Thank you for your interest in the Georgia Department of Administrative Services, Surplus Property Program. This program offers surplus state and federal personal property to qualified organizations. This program does not manage real estate, and service charges apply for all property.
Georgia's Surplus Property Program is not an entitlement program. Donee eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis according to state and federal laws and regulations. The following types of entities are considered for participation:
- - All state government agencies, commissions, authorities, universities, colleges, technical colleges, and boards are eligible for state and federal property.
- - All Georgia municipal government (county, city, town, etc.) entities are eligible for state and federal property.
- - Eligible nonprofit organizations classified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as 501 organizations may be eligible for state and/or federal property depending on the services provided.
- - Service Education Activities (SEA)
- - Small Business Administration (SBA 8A participants)
- - Veteran Service Organizations (VSO) may be eligible for state and/or federal property.
Interested entities must complete the eligibility application and attach all required supporting documents. Before beginning the application process, please review the Eligibility Matrix for the required documentation.
- - There is no charge to apply.
- - Incomplete applications cannot be processed and will delay your organization's eligibility determination.
- - Applications are processed as they are received.
- - If the session is inactive for 15 minutes, your application will log out.
- - Applications must be signed by one of the organizations’ principle officers.
- - The organization must be available for a site visit and online donee orientation.