PJM has refreshed its Issue Tracking and Committees and Groups pages on PJM.com to make it easier to follow issues in the PJM stakeholder process.
PJM’s updated Committees and Groups page provides everything stakeholders need to get involved with the PJM stakeholder process, including easy access to forms, templates, quick guides, educational material and tools.
PJM’s refreshed Issue Tracking section lets users track a single issue across the PJM stakeholder process without having to search numerous committee pages for materials. The new page includes an easier-to-view layout, better visual representations of an issue’s progress, improved filtering, and will now include the annual plan for the Members Committee. The section will also be used to track important public PJM issues that are not being discussed in the stakeholder process.
Individual pages for tracked issues have also improved with a new look and feel, including improved timeline and status details.
PJM is also working on enhancing the backend process for Issue Tracking to improve the timeliness of updates or materials being posted to an issue’s page. Stay tuned for more updates to Issue Tracking.