1033 Program

Program Equipment Lists

​The following records are posted below to assist journalists and interested members of the public in verifying specific facts and figures associated with this program.  These are the most requested documents and data, and should be the starting point to help answer questions. 

List of Tracked 1033 Equipment for California Agencies and Entities

  • California Agency Inventory as of 06-25-2014.xlsxCalifornia Agency Inventory as of 06-25-2014.xlsx
    Curated by Cal OES from the (federal) Law Enforcement Support Office database dated June 25, 2014.  This is a snapshot in time and may not reflect more recent transactions within the LESO's dynamically changing database.  This is the same place where Cal OES auditors pull their lists to do individual agency accountability checks throughout the year.  This spreadsheet is the only inventory list Cal OES retains outside of the LESO database - there are no historical inventories retained by Cal OES.  Certain information was redacted from the spreadsheet, including national stock numbers, serial numbers and code to prevent these identifying numbers from being used for fraudulent purposes. 

List of Tracked 1033 Equipment Nationwide

California's Active Suspension List

​The following is a list of actively suspended law enforcement agencies/participants within California as of September 3, 2014.  The designation of "suspended" is at the sole direction and descretion of the DLA, pursuant to their policies and procedures.  Reinstating or terminating their participation is determined by the federal Law Enforcement Support Office.

Forms, Agreements & Memorandum of Agreement

Agreement between California & Defense Logistics Agency

  • 2013 12 03 DLA MOA - by OES and LESO.PDF2013 12 03 DLA MOA - by OES and LESO.PDF
    This is the signed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Defense Logistics Agency and the State of California, to set forth the terms and conditions which will be binding on the parties with respect to excess Department of Defense (DOD) property.
  • 2014 07 15 DLA MOA by Durling - PSB 1033 MOA Addendum 7-15-14.pdf2014 07 15 DLA MOA by Durling - PSB 1033 MOA Addendum 7-15-14.pdf
    Addendum to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOA) that notifies California that policy and procedural changes were made which place additional controls on certain excess DOD property.  Dated July 15, 2014.

California's Certification Package

  • California Certification Package for 1033.pdfCalifornia Certification Package for 1033.pdf
    California Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) who wish to acquire and/or retain 1033 Program Excess Property must be certified and currently authorized to use the 1033 Program. This is the designated certification package to ease the paperwork process, reduce duplication of effort, and to reduce common errors.

Standard Federal Forms

  • Various program forms, including the Law Enforcement Application for Participation, aircraft and vehicle requests, weapons requests and property accounting forms can be found here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Background & Information

​1033 Program Overview:  The National defense Authorization Act authorizes the Secretary of Defense to transfer excess Department of Defense (DoD) personal property to Federal, state and local Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) with special emphasis given to counter drug and counter terrorism.  The 1033 Program (formerly the 1208 Program) allows LEAs to receive DoD excess property.  If you qualify and choose to participate, your organization will become one of over 13,000 local LEAs who have taken advantage of this unique program.

1033 Program Certification Information

Program Certification is required annually and whenever an agency's Chief Executive Official Changes.  Certification consists of a complete Certification Package and a physical inventory of controlled property procured through the 1033 or 1208 Program(s). PSPP Staff will provide your agency with an email prompt and official inventory records (as listed in the Federal database), at least 30 days before your Agency ID is scheduled to expire.   

Screening (Requesting Property)

Screening worldwide for excess property is extremely simple and can be online through the Defense Logistics Agency's property search application.  You can search for specific items or for a broad range of material.  You can even create a want list, so the system can search for you.  You can also visit your nearby Disposition Services Center (formerly known as a DRMO).

Lists of Law Enforcement related National Stock Numbers (NSNs)

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Special Equipment

Some equipment is scarce, unavailable on line, or is in such high demand that additional steps are taken to ensure equitable distribution throughout the nation.   If your agency is interested in acquiring Aircraft, Weapons, or armored response vehicles, please use the special equipment links to the right...    

Screening Links

DLA Press/Media Contacts

  • Michelle McCaskill
    Chief, Media Relations
    Defense Logistics Agency
    Public Affairs Office
    8725 John J. Kingman Rd., Suite 2545
    Fort Belvoir, VA 22060
    703-767-5280
    michelle.mccaskill@dla.mil

  • Mark Wright
    DoD Spokesman, Defense Press Office
    Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs)
    1400 Defense Pentagon (2D961) Washington DC 20301-1400
    (703) 697-5332
    mark.e.wright.civ@mail.mil

Cal OES Press/Media Contacts