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Published: 27 days ago
" WBSCM STATEWIDE NON-PILOT RECIPIENT AGENCIES Effective January 2024, the FDP Module in TX-UNPS is changing to WBSCM. Effective January 2024, the FDP Module in TX-UNPS is changing to WBSCM.
Effective January 2024, the FDP Module in TX-UNPS is changing to WBSCM. Effective January 2024, the FDP Module in TX-UNPS is changing to WBSCM.

Do you want to know more about the WBSCM User Roles?
You can now explore the user roles in WBSCM on your own!
Please use these two resources to ensure you identify the right staff to assign to each role in WBSCM.
• WBSCM Logins to Explore Each User Role
• WBSCM User Roles Pre-Planning Worksheet

Get Informed!
Build your own WBSCM User Guide accessing supplemental materials posted on webpage.

To get started print the following one-pagers and create a WBSCM User Guide Notebook. Additional one-pagers are available on the webpage that can be added to your notebook that may be a helpful resource for RA users.

RA101 WBSCM Getting Started/Browser Set Up
Browser Set Up
RA102 WBSCM Entitlement
Entitlement Bonus Summary Report
Entitlement Bonus Detail Report
RA103 WBSCM Requisitions
Direct Delivery via Catalog
Direct Delivery via Quick Search
Processing via Catalog Processing via Extended Search
USDA Foods WBSCM Ordering Schedule

WBSCM Requisition Checklist
What is happening in March?
Feb. 28-Apr 28, 2023:  Collect WBSCM User Information from Non-Pilot RAs

Future Training Events:
May 9-11, 2023:   MegaCon Sessions on Food Distribution Program Foundations
Summer 2023:  ESC Summer Workshops on Food Distribution Program Foundations
September 5 – November 17, 2023: RA WBSCM Required Training by ESCs.
October - November 2023:  RA WBSCM Account Setup (as RAs complete training with ESCs)



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