Public Comment on TX BoS CoC Coordinated Entry Written Standards
The TX BoS CoC announces the opening of the public comment period for the TX BoS CoC Coordinated Entry Written Standards.

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A public comment period allows for stakeholders in the Balance of State to review proposed policy, procedure, and statutory compliance implementation and provide feedback based on experience and expertise. You are a stakeholder in this process if you live or work within the Texas Balance of State’s geographic coverage area.

All proposed revisions follow the same general format, that is, substituted text will be in the minor font color, and appended to the document in line.

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·Read the document thoroughly.
·Be concise but support your claims.
·The support for your claims should be based on sound reasoning, scientific evidence, and/or how you will be impacted.
·Address trade-offs and opposing views in your comment.
·There is no minimum or maximum length for an effective comment.
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·Focus on content, not on formatting.

The TX BoS CoC greatly appreciates your time and attention to providing helpful and constructive comments.

You may submit comments in 3 rounds of public comments.
Round 1: January 6, 2020 to January 17, 2020
Round 2: January 27, 2020 to February 7, 2020
Round 3: February 17, 2020 to February 28, 2020

The deadline for submitting comments is Friday, February 28, 2020, at 11:59 P.M.

Questions about the Coordinated Entry Written Standards can be submitted to Linda Xiong, Systems Change Specialist at or 512-861-2129.

***NOTE: You may submit this form more than once if you have more comments in the future.***
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