If your North Carolina state agency is in need of a computer, computer part, or peripheral device, the Computer Center might be able to find what you need. For more information, please contact us.
Retail Computer Sales
Some used computer equipment not needed for state agencies is sold through State Surplus's competitive bid process. Follow this link to see the Computer Bids. The computers offered for bid do not have operating systems or any other software on them. In addition to weekly computer bids, State Surplus conducts a retail sale of peripheral computer items. Items available include keyboards, mice, power cords, laptop bags, power supplies, etc. The quality, quantity, and availability of specific items vary from week to week. As with all surplus merchandise, computer equipment is sold "AS IS - WHERE IS" with all faults. This means No Refunds and No Exchanges. If you have any questions or if you need any information, please feel free to contact the Computer Center.
The State Surplus Property agency recycles hundreds of tons of e-waste each year. Our current contract allow for the recycling of computers, monitors, printers and other electronic items. This program not only keeps these items out of landfills but also is a key part of our plan to maintain the security of sometimes sensitive information that could have been processed on these items.
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