Programs for State and Local Governments
Purchase security and law enforcement equipment from GSA Schedule 84, and technology products (including mobile device and mobile application management (MDM/MAM) tools) and professional services from GSA IT Schedule 70 and the IT Special Item Numbers on the Consolidated Schedule.
Purchase directly from approved GSA Federal Supply Schedule vendors to prepare and respond to disasters or to recover from Presidentially declared disasters or acts of terrorism, to aid in recovery.
Purchase approved law enforcement equipment and vehicles from selected GSA Schedules and AutoChoice for use in counter-drug, homeland security and emergency response activities.
The National Wildland Fire Program was transferred to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) on May 1, 2014. State and local customers can find additional information at www.gsa.gov/fireprogram.
Purchase directly from GSA Federal Supply Schedule contractors, when expending Federal grant funds in response to Public Health Emergencies (PHE), declared by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, under section 319 of the Public Health Services Act, codified at 42 U.S.C. § 247d.
- Download the Federal Grantee Access to Schedules in Response to Public Health Emergencies Program Brochure
Schools and educational nonprofit organizations can acquire excess computer equipment from government agencies.
Eligible state and local governments and nonprofits can acquire federal surplus personal property through State Agencies for Surplus property (SASPs).
- List of Available Personal Property and How to Acquire
- Eligibility Requirements
- Download the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program Brochure