How to obtain surplus property for veteran owned small businesses

November 5, 2021

November 5, 2021

10:00 am To 11:00 am

Online: EDT (USA)


Event Description

A National Veteran Small Business Week Special Teams Talk Training, Nov 5.

Desks. Office Supplies. Trucks. These items and more are available to both veteran and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses throughout Pennsylvania. Interested and eligible parties can learn how to acquire federal surplus property by attending the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) online Teams Talk, Nov. 5th:

The agency’s Pittsburgh District Office and Mike Starr, chief, Federal Surplus and Law Enforcement Property Division, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, will discuss the Federal Surplus Property Program from 10-11:00 am.

“The Federal Surplus Personal Property Program put federal government property back into the hands of small business owners, local municipalities and nonprofit groups. It’s a great and inexpensive means for a company to upgrade or expand their office or vehicle fleet,” said SBA Pittsburgh District Director Dr. Kelly Hunt. “This informative Teams Talk will discuss how to participate in this unique program.”

On our agenda:

  • Program Overview
  • Who is eligible?
  • How to search state and national databases
  • Acquisition Process

For additional information, please contact the SBA Western Pa. District Office at Registration is required.

All SBA programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.


Western Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh) District Office

About the Organizers

In Western Pa., we support eight Small Business Development Centers, three SCORE chapters and one Women Business Center located within our 27-county footprint. Each offers free individualized and confidential counseling services along with an array of classes to help your small business in all stages of growth. To learn more about the SBA Western Pa. team, our resource partners and information on capital access and contracting programs, make sure to bookmark our online resource guide; it’s chock-full of information designed to help your small business thrive: U.S. Small Business Administration Small Business Resource Guide Western Pennsylvania Edition 2020 (

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