Resources for State, Local and Public Body CustomersThe General Services Administration, working with its partner Federal agencies, makes government real estate available to communities for many public purposes.
Small pond with trees and rocksThese former Federal properties can contribute to a community's vitality by providing benefits such as expanded employment opportunities, housing for the homeless, establishment of educational centers, and parks and open space.
If you're looking to acquire property for your State Government, Local Government or Nonprofit Organization, this page will provide you with the resources to start the process.
Federal Property for Public UseFind out more about the Public Benefit Conveyances and how to acquire Federal property for public use.
- Public Benefit Conveyance Authorizing Legislation
- Acquiring Federal Real Estate for Public Uses (pdf)
- Public Benefit Conveyance Authorities and General Information (xls)
Available Surplus PropertiesAre you interested in currently available surplus property? If so, check out our available property page. To receive email updates sign up via our subscription services page.
Public Use Instructions & ApplicationsUse these forms to apply for a variety of different public benefit conveyances.