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Federal Surplus Property Available for Public Use

Sponsor
U.S. General Services Administration
Deadlines
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
Purpose

Certain nonfederal organizations, such as state and local governments, regional agencies, and nonprofit organizations, are able to request property that the federal government no longer needs.

The donated property includes items such as:

  • Appliances
  • Clothing
  • Communications and electronic equipment
  • Furniture
  • Medical supplies
  • Motor vehicles
  • Office machines and supplies

Nonfederal public agencies and organizations also have access to surplus real property at a cost not to exceed fair market value. A property sales search tool is available on the program website.

Eligibility

The following organizations or activities are eligible to receive donations of federal property:

  • State and public agencies
  • Nonprofit educational and public health activities, including programs for the homeless and impoverished
  • Nonprofit and public programs for the elderly
  • Public airports
  • Educational activities of special interest to the armed services

For more information please see Eligible Organizations and Activities.

Geographic coverage
Nationwide
Amount of funding

This is a donation program for surplus property. There is a processing charge for some items.

There will be a sales cost associated with real property conveyance.

Application process

For more information about eligibility and program requirements, contact the appropriate state representative. See the program website for additional details.

Tagged as
Capital funding · Child care · Elderly population · Food security and nutrition · Healthcare facilities · Housing and homelessness · Poverty



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