A Better Future for Surplus

Government

Government Surplus. Solved.

Transform Outdated Assets from Burden to Boon

Federal, state, and local government agencies leverage our global buyer base to maximize total supply chain value and support zero-waste initiatives. Through our online marketplaces – Government Liquidation (federal government) and GovDeals (local and state government) – Liquidity Services provides optimal recovery, comprehensive solutions, and high-impact partnerships.

Over
55 million
assets sold
More than
2.5 billion pounds
of scrap material sold

Asset Categories

Liquidity Services has expertise in nearly every government asset category:

Why Liquidity Services


See Our Client Success Stories

Learn how we've delivered consultative surplus asset management, valuation, and sales solutions for the world'€™s leading organizations.

A Sustainable Disposition Process for the USS Long Beach

In her heyday, the USS Long Beach, commissioned in 1961 as the first nuclear-powered surface warship, was a one-of-a-kind cruiser that served in Vietnam and the Gulf War, and participated in Operation Sea Orbit, the first all-nuclear cruise around the world. But as with most other great vessels, the cruiser eventually reached the end of her cruising days and was slated for recycling as prescribed for nuclear-powered ships.

How We Make Surplus Work for the State of Georgia

Through this successful partnership more than 4,100 items have been sold, generating $5 million in revenue and 100,000 bids to date for the State of Georgia. While most of the surplus property was sold to bidders in Georgia, buyers traveled an average distance of more than 170 miles to buy the State's surplus property. In total, 37 states were represented by these buyers.

Liquidity Services Helps DECA with Surplus Assets

Defense Commissary Agency requires single parter for surplus asset management across US military base and post food stores

Air Force Taps Liquidity Services for Surplus Asset Solution

Air Force Morale Welfare & Recreation Dept. finds high value in golf carts sold in Alaska, far exceeding recovery expectations