When the individual Corps of Engineers’ Districts used the Tri-Service Solicitation Network to provide access to electronic documents, not only were the solicitations, specifications, plans, and amendments available, other useful information that was also included. However, with the deactivation of the Tri-Service Network and the Federal Government’s adoption of the Federal Technical Data Solutions (FedTeDS) centralized procurement information system, it has become difficult for contractors to find useful, such as lists of planholders or the results of bid openings on Corps of Engineers’ solicitations. Fortunately, Some Districts have begun to provide bid abstracts on their websites. (See the Baltimore District for an example). Hopefully, more districts will adopt this practice so that this vital information will be available for contractors to review.