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The presiding chair shall designate whether public testimony will be taken at the beginning of the meeting, at the time the related item is taken up by the Board after staff has presented the item, or any other time as determined by the presiding chair. For procedures on testifying please go to http://www.highered.texas.gov/public-testimony.
Agenda and Materials
Agenda item V-A: Building a Talent Strong Texas Data Insight: credentials of value and student debt metrics PPT
Agenda item V-B: Consideration and possible action to approve the “60x30TX Progress Report”
Agenda item V-C: Update on Data Modernization Initiative PPT
Agenda item V-D: Consideration and possible action to approve amending the staff augmentation and technology service contracts pursuant to Rule 1.16 and Government Code, Chapter 2155, with Daman
Consulting Incorporated to increase funding, including exceeding $5 million, and extending the
contracts from September 30, 2022, to September 30, 2023, for:
(1) contractors working directly on the Data Modernization Initiative project; and
(2) backfill positions for the data modernization staff augmentation project Supplemental materials
Agenda item V-E: Consideration and possible action to approve amending the service contract pursuant to Government Code, Chapter 2155, with MDRC by extending the contract from June 30, 2022, to April 30, 2023, and adding additional funds to extend and enhance MDRC’s ongoing randomized-controlled trial evaluation of the Texas Transfer Grants Pilot Program Supplemental materials
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