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NJIT PTAC Supply Chain Matchmaking Conference Registration Ends May 22

The NJIT PTAC (New Jersey Institute of Technology Procurement Technical Assistance Center) announces that its Supply Chain Matchmaking Conference has been converted to a virtual event on May 28, 2020. The conference will focus on COVID-19-related opportunities and perspectives to help companies pivot, innovate, and remain viable businesses during and beyond these uncertain times.

The virtual conference will offer information on how to best position a company in the new business environment, and provide an opportunity to showcase business services and product offerings at virtual exhibit tables (limited spaces available), and meet one-on-one with buyers.

Public and private sector participants include buyers from: GSA, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JBMDL), Daiichi Sankyo, Novartis, Rutgers, Sanofi, University Hospital, US Department of Transportation, US Air Force, and other supply chain decision makers and innovators.

Things to know:

  • The new virtual event will be FREE.
  • Government Agencies and Prime Contractors are seeking innovative solutions to combat the COVID pandemic, while moving forward in identifying vendors for future sourcing needs. Current, projected needs and processes will be addressed at the conference and should be integrated into talking points in matchmaking sessions.
  • Matchmaking Sessions: 15-minute matchmaking sessions will be scheduled when buyer needs are matched to small business capabilities.
  • There are two registration websites: Register for the matchmaking sessions
    • at  If a company has attended the conference in the past, it should already have an account. If so, it should update the profile in order to match procurement needs to capabilities.
    • Once registered in Eventdex, participants will receive an email from the Encore Events team with registration info for the live stream portion of the event. Watch for an email from [email protected].
  • PTACs from New York, Delaware, and Pennsylvania are joining us. Due to the high demand from the public and private sectors, NJIT PTAC has opened this event to PTACs and their clients from neighboring states. If your business is not headquartered in New Jersey, please do not contact NJIT PTAC. If you need assistance, you should contact your local PTAC directly. PTAC contact information can be found at:
  • More information and updates will be released in the coming days and weeks to help participants prepare for this event.

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