State Surplus Property Acquisition
Recipients of state Surplus Property must have funds available at the time property is acquired, and pay all costs and charges incidental to the acquisition within thirty (30) calendar Days from the date of invoice. Invoices outstanding in excess of ninety (90) Days may result in suspension of purchasing privileges until such invoices have been paid in full.
Surplus state property must be available for warehouse floor sale or direct transfer to state Agencies, political subdivisions and qualified non-profit organizations prior to public sale. Non-qualifying private entities and private citizens, separately or combined, must not be eligible to acquire surplus state property except at public sales.
State Surplus Property acquired by state agencies, political subdivisions, or qualified not-for-profit organizations through warehouse floor sales or direct transfers must be used only in the conduct of their official public programs. State Surplus Property must not be acquired through warehouse floor sales or direct transfer for any use or purpose other than conduct of their official public programs, and not for resale or distribution unless otherwise pre-approved by the Department.