Civil Rights to offer trainings in each district in March
for new diversity software

ITD's Civil Rights section will put on free B2GNow (Business-to-Government) user trainings in every district this month, in advance of a "go live" date of April 4 on new diversity tracking software for online payment reporting. Morning sessions (8 a.m.-10 a.m.) will be tailored for groups outside of ITD, while afternoon sessions (1 p.m. -3 p.m.) will be for ITD staff.

Morning sessions are geared toward contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants and service providers performing on federal-aid contracts and agreements with ITD. Usage of this system will be a requirement for future contract and agreement performance. In the afternoon sessions, ITD staff will learn about the new system, new processes such as the revised ITD-2324, and new responsibilities.

Discussion topics will include:
• Project Tracking Requirements
• DBE Program
• DBE Directory Demonstration
• B2GNow System
• Bidders Registrations, Certifications & Payments
• Civil Rights Functions/Programs/Resources

Dates and Locations:
Thursday, March 3: ITD District 3 offices, 8150 Chinden Boulevard, Boise
Tuesday, March 8: ITD District 1 offices, 600 W. Prairie Avenue, Coeur d'Alene
Wednesday, March 9: ITD District 2 offices, 2600 Frontage Road, Lewiston
Tuesday, March 29: ITD District 4 offices, 216 South Date Street, Shoshone
Wednesday, March 30: ITD District 5 offices, 5151 South 5th Avenue, Pocatello
Thursday, March 31: ITD District 6 offices, 206 North Yellowstone Hwy, Rigby

Questions about the training can be emailed to

For those who cannot attend the trainings, free on-line webinars on this process will be offered by B2GNow on an ongoing basis. Just visit and choose "System Training." Contractors are given many choices of topics, including "Introduction to the System" and "Contract Compliance Reporting."


Published 03-04-16