B. If disclosure would give an unfair advantage to competitors or bidders, a public body may keep confidential records relating to:
1. Bid specifications for competitive bidding prior to publication by the public body; or
2. Contents of sealed bids prior to the opening of bids by a public body; or
3. Computer programs or software but not data thereon; or
4. Appraisals relating to the sale or acquisition of real estate by a public body prior to award of a contract; or
5. The prospective location of a private business or industry prior to public disclosure of such prospect except for records otherwise open to inspection such as applications for permits or licenses.
C. Except as set forth hereafter, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce may keep confidential:
1. Business plans, feasibility studies, financing proposals, marketing plans, financial statements or trade secrets submitted by a person or entity seeking economic advice from the Oklahoma Department of Commerce; and
2. Information compiled by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce in response to those submissions.
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce may not keep confidential that submitted information when and to the extent the person or entity submitting the information consents to disclosure.
D. Although they must provide public access to their records, including records of the name, address, rate paid for services, charges, and payment for each customer, public bodies that provide utility services to the public may keep confidential credit information, credit card numbers, telephone numbers, social security numbers, and bank account information for individual customers; provided that, where a public body performs billing or collection services for a utility regulated by the Corporation Commission pursuant to a contractual agreement, any customer or individual payment data obtained or created by the public body in performance of the agreement shall not be a record for purposes of this act.
§ 24A.10a. Oklahoma Medical Center