The Louisiana Property Assistance Agency is responsible for the control and disposition of all state movable property and management of the state’s fleet of vehicles.
State movable property includes such things as office furniture and equipment, cars, trucks, 4-wheelers, boat motors as well as farm and medical equipment.
The agency keeps track of the inventory of state movable property – what agency is using it and where it is physically located. When the property is no longer needed by any agency, LPAA offers it for sale/auction in an effort to return as much revenue to the state as possible from its disposal.
The purpose of the fleet management is to provide motor vehicles and related services to the state and to maintain safe, dependable and cost-effective transportation for state employees requiring the use of passenger vehicles in the performance of their jobs. The agency also puts the vehicles up for sale/auction once the state declares them surplus property.
Information about LPAA auctions and on-line sales may be found on the agency’s auction page, www.surplus.la.gov.