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Created in 1957, the Department of Administration acts as the business manager for North Carolina state government. The department oversees Government Operations such as building construction, purchasing and contracting for goods and services, managing state vehicles, acquiring and disposing of real property, and operating auxiliary services such as courier mail delivery and the sale of state and federal surplus property.

In addition, the department provides facility services and advocacy programs. Facility services include the maintenance of state-owned buildings and grounds, and the department's advocacy programs provide advocacy, assistance and services to diverse segments of the state's population that have been traditionally underserved.


State Surplus Property

State Surplus Property is the seller of all the surplus supplies, materials, and equipment owned by the state of North Carolina. Our job is to provide an audit trail for state agencies and return the maximum value to the taxpayers for the state's surplus property.

Learn About State Surplus Property


Non-Public Education

The Division of Non-Public Education registers and monitors all home and private schools, i.e., non-public schools, in accordance state law. Currently, North Carolina consists of over 67,000 home schools and 720 conventional private schools. The Division's scope of authority is found in N.C.G.S. 115C-553, 561, 563(b) and 566(a) to administer the requirements of Article 39, Chapter 115C. 

Learn About Non-Public Education

Contact

Physical Address

North Carolina Department of Administration
116 W. Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27603

Mailing Address

North Carolina Department of Administration
1301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1301

Telephone

919-807-2425

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