Federal Military Excess Equipment Program
The Federal LESO/1033 Excess Military Equipment Program is part of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO). Agencies with arrest and apprehension authority, including tribal police departments, may participate in this program. Under the LESO/1033 Program, approved agencies may request excess military equipment at no cost to the agency. Costs are only incurred when equipment is shipped to an agency. Property obtained through the LESO/1033 Program cannot be transferred, sold, disposed of, destroyed, or traded without approval, as property ownership is retained by the Department of Defense.
Idaho’s 1033 Program Manager is Tecia Ferguson, whose authority is delegated by the Governor-appointed State Coordinator, Colonel Kedrick Wills, Director of the Idaho State Police. Any questions regarding the LESO/1033 Program in Idaho should be directed to Ms. Ferguson by email.
Additional information about the LESO/1033 Program:
- LESO’s Main Page
- General Enrollment Information
- MOA between DLA and the State of Idaho
Accessing LESO Websites: