State Surplus Property
State Surplus Property offers surplus property received from state agencies and the University System, to other state agencies in need, or sells to qualifying non-profit organizations, and the general public. State Surplus receives property from other sources such as local and county agencies, schools, municipalities, and community colleges. It is State Surplus's mission to serve as a medium through which these agencies have multiple disposition resources available to them. A key component to State Surplus's successful operation is customer satisfaction for government agencies as well as the general public.
6501 Chapel Hill Road (Highway 54W) [Get Directions]
Raleigh, NC 27607
Federal Surplus Property
Federal Surplus Property was created for the specific purpose of serving as a procurement and distribution organization for surplus federal property, (Public Law 94-519). North Carolina recipients are: tax supported and non-profit educational and health agencies, public agencies, providers of assistance to the homeless and impoverished. Recipients pay a service charge for the property that is donated by the federal government.
1950 Garner Road [Get Directions]
Raleigh, NC 27610