UNH Procurement Services
UNH Procurement Services will publicly advertise surplus property on the Surplus Web Site. Procurement may solicit offers, in addition to advertising on the web, when it is in the best interest of USNH. Item(s) shall be made available for a minimum of seven (7) calendar days from the date of posting. In addition, departments may place ads in local or regional newspapers or trade magazines at their own expense. Any department electing to advertise in this manner must notify Procurement prior to placing the ad.
All surplus property is sold "as is, where is". All sales are final. Offers may be submitted to Procurement using the on-line offer form. The form is available after searching for the item and clicking the "Details/Submit Offer" button. The offer will be sent to the Procurement Office by email.
All offers must be received by midnight (EST) on the posted close date. The seller shall accept the offer providing the greatest value to the University within the following priority:
Should multiple offers be received at the asking price, the offer submitted first shall prevail.
Procurement will notify the selling department when an offer is received. The seller will only notify the person whose offer is accepted. Payment and pickup arrangements should be made between the selling department and the buyer. USNH departments buying surplus property must issue a Banner Encumbrance to the selling department. The selling department should notify Procurement when the item has sold so it can be removed from the web.
Note: If the item has a USNH Fixed Asset Inventory Tag, the selling department must notify UNH or USNH Property Control prior to listing the item for sale. Once approval has been obtained, the department must take off the tag and send it to the UNH or USNH Property Control office for removal from the asset inventory.
If offers are not received for the item, Procurement will remove the item from the web by the close date unless the selling department notifies Procurement to: