Property program locates, acquires and distributes state and federal
surplus property to state and local government agencies and qualified
nonprofit organizations. Items available include office furniture,
generators, vehicles/heavy equipment, boats, power equipment,
firefighting equipment, camping supplies, kitchen equipment and
emergency supplies just to name a few.
acquires personal property from various executive federal agencies,
military installations, state agencies and local governments. Surplus
property staff maintains a "want list" of items and will reserve
property, and can assist in making transportation arrangements if
the Salem warehouse located at 1655 Salem Industrial Drive has a large
inventory of items available for direct sale to agencies. The program
keeps the service charges on each item at a minimum to cover operating
costs. Property received from the federal program is reportable as a
form of federal assistance at 23.4% of the item's original federal
Watch a short introductory video from GSA here
Who is eligible?
rules limit eligibility to state and local government agencies, and
certain nonprofit organizations. All organizations except political
subdivisions must have a letter of determination from the Internal
Revenue Service that state the organization is nonprofit, and therefore
tax exempt under section 501(c)3 of the IRS tax code.
An agencies eligibility status is valid for three (3) years. After this time, an agency must complete a new application, and supply supporting documentation to remain eligible.
GSA listing of all eligible agencies.
Your obligations when acquiring Federal Donation Property.
- To be submitted with additional information in categories below.
Regardless of additional information requested, an eligibility
application must be submitted.
Update authorized signers - Used to add, delete or make changes to an agencies current authorized signers list.