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Pursuant to IC 5-22-22-4.5, IOT is required to approve the use of Internet auction sites for the sale of "personal property" by a "governmental body" in Indiana. (For a list of property exempt from this requirement, see IC 5-22-22-1. Other laws may apply. Consult counsel if necessary.)
IC 5-22-22-4.5, provides:
IOT reviews requests submitted by governmental agencies. Before requesting that IOT review a site, please review the Approved Sites list below to determine whether an approved site meets the agency's needs. If the agency's needs are not met by an already-approved site, review the process below, which IOT will use to review the site requested. When IOT reviews a site, it will do so without review of other laws. It is incumbent upon the requesting agency to ensure that the IC 5-22-22-4.5 is applicable and that the requesting agency complies with all other laws.
In its review, IOT considers the following factors:
Approved and rejected sites are listed below. Please review those lists before submitting a request. To request review of a site, please contact us.
These sites have already been approved for use. If you choose to use one of these sites, you may proceed without submitting a request to IOT.
At this time, no site has been rejected.