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Excess and Surplus Property Management (ESPM)

ESPM's Wednesday Surplus Sales Closed Until Further Notice

Effective immediately, due to COVID19 health concerns, ESPM's Wednesday public surplus sales are closed until further notice. Contact espm@wright.edu with questions or appointment requests.

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What is ESPM?

Excess and Surplus Property Management (ESPM) helps Wright State offices and departments dispose of university property that is no longer needed, like office furniture, supplies, equipment, and vehicles. Funds from the sale of surplus property are returned to the department or office.

Who can buy items from ESPM?

Anyone, including members of the general public, can purchase items or supplies from ESPM. You can save money by checking ESPM first for furniture, supplies, or equipment.

How do I buy something from ESPM?

The ESPM store is open every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for sales in the new store in 143 Campus Services Building.

How do I submit unneeded items to ESPM?

To submit items for disposal, please use an ESPM disposal requisition/1500 Form. You can order forms through Printing Services and send the form to Scott Cooper at 143 Campus Services Building. Items submitted to ESPM are held for a period of 30 days, except for bid items that are held for a period of 45 days.

You can find the complete list of policies and procedures governing ESPM at University Policy 9410: Excess and Surplus Property Management.

How can I buy large items or unusual equipment?

Large items like vehicles or unusual equipment are listed for auction at govdeals.com. Search for Wright State University.

Where is the ESPM store?

The ESPM store is located in room 143 of the Campus Services Building.