Surplus Property for Veterans
Welcome to the Georgia Department of Administrative Services Surplus Property Program for veteran organizations.
Through the Surplus Property Division, qualified veteran-owned small businesses (VOSB) and veteran service organizations (VSO) in Georgia can participate in the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program. The program, which operates under the U.S. General Services Administration, provides access to low-cost personal property such as computers, furniture, appliances, vehicles, office equipment, heavy construction equipment, medical supplies and other property no longer needed by federal agencies.
DOAS Surplus Property provides guidance and support to help VOSBs and VSOs through the application process. All veteran-owned small businesses and service organizations in Georgia are encouraged to apply.
Veteran-owned small businesses can save resources by acquiring reduced-cost surplus property to support their business operations.
- Step 1
The first step in the process for VOSBs is getting the business verified through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Veteran First Verification Program.
- Step 2
Once the business is verified, an application with DOAS Surplus Property can be submitted.
The Formerly Owned Resources for Veterans to Express Thanks for Service Act of 2013 (FOR VETS Act of 2013) allows eligible veteran service organizations to participate in the Federal Surplus Property Program.
The DOAS Surplus Property Division administers the program for chartered VSOs that operate in the State of Georgia.
- Step 1
Verify that your organization is an eligible veteran service organization.
- Step 2
Complete an application with DOAS Surplus Property. Upon completion, Surplus Property staff will notify applicants of their eligibility and application status.
Thank you for your service and interest in the Surplus Property Program.