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New York State to Open Ebay Store to Sell Surplus Merchandise

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New York State is set to enter the work on e-commerce this spring when the state opens its first Ebay store.

Dubbed NYSStore.com the state will offer surplus vehicles, office furnishings, computers and more.

Altogether, the goods are expected to generate “hundreds of thousands of dollars.”

“By selling unneeded equipment and supplies, New York State will reduce operating costs and cut back on excess spending and inventory,” Cuomo said in th release. “This initiative is a small part of our work to overhaul government operations and make the state work more efficiently for the taxpayer.”

 

[Utica Observer Dispatch]

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