Happy Thanksgiving

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We at the Texas Computer Cooperative would like to wish you a relaxing and enjoyable Thanksgiving. Don’t forget that we’ll be closed Wednesday through Friday, but will be back on Monday, November 27th.

iTCCS On Call

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Thanksgiving is coming up next week. And that generally means that all will be quiet at school. But did you know that if there is an emergency, iTCCS has someone on call all week? That’s dedication. We’ll keep our fingers crossed that y’all have a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. Just know that we’re here for you if you need us. Questions? Ask away.

TRS TEAM & Fall PEIMS

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As we’re all adjusting to TRS TEAM and hammering through Fall PEIMS, we just want to remind you that iTCCS is here for you. We’re making sure you’re going to be in compliance with TEAM and ready for TSDS PEIMS Fall submissions. This is always a hectic time of year, but don’t forget that you’ll get through it and we’ll be there to help. We’re all in this together, after all. Contact us.

Daylight Savings Time

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We’re guessing that you noticed (and enjoyed!) that extra hour of sleep this weekend. We sure did. And we slept comfortably knowing that iTCCS dealt with it in its sleep (well, you know, it was a breeze). Questions about iTCCS? Let us know — we’re nicely refreshed.

Astros!

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The Texas Computer Cooperative (CareerPortal, iTCCS & TxEIS) would like to congratulate the Astros on their World Series win last night. As software made for Texans by Texans in Texas, we couldn’t be prouder of their determination and accomplishments. We like to think we have some of that spirit here at the TCC. Go ‘Stros!

TSDS PEIMS Fall Submission

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Don’t forget that TSDS PEIMS is officially ready for submissions on October 20th. Just the start of the PEIMS submissions. These are some of the things that make it so important. Fall PEIMS is used to calculate compensatory entitlement, monitor special programs, and report to the federal government, to name just a few things. It’s important data so you’ll be glad that you use iTCCS. Let us know if you have any questions.