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The keyword search bar supports Boolean logic (AND, OR, NOT, NEAR, PHRASE, *). To see a full list of Boolean operators, enter a question mark ( ? ) into the keyword search bar.

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AND: requires that both words or phrases be returned in search results (e.g. student AND loan)

OR: finds search results containing either term or phrase (e.g. car OR automobile)

NOT: allows exclusion of words or phrases from results (e.g. Trump NOT Ivanka)

NEAR(): finds keywords in close proximity to each other within a given sentence (e.g. NEAR2(travel space))

PHRASE(): finds keywords in close proximity to each other within a given sentence in a set order (e.g. PHRASE1(freedom speech))

Exact: Use quotation marks to limit results to the exact word or phrase specified (e.g. "selling" will prevent stemming of sell, sells, etc.)

Group: Use parentheses to isolate single concepts within a longer search string.

Wildcard: Use the asterisk ( * ) to search for words that contain a given sequence of letters. (e.g. law* will find terms that stemming alone will not like lawyer, lawsuit, etc.)

Non-recognized Characters: + & | ! () {} ^ ' ~ ? : \

Below is an example search using Boolean logic that searches for mentions of government contract wins.

Search Syntax: (((win OR won OR bid OR "received") AND (business OR contract OR contractor)) OR PHRASE1(Capture "Management") OR PHRASE1(Capture "Manager") OR PHRASE1(Capture "Managers") OR PHRASE0(Capture "Mgr") OR NEAR1(Capture Lifecycle) OR NEAR10(submit "RFP")) NOT "Business Wire"


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