHANICAL CODE:

2015 IMC

ELECGTRICAL CODE:

2014 NEC

ENERGY CODE:

2015 IECC

INTERANATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE:

2015 IFGC

PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGISHERS

NFPA 10-13

INSTALLAION FO SPRINKLERS-2010 EDITION

NFPA 13-13

INSTALLATION OF STANDPIPE AND HOSE SYSTEMS

NFPA 14-13

DRY CHEMICAL EXTINGISHING SYSTEM

NFPA 17-13

WET CHEMICAL EXTINGISHING SYSTEM

NFPA 17A-13

INSTALLATION OF STATIONARY PUMPS FOR FIRE PROTECTION

NFPA 20-13

STANDARDS FOR WATER TANKS FOR PRIVATE FIRE PROTECTION

NFPA 22

STANDARDS FOR INSTALLATION OF PRIVATE FIRE SERVICE MAINS AND THEIR APPURTENANCES

NFPA 24

INSTALLATION OF PRIVATE FIRE SERVICE MAINS AND THEIR APPURTENANCES

NFPA 24-07

NATIONAL FIRE ALARM CODE

NFPA 72-13

AMERICAN DISABILITIES ACT

ADA

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Osage Nation Gaming Commission Notice of TICS Revision dated September 18, 2018:  #18-04

The Osage Nation Gaming Commission is proposing the following TICS revision. 

Comments may be made by interested parties for 30 days.  Comments need to be mailed to the Osage Nation Gaming Commission at 612 Leahy Avenue, Pawhuska, Ok. 74056 or emailed to ehembree@osagenation-nsn.gov.

Proposed Amendments to the Osage Nation Gaming Regulations:

Current TICS:           TICS 350.2  Associate attire.

Attire worn by associates who perform a cash/chip handling role (including supervisors/managers) shall have no pockets or pockets must be securely closed.

TICS Revision Requested:     TICS 350.2  Associate Attire:

Attire worn by all associates who perform a cash/chip handling role in sensitive areas, including the drop team, soft count room, main bank, and cage, shall have no pockets or pockets must be securely closed.