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Surplus Property

Surplus Property

General Information
What is Surplus Property
Surplus Property Location
Who Can Purchase From Surplus Property
Surplus Property Procedures
How to Surplus Cubicle Systems
Disbursement of Funds
Surplus Listserv / Email List
Bussiness Policy Manual, Section 308 Resale, Sale of Disposal Surplus Property
Contact hookga@mst.edu with questions

Surplus Disposal Software

Auction/Sale Information
Notice of upcoming sales
Surplus Pricing Guide for Campus Departments 

Direct Links:
Items on GovDeals
RollaNet.org Classified Ads
Member of USPA 

Forms:
Surplus On-line Pickup Form
On-Line Pickup Additional Information Sheet
UM Form 27: Property Inventory and Change Report
UM Form 48: University of Missouri Internal Order Form
UM Form 31: Electronic Storage Devices Residual Data Disposal Certificate & Instruction

 

 

What is Surplus Property

Surplus Property is a part of the Procurement Services Department that is responsible for the disposal, redistribution, and/or sale of used equipment/property that the University of Missouri and other Mid-Missouri government agencies and educational institutions no longer use.  The sale of the equipment is handled through public auctions, sales, or online. A Disposal Request through our software should be completed and approved before items can be picked up. Surplus Property receives no General Operating (G.O.) funds. All salaries, benefits, operational, marketing and sales costs are paid by the 35% retained from the sale of surplus equipment.

 

 

Surplus Property Location
Missouri S&T Surplus is located at 301 N Bishop Avenue, Rolla, MO. 

The warehouse is not staffed full time, so please contact Greg Hook in Campus Procurement if you wish to view surplus items.   Appointments to view, deliver, or pickup items may be made by contacting Greg (Phone:  573-341-6150, Email:  hookga@mst.edu ).

 

 

Who Can Purchase From Surplus Property

All University of Missouri property and equipment at the Surplus Property Warehouse is available to other University of Missouri departments at reasonable prices. Departments wishing to purchase items from the Surplus Property Warehouse or from a Surplus Property public auction /sale, should complete the University of Missouri Internal Order Form (UM48).

 

 

Surplus Google Group
Missouri University of Science and Technology Campus Procurement is now offering a Surplus Google Groups(similar to previous list serve) for anyone interested in receiving notices or updates for surplus activities or sales. This list will allow Missouri Science and Technology Campus Procurement to better distribute notices of upcoming sales or information related to surplus.

To subscribe:

  1. Click Surplus-grp which will open Surplus Google Groups Webpage
  2. Click on "Join this group" on the right hand side of the page
    • If you have a Missouri University of Science and Technology (mst.edu e-mail address) use that and its password to sign-in to Google,
    • Otherwise, click "Sign-in with a different account" below that and enter an e-mail address that you use to authenticate to Google. (For people to subscribe to a Group, they will have to have a Google account.)
  3. Review the settings presented to you and click "Join this group" to receive all notices sent out to that Group.
  4. Click on the drop-down arrow beside your account name in the upper right-hand corner and choose sign out.

To unsubscribe:

  1. Click Surplus-grp which will open Surplus Google Groups Webpage
  2. Click on "Join this group" on the right hand side of the page
    • If you have a Missouri University of Science and Technology (mst.edu e-mail address) use that and its password to sign-in to Google
    • Otherwise, click "Sign-in with a different account" below that and enter an e-mail address that you use to authenticate to Google. (For people to subscribe to a Group, they will have to have a Google account.)
  3. Click the Unsubscribe button
  4. Click on the drop-down arrow beside your account name in the upper right-hand corner and choose sign out.

 

 

Upcoming Sales

There are no sales scheduled at this time.

 

 

Contact Information

Missouri University of Science and Technology
Greg Hook, Surplus and Asset Management Specialist
Phone:  (573) 341-6150
Email:  hookga@mst.edu

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