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IntraMall Holds Third Summer Showcase

The NIH IntraMall will celebrate its third Summer Showcase on Friday, June 28 at the Natcher Center. The event, open to all employees, features many of NIH's largest laboratory and office supply vendors, product demonstrations and lunchtime entertainment. The showcase opens at 10 a.m. with supplier exhibits and continues through the day with a series of activities.

Come learn about new products and features making the IntraMall a popular service for online purchasing and for the reconciliation of credit cards. Pam Robbins, senior purchasing agent, and the IntraMall training team will be on hand to conduct demonstrations and answer questions. More than 40 vendors representing over 2.5 million products in the IntraMall will also be available to answer questions, demonstrate new products and learn how they can better serve the NIH community.

Among the vendors at the event are Sigma, Invitrogen, Fisher and VWR; computer and office product companies like Micro/Mac Warehouse, Daly Computer, Office Depot, Corporate Express, Matthews Medical Books; and Blind Industries Services of Maryland and BOSMA Industries for the Blind.

"The IntraMall is fast becoming the service of choice for those institutes and centers looking for an online ability to quickly and easily comply with reconciliation requirements," said Jeffrey Weiner, IntraMall project manager. "Early in our second year of offering automated reconciliation, the IntraMall already accounts for over 25 percent of all NIH credit card charge reconciliation activity."

"This is the third and hopefully best in our series of Summer Showcases at the NIH," said Dayle Wilson, chief operating officer of the IntraMall. "We are thrilled with the full attendance from the supplier community and hope that all our friends and supporters come to the Natcher Center to enjoy the exhibits, demonstrations and stay to relax with the wonderful chamber music provided by Joel Berman & Friends before and after a complimentary lunch."

Fresh from their lecture-performance series at the Washington Conservatory of Music, Joel Berman & Friends will be performing selections from Haydn's Opus #64 and Beethoven's Opus #95 at 11:30 a.m. and selections from Beethoven's Opus #135 after lunch at 12:30 p.m. All are welcome.

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