South Dakota Federal Surplus Property is a division of the State of South Dakota. The Agency acquires and redistributes surplus Federal Government property and late model federal vehicles to eligible entities incorporated and operating within the State of South Dakota.  

Eligible organizations include:

  • local and state public agencies and their subdivisions,
  • Public and private 501 (c) nonprofit educational and health programs,
  • programs funded for the elderly through the Older Americans Act
  • providers of assistance to the homeless,
  • veteran's service organizations,
  • Service Educational Activities of special interest to the armed services such as boy and girl scouts, and
  • SBA 8a contractors, 
  • Veteran Owned Small Businesses verified through the Veteran's Administration

In Fiscal Year 2023, $2.7 million dollars in surplus property and $1.4 million dollars in late model vehicles were issued to eligible recipients. Federal Surplus Property is self supporting, no tax dollars are appropriated for this operation.

This agency operates in Huron, SD and is open from 8 am - 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and remain open through the noon hour for customer convenience.

Visit our website for more information, forms and policies regarding South Dakota Federal Surplus Property http://boa.sd.gov/central-services/federal-surplus.aspx

In accordance with Federal law and the General Services Administration's regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.