Surplus Centers

Published: September 23rd, 2015

Category: Uncategorized

Surplus Centers are market places where items that are used, or purchased but unused, and no longer needed are auctioned at a reduced price. Utilizing surplus centers is a great way for non-profits to acquire physical resources they need to get started.

Below are links to Surplus Center websites that provide online auctions.

University Surplus Programs

Princeton https://facilities.princeton.edu/services/university-surplus-program

Johns Hopkins Supply Chain

Colorado state University http://cr.colostate.edu/main_surplus.aspx

Cornell University https://fcs.cornell.edu/departments/facilities-management/r5-operations/reuse

Florida State University http://www.higheredsurplus.com/sms/fsu,fl/list/current?orgid=12575

Many Universities use the website : Public Surplus to power their online auctions.
Google your nearest University to find out more

 

Government Surplus Programs

GSA auctions —- a Federal Surplus Program.

Gov Sales.org —– Furniture and monitors starting at 5$

GovDeals—- state governments auction their surplus here.

NC State Surplus Property —– online auctions of properties in North Carolina

State of Minnesota Department of Administration Surplus Services  —- online auctions of properties in Minnesota

Government Liquidation — a military surplus auctioning website

Civilian run Surplus Programs

Free cycle has surplus centers all over US, use its search engine to find your local free cycle.

Public Surplus —- Public and private entities auction their items on this website.

Liquidation.com —– a very large surplus auctioning website providing online auctions.