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Federal Excess Personal Property Program

FEPP Supplemental Form
FEPP Responsibility Form
New Vehicle Worksheet

The Utah Agricultural Experiment Station participates in the Federal Excess Property Program (FEPP) through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The program allows us to screen property that has been designated as excess by a federal agency and have it transferred to us for use in experiment station programs. USDA retains ownership of the property which is considered on loan and can only be used for experiment station programs. Any other use is unauthorized and jeopardizes our continued participation in the FEPP.

Among the categories are:

  • Agricultural Equipment and Supplies
  • Aircraft Aircraft Parts and Tires
  • Automobiles Boats 
  • Communication and Detection Equipment 
  • Computer Equipment 
  • Computer Software and Accessories 
  • Construction Equipment 
  • Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Components 
  • Electrical and Electronic Measuring and Testing Equipment 
  • Food Preparation and Serving Equipment 
  • Furniture
  • Hardware
  • Industrial Service and Trade Machinery
  • Industrial Special Machinery
  • Lab Equipment
  • Lighting 
  • Marine Equipment 
  • Materials Handling Equipment 
  • Medical, Dental and Veterinary Equipment and Supplies 
  • Miscellaneous 
  • Motorcycles and Bicycles 
  • Navigation Equipment 
  • Office Equipment 
  • Office Supplies and Forms 
  • Photographic Equipment 
  • Recording Equipment 
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Experiment 
  • Tools 
  • Travel Trailer and/or Mobile Home 
  • Trucks, Trailers and Tractors 
  • Vehicular Components and Tires

Excess property is in high demand and to be competitive in the search for needed items we will maintain a “wish list”. Craig Thompson is the UAES Federal Excess Property coordinator, and regularly searches the FEPP database of available items. If you would like Craig to search for specific items, please complete the FEPP Online Request below. Craig will contact you when he locates requested items. Once you have had an opportunity to examine the listing, Craig will work with you to acquire the item and complete the necessary paperwork.

If you have questions about the program, please contact Craig Thompson at 801-589-3935, or .