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Surplus Property Programs
The Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) - Surplus Property is responsible for the disposal of Georgia's state surplus personal property and is the General Services Administration's (GSA) partner for the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program serving as the State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP). This section will assist you in understanding and utilizing these surplus programs.
Surplus Property's primary mission is to make state and federal surplus property available to donees (state agencies, local governments, and eligible nonprofit organizations) before offering them to the public. Surplusing, or reusing rather than buying new, saves tax dollars by extending the life of property.
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Eligible users may screen for Georgia State and Federal Surplus on the following sites:
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State personal property
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General Eligibility Requirements
Georgia's Surplus Property Program is not an entitlement program. Donee eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations. Interested entities must complete the appropriate eligibility application forms and comply with the requirements of periodic updating in order to retain their eligibility. The following types of entities are considered for participation:
All state government agencies, commissions, authorities, and universities
All Georgia municipal government (county, city, town, etc.) entities
Eligible nonprofit organizations classified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as 501 organizations
Service Education Activities (SEA) and Small Business Administration (SBA 8A participants)
For specific eligibility requirements, contact
DOAS Surplus eligibility
personnel or download the associated forms from our web site below.
Requirements and Application forms
Applications for enrollment are processed within 40 days of receipt of the application and all supporting documentation. The organization must be available for a site visit and orientation class.
: GA Local Government Entities
VFD Rescue Squad Application
Local goverment VFD and Rescue Squad application
Local Government Application
Application may be made in the name of the county or city, or by individual departments within the government.
: GA Non-Profit Organizations
Application for elder care service providers
Application for community foodbanks
Healthcare Services Application
Application for community nonprofit healthcare providers.
Homeless Services Application
Application for service providers to the homeless.
Improvrished Services Application
Application for providers of services to the impoverished.
Application for nonprofit museums.
Private Education Provider Application
Application for nonprofit education service providers.
Joint Apprentice Program Application
Application for Joint Apprentice programs
Sheltered Workshop Application
Application for Sheltered Workshops.
: GA SEA/VSO/JROTC Application
Apllication for DOD approved SEA organizations
: GA Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) contractors
Small Business Administration Eligibility Instructions
Program eligibility is determined by the SBA. This page provide link for southeast regional office.
: GA State Government Entities
GA State Agency Application
Application for state government agencies, authorities, boards, commissions, universities, colleges.
There are restrictions on the use and disposal of any state or federal surplus property received through the program. Restrictions vary by the category of property received. The basic requirements are that the property is put into use within one year and used for one year from the in-use date. See the Surplus Property Manual, Chapter 6, for state property restrictions.
Federal restrictions can be viewed here:
. Failure to comply with these restrictions may result in criminal prosecution. Please contact Surplus Property for guidance prior to disposing of surplus assets.
Surplus Property is entirely self-funded through service charges for material received. Service charges are determined based on the quality, quantity and Fair Market Value (FMV) of the property.
There is always a service charge for local government and nonprofit customers, for both state and federal property. State entities will pay a service charge on federal surplus only.
Association of County Commissioners of GA
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Computers For Learning (CFL)
Presidential executive order encourages federal agencies, to the extent permitted by law, to transfer excess computers and related peripheral equipment directly to schools and educational nonprofit organizations.
Georgia Department of Economic Development
Learn how Georgia supports businesses.
Georgia Department of Revenue
Tax exempt forms.
Georgia Municipal Association
Networking opportunity for local GA governments.
Georgia Secretary of State
Forms required to incorporate as a Non-profit corporation.
National Association State Agencies for Surplus Property (NASASP)
Information for surplus agencies in other states.
National Property Management Association (NPMA)
Supports training and standardization in asset management across public and private entities.
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