It’s hard to tell what the actual value of office equipment was in the 1980s, but here’s a rundown of what we know: The 1980s Office Equipment Inventory List was published in the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s 1979-1980 annual report on workplace safety.
This inventory list was compiled by an employee of the U.S. Department of Defense, but it was originally made available to government agencies by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to an article by The Associated Press.
The database contains information on items that could potentially cause injury or death in an office setting, such as power tools, electric saws, and air conditioners.
It’s unclear what the total value of the inventory is today.
The inventory is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to get a sense of the costs and benefits of office gear in the U,S.
government’s Office of the President said in a statement to The Associated News.
Office equipment can be purchased from various sources, including eBay, Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target, but the inventory does not include desktops, computers, printers, and other items.
The list is not available on eBay.
The listing includes only items that would be expected to be purchased on Amazon, but not items like monitors and scanners.
For more than 30 years, the inventory was used to calculate the cost of office space in the United States, according the Office of Federal Contracting Management.
The Office of Personnel Management did not respond to a request for comment.