(1) As used in this section, the following definitions apply:
(a) “Supplies” means supplies owned by the state.
(b) “Surplus supplies” means any supplies having a remaining useful life but that
are no longer required by the agency in possession of them. This includes obsolete supplies, scrap materials, and supplies that have completed
their useful life cycle.
(2) The department shall adopt rules governing:
(a) the management of supplies during their entire life cycle;
(b) the sale, lease, or disposal of surplus supplies by public auction, competitive
sealed bidding, donation to a school district as provided in 18-6-101, or other appropriate method designated by rule;
(c) transfer of surplus supplies.
(3) An employee of the owning or disposing agency directly involved with the disposal
may not purchase supplies sold by the employee's agency.
(4) Proceeds from the sale, lease, or disposal of surplus supplies must be allocated
as provided by 18-6-101, less a reasonable handling fee.
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