NEW YORK (NEWS10) — On Monday, February 13, an online auction of items deemed to be surplus by the state is slated to get underway.
The majority of the objects that are up for auction will be listed on GovDeals for a period of seven days, and the auctions themselves will take place at the new State of New York Auction Site on GovDeals.
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“From the typical office furniture, computer equipment, and tools to the less typical collectible sneakers, sports memorabilia, and lost-and-found jewelry, online auctions have proven to be an effective and popular way for OGS to sell the New York State government’s surplus property,” said Commissioner Moy.
“Online auctions have proven to be an effective and popular way for OGS to sell the New York State government’s surplus property.”
Before they are allowed to participate in the auction, visitors to the website are forced to first pre-register. There is no charge for registering.
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GovDeals takes credit card, debit card, and PayPal payments. The sale of state-owned surplus property takes place at several places across the state of New York. The buyer is responsible for both the pickup and removal of the item.