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Disposal Guidelines

This information covers the policies and procedures for agency disposal and turn in of items through Surplus Property. If items are brought to Surplus Property, the next step is to get a login and password to the Surplus database (Reuse). If agency is a local government (Cities, counties, special districts, etc.) please see information under "Local Governments" below.

Buyer's Guide for Moving Services

The state of Oregon's Procurement Services has compiled a Moving Services Buyer's guide which shows a variety of moving companies that are currently under price agreement with the state of Oregon to provide moving services for government agencies. The price agreements are mandatory contracts for all state of Oregon agencies under DAS authority; for all other entities (namely, Oregon Cooperative Procurement Program or "ORCPP" members), the price agreements may be used at their sole discretion.

Request for Assistance

Acquiring and selling surplus property through this agency can be confusing. There are a number of state and federal regulations that may seem cumbersome. Fortunately, Surplus Property staff are here to assist.

There are Surplus Property staff available to answer questions regarding selling and acquiring agency surplus property. These subject matter experts have years of experience. No question is too small and no situation is too complex. You can request assistance by email, telephone or even in-person.

Do you have a question about how to submit property, and need somebody from Surplus to visit your worksite? Do you need assistance with how to prepare or “lot” items together? Do you need to know how to stage a “Sold Onsite” auction? Is your group or association interested in acquiring Federal Donation property? If so, our skilled and experienced staff are here to help.

If you have reviewed our website and need additional information or some 'hands on' help, submit a request by clicking on the link below. One of our staff will contact you shortly. To request assistance by phone, call 503-378-6020.