- Ever wonder what happens to property seized by police, voluntarily surrendered at airports or no longer needed by government agencies? They become surplus! Think cars, computers, paddle boats, pocket knives, wine keys, desks, lawn maintenance equipment, book shelves, jewelry, cameras, police cars, flat screen TVs, and so much more! The Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget is charged with collecting these items and making them available to the public for purchase through live auctions and online auctions. We also provide access for government agencies and non-profit organizations to the federal surplus program. Want to learn more? You've come to the right place!
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MiStore: The Surplus Store
- Assessment of Service Charges Michigan's Federal Surplus Property Program assesses a standard service charge on all direct transfers.
- Eligibility Information
- Eligibility Application Supplement
- Use Restrictions on Federal Surplus Property
- New or Renewal Application for Eligibility, State of Michigan Federal Surplus Property Assistance Program DTMB-292
- Email Notification for Eligible Organizations
- Non-Discrimination Statement