> Federal Surplus Property
Federal Surplus Property
8700 Remount Road
North Little Rock, AR 72118
Phone: (501) 835-3111
Fax: (501) 834-5240
Pro Bono Publico
‘For the Public Good’
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
• City, County, State government agencies
• Schools, Colleges and Universities
• Libraries, Museums
• Medical Institutions, Clinics, Health Centers
• Police, Sheriff, Fire Departments
• Non-Profit Child Care Centers
• Schools for the Physically / Mentally Challenged
• Providers of Assistance to the Homeless
• Non-Profit and Public Programs for the Elderly
• SEA's (Service Educational Activities) such as the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and American Red Cross
• Providers of assistance to the Impoverished
• Veterans Organizations
• Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) contractor firms
• Vehicles of all types
• Construction & Maintenance Equipment
• Medical Equipment
• Food Service Equipment
• Furniture & Office Supplies
• Tools and building supplies and much, much more!
• Any property deemed excess by Federal Government
• Weapons (Law Enforcement Only)
What are the benefits of using Federal Surplus Property?
• Reduction in program costs by thousands of dollars.
• Conserves resources by stretching consumer buying power.
• Supports your commitment to environmental responsibility by recycling manufactured goods and saving natural resources.
• ADEM / Federal Surplus Property offers a wide range of products that may be utilized for your organization’s mission.
• Organizations always receive a return on their investment in any item received from ADEM / Federal Surplus Property.
• Return items purchased by your tax dollars to local communities.
To see the available property:
• Visit the warehouse at 8700 Remount Road North Little Rock, AR. 72118
• Check out our website: www.adem.arkansas.gov under the federal surplus property tab
• Receive our new arrival newsletter
The Program Management Office
consists of the Division Director’s office, records management and administration, and accounting. This section helps determines if State and public agencies, private nonprofit health and educational institutions and homeless shelters are eligible to receive property. Handling charges are assessed on donated property to cover operating expenses. These charges usually run 3 to 5 percent (but no more than 10 percent) of the original acquisition cost of the donated property.
Internal Services and Logistics Branch:
Receiving over 175 semi-truck loads of federal and Department of Defense (DOD) personal property, the Logistics and Internal Services Branch of Division of Federal Surplus Property (DFSP) transports from all 50 states, U. S. territories and foreign US Government overseas locations utilizing a full scale logistics operation that consists of three over-the-road semi-trucks and trailers, licensed CDL motor carrier operators and commercial transportation. DFSP receives a wide variety of items ranging from complete aircraft, trucks, heavy equipment, tools, clothing, office and medical furniture. Most items are well taken care of but are slightly damaged or gently used. On occasion, some items obtained are still New-In the Box (NIB) and just have simply set in government warehouses awaiting final disposition. Property is located through the use of computer screening through the General Services Administration (GSA) GSAXCESS program as well as “physical” on-site screening done by various members of the section as well as by other members of the entire DFSP Division. The Logistics and Internal Services Branch is under the direction of the Internal Services Manager.
Receiving and Distribution Branch:
As property arrives from federal facilities screened all across the country into the DFSP warehouse, our warehouse staff receives items into inventory for re-distribution to eligible “Donees” that include (but are not limited too) schools, fire departments, non-profit organizations, approved Small Business Administration (SBA) entities, as well as all state, county, and local municipalities and public agencies. In addition, the Donee “Want List” is available for use by Donees in locating and finding large quantity and specialty items. Receiving and Distribution is under the direction of the DFSP Plant Supervisor.
Compliance, Eligibility, and Utilization Branch:
All property from DFSP must be used for the mission accomplished by the receiving Donee organization.
Property donated by DFSP remains property of the Federal Government until all compliance restrictions
have been met. Once the compliance rules terms and conditions are complete the title/ownership of the
property is turned over to the receiving Donee organization. All items donated must be placed into use
by the receiving Donee within twelve (12) months of receipt. Then, all items must be used from the first
day of service for said property for no less than eighteen (18) months. The Compliance & Utilization
Branch also administers the GSA Weapons program. Weapons received through this program are also subject
to inspection and inventory. The DFSP Compliance Supervisor oversees this branch and ensures rules are
enforced. For More information on eligibility click here
“IT’S THE LAW”
In accordance with Federal Law and General Services Administration’s (GSA) regulations and policies, the institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, 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 the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. General Services Administration
1800 F Street, NW, Suite 5127, Washington, DC 20405
Or Call (202) 501-0767 or 1-800-662-6376 (voice); FAX (202) 219-3369.
Individuals with hearing impairments: TDD 1-888-267-7660 or the Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.