State Surplus Property Definitions
In addition to the definitions contained in ORS 279A.250 and OAR 125-246-0110, the following definitions apply to these Rules on State Surplus Property:
“Bid” means a competitive Offer to purchase advertised Surplus Property at a price specified by the bidder.
“Cash” includes U.S. currency, cashiers checks, certified checks, travelers checks, money orders made payable to the State of Oregon, or approved credit cards.
“Direct Labor” includes all Work required for preparation, production, processing and packing, but does not include supervision, administration, inspection and shipping.
“Employees Household” means all persons residing with employee.
“Employees Immediate Family” means the children, step-children, parents, step-parents, grandparents and spouse of employee, separately or in any combination thereof.
“Invitation to Bid” means a competitive Offer to bid on Surplus Property available for public sale and is also known as a bid advertisement.
“Not-for-profit organization” is defined in ORS 279A.250(2) and means a nonprofit corporation as defined in ORS 307.130.
“Photographic Identification” means a document that shows the bearers current name, address, and photographic portrait.
“Political Subdivision” includes divisions or units of Oregon local government having separate autonomy such as Oregon counties, cities, municipalities or other public corporate entities having local governing authority.
“Private Not-for-Profit Agencies” means those Agencies meeting the criteria specified in the Oregon Administrative Rules.
“Property” is defined in ORS 279A.250(3) and means personal property.
“State agency” is defined in ORS 279A.250(4) and means every state officer, board, commission, department, institution, branch or agency of state government whose costs are paid wholly or in part from funds held in the State Treasury, and includes the Legislative Assembly and the courts, including the officers and committees of both, and the Secretary of State and the State Treasurer in the performance of the duties of their constitutional offices.
“Surplus Property” means all personal property, vehicles and titled equipment property received by the Department as surplus from federal government units, state agencies, local governments, and special government bodies for sale to state agencies, political subdivisions of the State, and private not-for-profit organizations or the general public or any combination thereof.