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Surplus Property

Your First Source of Supply

We manage the equitable redistribution and disposal of the State’s personal property assets based on legislated guidelines. Personal property includes any tangible property that is not real estate.

We also serve as the State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP) for federal property disposal programs and act as the federal government's agent for eligible recipients to acquire federal surplus property. 

The Surplus Property Division:

  • Assists state and local governments, eligible nonprofits, and other qualified groups to acquire surplus property. 
  • Makes surplus property available for purchase to the public through online auction vendors via Georgia Auctions and Sales.
  • Saves taxpayer dollars by reducing operational risks and maximizing the return on personal property assets for the State of Georgia and its communities.
  • Provides cost savings, cost avoidance, and life extension of personal property through reusing, reducing, and recycling.

Who We Serve

State Entities Property Coordinators
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State Entities Property Coordinators

Resources and tools to assist asset managers and surplus coordinators effectively manage personal property for their state entity.

Nonprofit Organizations
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Nonprofit Organizations

Information for eligible nonprofits interested in acquiring low-cost state and federal personal property to meet business needs.

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Details for members of the public seeking to acquire used state and federal government surplus personal property through bids, auctions, and sales.

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Resources for qualified veteran-owned small businesses and veteran service organizations to participate in the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program.

How-to Guides

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How to Complete a Vendor Return: Trade-in

A Vendor Return/Trade-in occurs when state agencies trade in material in exchange for a concession…
For: Surplus-State Entities Asset Managers, Surplus-Local Governments
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How to Renew Your Organization’s Surplus Eligibility

The annual renewal is required to maintain eligibility for all Surplus Property Program participant…
For: Surplus-State Entities Asset Managers, Surplus-Local Governments, Surplus-Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, Surplus-Nonprofit Organizations


Surplus Property Division Celebrates Asset Management Month

March 22, 2024
Happy Asset Management Awareness Month! Thank you to all the property and asset managers throughout the state for the amazing work you perform every day. Asset and property managers help save the…
For: Surplus-State Entities Asset Managers

Surplus Property Program ‘Fills the Gap’ for Small Businesses 

September 15, 2023
As a participant in the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Business Development 8(a) initiative, Taylor learned that he could access federal surplus personal property, including heavy equipment and other supplies, through the DOAS Surplus Property donation program. 
For: Surplus-Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, Surplus-Nonprofit Organizations, Surplus-State Entities Asset Managers, Surplus-Local Governments

Upcoming Events

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Non-Discrimination Statement

The Georgia Department of Administrative Services does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, political affiliation or any other protected category in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment.

For further information about this policy, contact DOAS Legal at 404-656-5514.