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The WVU Industrial Extension has been awarded $400,000 to participate in a national effort aimed at making the country’s domestic supply chains more resilient and efficient.  The WVU Industrial Extension, along with colleagues from across the MEP National Network are focusing on two specific tasks. 


First, the creation of a database called the national Supply Chain Optimization and Intelligence Network (SCOIN).  This database will include a comprehensive end-to-end mapping of the nations supply chain.  Not only has this never been done before, but it is also crucial for the domestic manufacturing industry and resiliency. 


Second, this initiative will focus on a program called Supplier Scouting.  Supplier scouting services will assist with efforts on-shoring and re-shoring manufacturing by identifying and establishing new service offerings and filling gaps in the supply chain by connecting original equipment manufacturers with small and medium-sized manufacturers. 


Join one of our informational webinars on October 24th or October 25th to learn more about how you can benefit from this effort.  For additional information, contact Tracy Straub at

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