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Information for Local Governments

All Georgia-based local government entities are eligible to obtain surplus property that comes from state agencies and the federal government. We encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to acquire property at a reduced rate, such as:

  • office equipment
  • furniture
  • electronics
  • construction equipment
  • medical supplies
  • other items

Our Surplus Property Division administers the redistribution and disposal of excess property throughout the state. Acquiring surplus property instead of buying new helps local governments maximize financial resources while saving tax dollars in the community.

To participate in the Surplus Property program, local governments must enroll and maintain eligibility through an annual renewal. Most local governments in Georgia are already enrolled in the program. If you are unsure of your status, contact DOAS Surplus Property Division.

We are here to help you save resources and achieve your business goals. For more information about the program, watch the video below:

Surplus Property for Local Governments

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News

Surplus Property Program ‘Fills the Gap’ for Small Businesses 

September 15, 2023
David Taylor was on a mission to advance his business operations when he discovered how using surplus property could play a pivotal role in evolving his construction firm. As a participant in the…
For: Surplus-Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, Surplus-Nonprofit Organizations, Surplus-State Entities Asset Managers, Surplus-Local Governments

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
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How to Dispose of Surplus Books

Books are typically surplus items that sell well. However, books may appreciate in value over time,…
For: Surplus-State Entities Asset Managers, Surplus-Local Governments, Surplus-Nonprofit Organizations
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How to Acquire State Surplus Property

The Surplus Property Division ensures the fair and appropriate redistribution or disposal of…
For: Surplus-State Entities Asset Managers, Surplus-Local Governments, Surplus-Nonprofit Organizations