BidCentral: Notice of Upgrade to Project Summary and Enhance Search Capability

Dear Member, 

Effective February 23, 2018, we will be introducing an updated view of the project summary and a new enhanced search routine. 

  • The project summary layout has been changed to make it easier for you to find the information that matters to your most. 
  • The search routine will have an enhanced capability to search more fields, which will result in more meaningful search results.
  • When you click on a project title link in your search results, it will open in a new tab in your browser allowing you to go back and review your search results again, rather than starting all over if the project was not of interest to you. 

Please click the button below to get a sneak preview of the new features. 

INFORMATION VIDEO

For any project-related questions, please contact Kendra Renaerts, Project Services. 


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