The Educational Surplus Property Section of the SPD is the District of
Columbia State Agency for Surplus Property (DC SASP). As the state agency, the
SPD is charged with administering the Federal Surplus Property Assistance
Program (FSPAP). The FSPAP is a state-run federal program for the donation of
federal surplus property to public, tax-supported entities and eligible private
nonprofit tax-exempt organizations.
Representatives of eligible nonprofit tax-exempt entities previously
certified for program participation can download Request for Standard Form
122* and submit it to the DC SASP via fax or mail.
According to Federal Property Management Regulation, 41 CFR ?01-44.207(c),
("Eligibility of Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Activities") surplus personal property
may be donated through the state agency to nonprofit tax-exempt entities as
defined in the regulation."
Eligible categories of nonprofit tax-exempt entities appear in the drop down
Eligible nonprofit tax exempt entities that would like to apply for the
Read the application instructions and definitions.
Complete and submit an eligibility application with required documentation.
Comply with all instructions of the eligibility category for which they are
To apply, download the four documents listed below. Complete documents 2
through 4 and submit to:
DC State Agency for Surplus Property 2100 Adams
Place, NE, 2nd Floor Washington, DC 20018-3627