Federal Surplus Property Pro Bono Publico – ‘For the Public Good’
‘What is Federal Surplus Property?’
The Arkansas Federal Surplus Property Program is governed by the General Services Administration (GSA). This unique program has the ability to acquire property that has been declared surplus by the federal government. It is brought in from all over the world, to the State of Arkansas, and made available to eligible organizations that include: Public Agencies, Non-Profit Health & Education, Museums, Providers to the Impoverished, Programs for the Elderly, Veteran Organizations, Service Educational Activities, and organizations that qualify thru the Small Business Administration.
‘What are the benefits of using the Arkansas Federal Surplus Property Program?’
- Federal Surplus Property offers a wide range of products that may be utilized for your organization’s operational needs
- Reduction in costs for your program, helps stretch your operating budget
- To maximize the useful life of property purchased by the federal government, keep it out of landfills and benefit the taxpayer instead
- Returns items purchased by your federal tax dollars to the local community your organization serves
‘What type of property is available?’
- Furniture & Office Supplies
- Tools and Building Supplies
- Vehicles of all types
- Maintenance Equipment
- Construction Equipment
- Food Service Equipment
- Medical Equipment
- & Much, Much More!
Note: All property is available to eligible organizations only and cannot be used for personal use.
To find out the specific eligibility requirements for your organization visit ‘Is My Organization Eligible?’.
To see available property visit the warehouse located at 8700 Remount Rd. North Little Rock, AR or search our inventory online at web surplus
To see items that have been offered in the past see the ‘Newsletters’.
‘It’s The Law’
In accordance with Federal Law and General Services Administration (GSA) regulations and policies, the institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, and disability.
To learn more about GSA’s Nondiscrimination in Federal Financial Assistance Programs or to file a complaint, you may contact GSA’s Office of Civil Rights, as follows:
Write to: U.S. General Services Administration
Office of Civil Rights
1800 F Street, NW, Suite 5127
Washington, DC 20405
Call: (202) 501-0767 or 1-800-662-6376
Fax: (202) 219-3369
TDD 1-888-267-7660 or the Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339