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     Idaho Statutes

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67-5732A.  Disposal of surplus personal property authorized. Whenever the head of any commission, board, council, task force, committee or department of state government, or any institution of the state, or any elected state official, has under their jurisdiction or control, any personal property belonging to the state which, in their judgment, is of no further use to the state or to such commission, board, council, task force, committee, department, institution or state office, they may sell, transfer, recycle or discard such personal property in the name of the state and in accordance with the internal management policies and procedures of the board of examiners. The board of examiners shall adopt internal management policies and procedures for the disposal of state surplus personal property to efficiently dispose of surplus personal property, to allow conveyance of surplus personal property to other state, federal and local agencies, to offer state surplus personal property for sale to the public at large and to provide for maximum value received by the state of Idaho with attendant benefits to its citizens. Provided that when sales will be offered to the public and sold to the highest responsible bidder, notice of such sale shall be published in at least a newspaper of general circulation in accordance with section 60-106, Idaho Code, for at least two (2) weeks prior to such offering.

[67-5732A, added 1991, ch. 158, sec. 7, p. 377; am. 2003, ch. 31, sec. 3, p. 115; am. 2011, ch. 59, sec. 1, p. 123.]

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