The Partnership for Action on Conservation Technology (PACT) 2019 was a workshop held on 12 June 2019 at Defenders of Wildlife in Washington, DC. Leaders in conservation technology from 16 non-governmental organizations and technology companies came together to accomplish three main goals: 1. Understand the landscape of conservation technology today in the conservation community; 2. Discuss future directions and needs for conservation technology; and 3. Identify challenges, such as resource limitations, that need to be addressed to enable conservation technology to achieve conservation goals. Over the course of the day, participants heard from a discussion panel of end-users of conservation technology; presented lightning talks on the technology work of their organizations; then worked in three sessions to refine the scope of needs for conservation technology now and in the coming years. The results of the workshop included new connections among organizations; lists and discussion of top needs; and discrete action items in six areas, to be advanced by participants in the coming weeks and months: 1. Conservation technology registry; 2. Conservation technology standards; 3. Social and legal challenges of conservation technology; 4. Sustainable funding for conservation technology; 5. Collective bargaining for conservation technology; and 6. PACT 2020.