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State Surplus Property
LESO 1033 Program
Three Part Program
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Federal Surplus Property Program
A program established to encourage the reutilization of surplus Federal Government property, by making these items available at reduced costs to other organizations.
This program was created in conformance with the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, and has been operated by the State of Kansas since 1950.
In 2004, operation was transferred to the Division of Facilities Management under the Department of Administration.
In 2007, the agency was reorganized under the Division of Printing and Surplus Property under the Department of Administration.
For Example: SRS, KDOT, Dept. of Wildlife and Parks
Local Units of Government
Cities, Counties, Townships
Unified Schools Districts
Rural Fire Districts & Rural Water Districts
Hospitals, Salvation Army, Libraries, Museums, etc…
Providers of Assistance to the Homeless and Needy
Organizations eligible for program participation are:
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2830 SW Kanza Drive - Topeka, Kansas 66606, email: email@example.comFederal/(785)296-2351 - State/(785)296-2334 - LESO/(785)368-7438
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Kansas State Surplus
After a 30 day availability period for Agencies registered with Federal Surplus Property, any property not purchased by agencies, local government or not-for-profits may be purchased by Private Businesses and the General Public
Through Reutilization Surplus Properties can:
Help your agency stretch its budget to meet the agency needs by:
Offering property at greatly reduced prices.
See examples below.
2,3,4,5 drawer, legal and letter
Vehicles: Cars, Trucks, & Vans
Office Furniture: Desks, Chairs & Floor Mats
Metal Work Table
Monday thru Friday
8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
Closed all State holidays
2830 SW Kanza Drive
Topeka, KS 66606
The LESO program was transferred from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation to the Department of Administration in 2004.
For a small admin fee, local law enforcement agencies may acquire surplus federal property through the LESO 1033 Program.
This exciting program provides equipment that is typically in good usable condition to law enforcement agencies for greatly reduced prices.
Program is run by the Defense Logistics Agency’s Law Enforcement Support Office, Ft. Belvior, VA.
Each state has a Coordinator appointed by the Governor to administer the program.
Each state may have a State Point of Contact who is appointed by the State Coordinator.
Each state administers the program differently.
(not all inclusive)
Night Vision Equipment
17,000 Active State LEAs
500 Active Federal LEAs
1 Million Sworn Officers
Contact the State Coordinator for the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and LEA Data Sheet
Once the MOU and LEA Data Sheet are received by the State Point of Contact it is forwarded to LESO for review and approval.
Upon approval of the LEA; LESO sends a letter that allows the Local Law Enforcement Agency to screen at the DRMOs and an ID
number to screen “on-line”
Or may screen property “on-line”.
All screened property from the DRMOs must be requisition using the Internet. (ID number obtained from State Point of Contact)
All property screened (requested) is approved via the internet.
It is the responsibility of the LEA to check on approval status of property.
Property must be deemed suitable for use by law enforcement.
Property is accepted on a “where-is, as-is basis.”
DOD will not incur any direct transfer costs.
Transportation/pick-up costs borne by the LEA.
Property must be picked-up with-in 14 days after LESO/Milstrip approval.
DOD and Federal Government reserve the right to take any approved property until picked up by LEA.
1033 Program is a privilege.
Items must be for Law Enforcement purposes.
Notify LESO on all equipment transactions.
The LEA is accountable for all property received through the program.
State of Kansas LESO Program