1033 Dept of Defense Excess Property Program
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1033 LESO Program Training
- Step 1: Federal Excess Property Management Information System (FEPMIS): This website is the online property book for all agencies enrolled in the 1033 Program. Users administer their property here.
- Step 2: Account Management and Provisioning System (AMPS): This website provides access to the RTD website and enables users to change their passwords and unlock their accounts.
- Step 3: Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) External Business Portal - Reutilization/Transfer/Donation (RTD): This website allows registered users to view and requisition excess DoD property.
Apply to Participate and Annual Update for Current Participants
- Application and Annual Update
Application paperwork is required annually and whenever a participating agency's Chief Law Enforcement Official changes.
All letters and agreements must be signed by the current Chief Law Enforcement Official. (Sheriff, Police Chief, Chief Marshal, Director, etc.)
- 1033 Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO) Department of Defense Excess Property General Information
- About the 1033 LESO Program
- 1033 Program Process Flow Chart
- Introductory Overview of the 1033 Program in Colorado
- 1033 Law, 10 U.S.C. 2576a
- The Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO) within the Department of Defense (DoD), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), facilitates the 1033 Program, which originated from the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 1997. This law allows transfer of excess DoD property that might otherwise be destroyed to law enforcement agencies across the United States and its territories. Each participating state’s governor is required to appoint a State Coordinator to ensure the program is used correctly by the participating law enforcement agencies. The State Coordinators are expected to maintain property accountability records and to investigate any alleged misuse of property, and in certain cases, to report violations to DLA.
In Colorado, the agency appointed by the Governor to coordinate Colorado’s participation in the 1033 Program is the Colorado State Patrol. The Colorado 1033 Program enables Colorado law enforcement agencies (LEA) to participate in this program and acquire DoD excess equipment to support law enforcement activities under the Federal Guidelines 10.U.S.C. 2576a.
Scroll to the bottom of the DLA eReading Room to access a list of 1033 Program property issued to each state. Look for the box with the title "LESO 1033 Program."
Instructions and Tip Sheets
- Demilitarization (DEMIL) Codes
- The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) conditionally transfers excess DOD property to local law enforcement agencies. The DLA retains permanent title to all property other than property with DEMIL Code A and Q6. Property with DEMIL Code A and Q6 will be archived after one year, at which point the agency may dispose of or sell it in accordance with applicable laws.
- How to Screen for Property Using the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) External Business Portal - Reutilization/Transfer/Donation (RTD) Site
- How to Physically Screen for Property at Fort Carson Disposition Services Site (DSS)
- When you receive your property, sign and retain the 1348 Receipt Form, then send a copy to email@example.com. You have 30 days to complete the Receipt in the Federal Excess Property Management Information System (FEPMIS).
- Aircraft Request Process
- Small Arms Request Process
- Tactical Vehicle Request Process
- Application and Annual Update
- C5 LOAR - Letter of Authorization to Remove Property - submit to the Disposition Services Site prior to picking up equipment
- DD 200 - Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss - to be submitted in the case of missing or destroyed property
- DLA 1822 - End Use Certificate - to be submitted for the sale of certain authorized property
- DLA 1928 - Certificate to Register a Tactical Vehicle
- Equipment Custody Receipt / Statement of Physical Custody of 1033 Program Property - complete and sign this form each time an item of 1033 Program equipment is issued to an officer
- Vehicle SF 97 Information Form to Register a Vehicle - for other than tactical vehicles
- Weapons ATF 5 - Application for Tax Exempt Transfer and Registration of Firearm - to be submitted to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE)
- Weapons ATF 10 - Application for Registration of Firearms Acquired by Certain Government Entities - to be submitted to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE)
- Public Auction Sites
- FireFighter Property Program (FFP) and Federal Excess Personal Property (FEPP)
- These are the programs similar to 1033 but intended for fire departments instead of law enforcement agencies.
- Night Vision Loan/Lease Program
- Administered by the Navy through the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center, the Night Vision Program enables local law enforcement agencies to lease night vision equipment for $300 per item per year. The annual fee includes necessary maintenance and replacement of malfunctioning equipment.
- Computers for Learning
- The CFL program assists federal agencies to transfer to schools and nonprofit organizations computers and related peripheral equipment excess to their needs.
The Colorado Department of Public Safety publishes an annual report and quarterly newsletters to provide information about the 1033 and 1122 programs. Download the reports from the 1033 and 1122 Main Page.
- The headquarters for Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Disposition Services is located in the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center in Battle Creek, Michigan. Additional sites are located around the world.
- News media contact information: DLA Disposition Services (Public Affairs) Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center, 74 Washington Ave Battle Creek, MI 49037
- (269) 961-7015