Program Eligibility

North Carolina Federal Surplus Property was established under Public Law 94-519 as an agency to procure surplus federal property and offer it to North Carolina recipients (Donees), that are categorized as:

  • tax supported and nonprofit,
  • educational and health agencies,
  • public agencies, or
  • providers of assistance to the homeless and impoverished.

If you are a tax-supported public agency, volunteer fire department or rescue squad, nonprofit, tax-exempt educational, public health institution or organization, provider of assistance to the homeless or impoverished, provider of Service Educational Activities (SEAs), or Small Business Administration 8a contractor, we may have just what you need.

Veterans Small Business Act

North Carolina Federal Surplus is now accepting applications for the Veterans Small Business Enhancement Act, veteran small business owners are encouraged to visit to register their business.  


  • School systems
  • Schools
  • Colleges
  • Universities
  • Schools for students with disabilities 
  • Public libraries
  • Educational TV and radio stations
  • Child care centers
  • Programs for older individuals
  • Museums
  • Training centers
  • Service Educational Activities (SEAs)
    • American Red Cross
    • Armed Services YMCA of the USA
    • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America
    • Boys & Girls Clubs of America
    • Boy Scouts of America
    • Camp Fire Boys and Girls
    • Center for Excellence in Education
    • Civilian Marksmanship Program
    • Girl Scouts of the USA
    • Little League Baseball Inc.
    • Marine Cadets of America
    • Marine Corps League
    • National Association for Equal Opportunity
    • National Ski Patrol
    • U.S. Naval Sea Cadets
    • U.S. Olympic Committee
    • Young Marines of the Military Law Committee
    • USO World Headquarters
    • HQrs U.S. Army Cadet Cmd.
    • HQrs Air Force ROTC/LG
    • Dept. of Navy JROTC
    • HQ-U.S. Marine Corps (LPP-2)


  • Medical institutions
  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Health centers
  • Homeless organizations
  • Providers of assistance to the impoverished (P.L.105-50)

Public Agencies

A public agency includes, but is not limited to:

  • State or department, agency or instrumentality thereof;
  • Political subdivision of the state, unit of local government or economic development district, or any department, agency or instrumentality thereof;
  • Instrumentality created by compact or other agreement between states and political subdivisions;
  • Multijurisdictional sub-state district established by or pursuant to state law;
  • Indian tribe, band, group, pueblo or community located on a state reservation;
  • Tax-supported volunteer fire departments and rescue squads.


  • U.S. Small Business Administration 8a contractors

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