October 26, 2007, Newsletter Issue #109: Regulating Government and Police Auctions

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Government and police auctions are regulated at different government levels. Within the federal government, information about government auctions is generated and collated by the US General Services Administration (GSA). However, different departments of the federal government have their own auction programs. If you contact one federal agency (for example, the local office of the department of agriculture), they should be able to tell you when their next auction is taking place. Each agency sets its own rules and regulations for their own auctions, so contact the agency ahead of time if you plan on going to an auction. Police auctions function in a similar fashion, with local police department overseeing their own auctions.

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