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State Surplus Personal Property

Still useable state-owned surplus personal property is a significant asset. Accordingly, all state agencies are required to extend the useful life of surplus property in their possession following specific guidelines provided by the State Surplus Property and Reutilization (SPR) program, which is responsible for reviewing and approving all state agency dispositions of state-owned surplus personal property prior to disposition.

CA Surplus Property System (CSPS)

To obtain the Surplus Property And Reutilization (SPR) program review and approval of your agency's proposed disposition of state-owned personal property in your agency's possession you can submit your request online via The California Surplus Property System (CSPS).

Log into the California Surplus Property System (CSPS). Once logged on, the transferable property search feature allows State agencies to view State-owned surplus personal property that is available for transfer to other agencies.

Making Deliveries

Deliveries to SP&R Warehouse and Davis Auction Yard

State agencies and transporters disposing of state vehicles, equipment, and surplus property must call ahead to coordinate deliveries with staff for any state work day except the day of the auctions.

MM 11-01 FAQs for Surplus and Conventional CalPIA furniture

Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Department of General Services (DGS), Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) Management Memo (MM) 11-01 outlying the process for surplus modular systems and conventional furniture.

Procedures, Responsibilities and STD 152/158 forms

State Agencies and their state-owned Personal Property Responsibilities

When state-owned surplus personal property in the possession of an agency is no longer useable, the agency is responsible for arranging to have the property recycled or disposed of in an environmentally-responsible manner, and the action must have the prior approval of SPR.

  • All State agencies are required to submit online a completed STD 152 Property Survey Report (Interactive PDF) (Rev 08/17) or STD 158 Property Transfer Report (Interactive PDF), as applicable, to SPR for review and online approval prior to making final disposition of state-owned surplus personal property.
  • Agencies submit the completed forms via the California Surplus Property System (CSPS). Once logged on, the transferable property search feature allows State agencies to view State-owned surplus personal property that is available for transfer to other agencies.
  • When disposing of technology that is obsolete and at the end of its useful life (e-Waste), please use Disposition Code 10 - Universal Waste and use the services of a certified recycler as outlined in the State Administrative Manual (SAM) § 3520.9.
SPR will provide guidance on how to use the CSPS site to view property that is available for transfer, and how to complete the STD 152 Property Survey Report (Interactive PDF) (Rev 08/17) and the STD 158 Property Transfer Report (Interactive PDF) for online submittal. The program can be contacted via email at: ContactSPR@dgs.ca.gov

Contact

Davis Auction Yard | 5950 Chiles Road, Davis, CA 95618 | driving directions | Located behind the CalFire Equipment Facility | To schedule delivery, contact: Mike Benton | Email: Mike.Benton@dgs.ca.gov | Office: 530.757.6832 | Fax: 530.757.1064

SPR Headquarters | 1700 National Drive, Sacramento, CA 95834 | driving directions For more information, contact: Bryant Paul | Email: ContactSPR@dgs.ca.gov | Office: 916.928.5806 | Fax: 916.928.4644

SPR Warehouse | 1700 National Drive, Sacramento, CA 95834 | driving directions | All deliveries to be made at the Transit Storage entrance at the back of the SPR Warehouse. To schedule delivery, contact: Warren Horsley | Email: Warren.Horsley@dgs.ca.gov | Office: 916.928.5839 | Fax: 916.928.5840

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