The objective of the Massachusetts State Surplus Property Office (SSP) is to insure that the Commonwealth realizes the maximum benefit from State owned surplus personal property by regulating the manner of disposition of such property to State departments, municipalities, not-for-profit organizations and the general public.

With the exclusion of land and buildings which is handled by the Division of Capital Assets Management and Maintenance, departments must periodically assess their inventories of equipment, supplies, and materials and inform SSP of all items that exceed departmental needs.

All State departments are required by State regulation to periodically declare surplus property to the SSP officer.

All state surplus property will be inventoried and housed in the Current Surplus Property Listing pdf format of Current Surplus Property Listing

1Dept. w/ Declared Need doc format of OSD 25N - Declaration of Surplus Property Need...
Noneat any time
2State DepartmentsNoneat any time
3Cities and TownsAdmin Feeafter 30 days
4Licensed Non-ProfitsAdmin Feeafter 50 days
5General PublicAuction/Bidafter 60 days

How to Declare Surplus Property

Condition Codes

Federal Surplus Property

Surplus Property Available to General Public

Surplus Property Available to Public Entities