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Agencies must submit:
Units must not be missing ANY mechanical or auto body parts (components, battery, tires, etc...), nor is any unit to be driven or removed from parking location once surplus form has been submitted. Failure to comply could result in disciplinary action. Fleet Services recommends that information be sent electronically to speed up the process to:
Titles will be pulled and verified against surplus form(s) or excel spread sheet; agency will be notified of any discrepancy.
Fleet services will review for possible reassignment within the state's fleet. If an agency is notified of a possible reassignment it will be given 24 hours to respond. Units that are not transferred to other state agencies will be posted online and agencies and local units of government will have the opportunity to review units online for the first 4 days at publicsurplus.com.
Enter registration code: TIC 41 MALE 43 and any other required information. After registering, you will be notified of all internal reallocation listings as they are created. This is a one-time registration and is free of charge.
Once registered, you will be notified by email anytime we list an item as an Internal Reallocation auction. You will be given a link to the auction and instructed to notify the Fleet services contact auction’s person if you are interested in the item. If you do not want to receive the emails, do not register, but you will not know what vehicles are available.
Any unit that is deemed non-usable by fleet services and/or using agency will be posted online immediately for 5 business days. These units will not be offered as possible reassignments.
Fleet services will provide agencies with a copy of the auction results within 24 hours of close of auction. In the event the auction should close on a state holiday or weekend results will be sent the next business day.