Subscribe to ISD’s RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to get notices about County's solicitation opportunities, including solicitation numbers, titles, descriptions, department names and links to view solicitation detail.
Solicitation RSS feeds
Open Solicitation List - https://camisvr.co.la.ca.us/LACoBids/RssFeed/OpenBidList
Closed Solicitation Notice of Intent to Award List - https://camisvr.co.la.ca.us/LACoBids/RssFeed/ClosedBidNIAList
Closed Solicitation Award List - https://camisvr.co.la.ca.us/LACoBids/RssFeed/ClosedBidSAList
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as news headlines. RSS allows you to easily keep track of news and happenings at your favorite RSS-savvy sites.
What are the benefits of using RSS?
This is an easy way to retrieve the most recent content from sources of information which interests you. The RSS feeds can act as an Alert system and notify you of changes in information.
How do I subscribe to a feed?
It is easy to subscribe. You can add the RSS feed to your website or copy the address of the feed to your news reader.
What tools do I need to subscribe and run RSS?
To subscribe to an RSS feed, you will need a news reader. You can use your favorite search engine to find a "news reader." Many are available for free, and some newer browsers have news readers built right in. These readers allow you to subscribe to news feeds and will check the feeds for you automatically and update you with the latest headlines. Simply copy the address of the feed to your news reader. Once you subscribe to a feed, headlines are available in your reader. When you see a notice that interests you, just select the link to view the detail information.
Popular Web-based Readers: Each browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) has a different reader and method of subscribing and running RSS feeds. Please refer to your browser on how to subscribe the RSS feeds.
Microsoft Outlook: RSS Feeds can be added (subscribed) to Outlook under "RSS Subscriptions" folder (right-click the folder, then click "Add a New RSS Feed", and paste the link of an RSS feed into the box)
Popular Desktop Readers (Free): FeedReader SharpReader
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