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Government Surplus Office Furniture


government surplus office furniture
    government surplus
  • Excess property of the U.S. government that has been designated for disposal. Property has often been rejected for use by various other state or federal agencies. Government Liquidation is the last stage of this process, in which property is offered for sale to the private sector.
  • Unused equipment sold by the government
  • The government's deficit can be measured with or without including the interest it pays on its debt. The primary deficit is defined as the difference between current government spending and total current revenue from all types of taxes.
  • The total tax revenue earned by the government from sales of a good.
    office furniture
  • furniture intended for use in an office
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
  • Items normally associated with the occupancy or use in such areas as offices, conference and reception rooms, institutional waiting rooms, lobbies, and libraries.
government surplus office furniture - HP LaserJet
HP LaserJet 96A Black Print Cartridge in Retail Packaging
HP LaserJet 96A Black Print Cartridge in Retail Packaging
Genuine HP LaserJet printing supplies are always the right choice. They deliver exceptional print quality and hassle-free operation, page after page, because they're specifically designed to work with HP printers. Did you know that 70% of a LaserJet printer's imaging system is based on HP's LaserJet print cartridges? The technology of the print cartridge is any printing system's most critical component, so if you're not using HP supplies, you're not getting HP printing. With genuine HP LaserJet printing supplies, you also know you're getting the best total cost of ownership because HP factors in qualities like reliability, dependability, and ease of use.

This high-quality replacement cartridge is compatible with the following models: Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2000, Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2100, Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2100M, Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2100se, Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2100TN, Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2100xi.

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Ferrania Condor the best 35mm camera in years... 1950
Ferrania Condor the best 35mm camera in years... 1950
From coast-to-coast, delighted owners are talking about the many advantages of the CONDOR 35mm camera. - Coated 50mm f3.5 Eliog lens with shutter speeds 1 full second to 1/500th second. - Built-in flash synchronization. Coupled range-finder, with focusing from 2 1/2 ft to infinity. Depth of field scale. - Body shutter release, most convenient to operate. Safety device to prevent double exposure. - Eyepiece adjustment on rangefinder for individual eyesight. - Lens and shutter telescope into the camera for compact, easy carrying. and bla bla bla, $93 bucks including Federal Excise Tax. $93 1950 dollars = $820 of today's dollars also: Delta Photo Supply ad - Kryptar film in 120- 620 - 116 - 616 - 127 Fully panchromatic 50 Weston $1.75 per dozen 4x5 Speed Graphic for $119.50 reconditioned Government Surplus
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This medium is classified SECRET U.S. Government Property. Protect it from unauthorized disclosure in compliance with applicable executive orders, statutes, and regulations. sticker from a surplus computer. (hd has been removed by marshal)

government surplus office furniture
government surplus office furniture
Sale of Surplus Natural and Low Enriched Uranium Finding of No Significant Impact 1996
Sale of Surplus Natural and Low Enriched Uranium Finding of No Significant Impact 1996

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) evaluating the impacts associated with the proposed sale or disposition of surplus uranium, both natural and low enriched, stored at the Department’s gaseous diffusion plants in Piketon, Ohio, and Paducah, Kentucky. This EA, entitled DOE Sale of Surplus Natural and Low Enriched
Uranium, was issued in draft form for public comment. The availability of the draft EA was announced in the Federal Register on August 12, 1996 [61 FR 41,776-777], with a thirty-day comment period extending through September 11, 1996. The Department received 14 letters commenting on the draft EA. These comments were evaluated and changes have been incorporated
into the final EA as appropriate. The comments and the Department’s responses to them are included as an appendix to the EA.

Sale of Surplus Natural and Low Enriched Uranium Finding of No Significant Impact 1996

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) evaluating the impacts associated with the proposed sale or disposition of surplus uranium, both natural and low enriched, stored at the Department’s gaseous diffusion plants in Piketon, Ohio, and Paducah, Kentucky. This EA, entitled DOE Sale of Surplus Natural and Low Enriched
Uranium, was issued in draft form for public comment. The availability of the draft EA was announced in the Federal Register on August 12, 1996 [61 FR 41,776-777], with a thirty-day comment period extending through September 11, 1996. The Department received 14 letters commenting on the draft EA. These comments were evaluated and changes have been incorporated
into the final EA as appropriate. The comments and the Department’s responses to them are included as an appendix to the EA.

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