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CCC Technology Center Highlights 

Porterville College students using systemwide technology resources; image courtesy of California Community Colleges Chancellor's OfficeWe offer dedicated support to see colleges through to successful implementation, configuration, and adoption of systemwide technology solutions, including professional development and ongoing customer service.

In our 25-year history of collaboration with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and community colleges statewide, the experience, vision, and execution of the CCC Technology Center have resulted in great strides forward for the system in areas like federated identity, application architecture, networking, and student services.

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Additional Resources

Grant Manual
The Grant Manual provides guidance and regulations for the use and applications of grant funding in all operations.

Guide to Bidding and Contracting
The guide to Bidding and Contracting provides guidance and information regarding compliance with all policies and procedures involved in acquiring contracted services.

Ed Code
The grant administration and operations team is subject to and closely follows all provisions of the California Education Code.

Grants.gov
The federal government provides overarching guidance for Grant Administration, see this site for further relevant information.

 

Contract Services and Accounts Payable

The Public Documentation page linked below contains all relevant information and submission links for: Vendors, Contractors, Butte College Employees, and non-Butte College Employees.

Click here for information, submissions, and forms.

Invoices

All invoices should be submitted via the CCC Technology Center Form.

Relevant Policy

District Policy regarding Accounts Payable
California Community Colleges Budget and Accounting Manual

Travel and Reimbursement

Butte College Employee Travel and Reimbursement

Pre-Travel Procedure

Before traveling a Travel Authorization form must be approved and submitted to the Business Office.

  1. Download the EMPLOYEE TRAVEL FORM to your desktop.
  2. Complete the TOP HALF of the form, making sure to document all related expenses.
  3. Collect all related documents and save in PDF format to be included with the submission.
  4. Upload your completed worksheet in EXCEL FORMAT (.xlsx) with your PDF of documentation to CCC Technology Center.
  5. Monitor your email for a request to review and electronically sign if needed.

Post-Travel Reimbursement

After your travel is complete follow the steps below for reimbursement of allowed expenses.

  1. Complete the BOTTOM HALF of the same EMPLOYEE TRAVEL FORM used for Pre-Travel.
  2. Complete the travel form with your expenses.
  3. Scan your receipts and save in PDF format.
  4. Upload your completed worksheet in EXCEL FORMAT (.xlsx) with your PDF-scanned receipts to CCC Technology Center.
  5. Monitor your email for a request to review and electronically sign your submission.

Please upload the travel form as an Excel file. All other documents should be PDF.

Other Travel and Reimbursement

Committee members, state agency representatives, and other authorized travelers who are NOT employees of the Butte-Glenn Community College District will use this procedure to obtain reimbursement for allowable travel expenses related to CCC project travel. This may include committee meetings, other project related meetings, trainings, or workshops.

  1. Download the TRAVEL FORM NON-EMPLOYEES to your desktop.
  2. Complete the travel form with your expenses.
  3. Scan your receipts and save in PDF format.
  4. Upload your completed worksheet in EXCEL FORMAT (.xlsx) with your PDF-scanned receipts to CCC Technology Center
  5. Monitor your email for a request to review and electronically sign your submission.

Please upload the travel form as an Excel file. All other documents should be PDF.

Questions Regarding Travel Reimbursement?

For any questions you may have about filling out and submitting travel forms, allowable expenses, reimbursement, etc., please refer to the Butte-Glenn Community College District Administrative Procedure document, or contact our Business Office at:

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Grant Administration and Operations

The Grant Administration and Operations department is an expert team trained in Grant Administration, Compliance, Procurement, Contract Administration, and Financial Management.

Our goal is to make the best use of resources in order to aid and supplement the educational mission of the California Community Colleges, and to ensure the proper disbursement of grant funds and management of activities with full transparency for all stakeholders.

The operations team is responsible for non-programmatic support of the CCC Technology Center’s programs and products, grant procurement and management, and the enabling of Technology Center team projects. We operate using updated, cloud-based software in a distributed, remote environment.

The California Community Colleges Technology Center is housed at Butte College.Contact Us

David Shippen
Statewide Programs Director for Operations and Grant Administration
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Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday
8 am to 4 pm

We are located at:

Butte College
Allied Health Public Services South (AHPS-S 166)
3536 Butte Campus Dr. 
Oroville, CA 95965

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Compliance

The Grants Operations Team supports the delivery of financial and operational priorities of the CCC Technology Center with efficient, timely, and transparent business processes, ensuring staff training and compliance, and delivering quality products that strengthen the CCCTC's business capacity for growth.

We operate in compliance with the California Education Code and the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office Grant Manual and Articles. Our employees leverage best practices from organizations such as the Project Management Institute and Society of Research Administrators.

 


 

 

Tech Center Highlights

We bring systemwide enabling technologies to our colleges.

Adopt Our Tech

From connectivity to student services and educational technology.

Connecting Colleges

Gigabit fiber optic network for all of our colleges.

Information Security

Logging, monitoring, and no-cost tools to protect students and educators.

Accessibility

Training and resources to make tech accessible to users with disabilities.

Events

Upcoming CCC Technology Center workshops and webinars.

About the Technology Center

The California Community Colleges Technology Center, hosted by Butte College, facilitates and coordinates the work of systemwide technology. Our 25-year history of collaboration with the Chancellor’s Office and community colleges throughout the state has resulted in great strides forward for the system in areas including federated identity, application architecture, networking, and student services.

We operate under the Gartner model of “Run, Grow, Transform” to simplify our portfolio of services and prioritize resources in support of ongoing operations, the next phase of growth, and longer term transformative innovation.

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