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Warehousing/Surplus Property

If you have any questions, please contact svcreqs@boisestate.edu or call 426-1409

Overview:

Boise State University maintains one warehouse for storage of materials in support of the University’s educational mission. The warehouse is used for three main functions. They are as follows:

The first function storage of critical items; the property will be tagged and inventoried with stored date and department contact name. Since warehouse space is expensive and there is a growing demand for space, we periodically ask the stored item owners to review and verify the need for those items in storage.

Included with critical items are the record document archives which maintain items that are stored in accordance with university policy Boise State University Policy 1020

The second function storage of surplus property; Surplus property is picked up and taken to our warehouse for disposal or reissue. Short term storage!
See Boise State University Policy 6270 on control of University Equipment and Materials. Be sure to fill out a Salvage Form when requesting this service.

The third function storage for displaced items; When there is a need for displaced item storage service, please submit a work order on our TMA service desk. Short term storage of displaced items due to construction, moving or changing programs, etc.

Document disposal:

As part of the first function of the warehouse for storage of critical items, we also handle an annual disposal of record archives in accordance with state laws and University Policy Boise State University Policy 1020. To insure compliance with good standards, we use a NAID certified company.