Department of Defense 1033 Program data
This is a compilation of the raw data from the 1033 program that was released by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Agency.
"This law allows transfer of excess Department of Defense property that might otherwise be destroyed to law enforcement agencies across the United States and its territories," according to the site.
The data is current as of September 30, 2015. The Washington Post will attempt to update the data if updates are posted online.
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Data originally obtained from the [FOIA Reading Room] (http://www.dispositionservices.dla.mil/EFOIA-Privacy/Pages/ereadingroom.aspx#1033).
According to the DoD, "Some of the items DLA transfers under the LESO program were purchased, in some cases, up to 50 years ago. Therefore, the acquisition cost is the value of the item when it was last purchased."
The Post added a "Cost" column, multiplying the "Acquisition Value" column by the "Quantity" column.
Lookup tables for demilitarization codes and demilitarization integrity codes are included and notes on demilitarization codes can be found here: http://www.dlis.dla.mil/demil/demil_codes.asp