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Published by The Dept. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Surplus government property -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesObsolescence-- and opportunity.
Statementadministered by U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Surplus Property Utilization.
SeriesDHEW publication -- no. (OS) 72-9
ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare Office of Surplus Property Utilization.
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p. :
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22396352M

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Eligible Activities to Receive Surplus Federal Personal Property by Donation provides a listing of eligible organizations. Contact the Local State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP) State agencies and public organizations seeking donations of surplus federal property should contact a SASP representative in their region. These state-run organizations coordinate with the federal program for the donation of federal surplus property . Program Objective To convey or lease all surplus Federal real properties made available by the disposal agency which are needed and usable by eligible organizations and institutions to carry out health programs, including homeless assistance programs. Surplus Property Utilization To convey or lease all surplus Federal real properties made available by the disposal agency which are needed and usable by eligible organizations and institutions to carry out health programs, including homeless assistance programs. Surplus Real Property Available for Public Use Real Property Utilization & Disposal GSA is responsible for promoting effective use of federal real property assets, as well as the disposal of real property that is no longer mission-critical to federal agencies.

Customers within the surplus property program are “donees.” This stems from the fact that property title (ownership) does not transfer until certain conditions are met as stated in Section Restrictions for Transferred State Property of this Manual. “Sales” are transactions only made to the public. Property is first held for reutilization within NIH for 21 days, then is available to other Federal Agencies and the Direct Donation Program for 14 days, before it is declared to GSA Xcess. Once an Institute or Center puts a piece of property into excess and it is picked up and brought to the GDC warehouse, the property item is stored at the warehouse for a maximum of 70 calendar days before disposal. Let us help you find what you are looking for. Categories. Aviation. entries per page. New Items in Green Sale Items in Red Time Discount Items in Blue.

The Surplus Property Office manages the sale and disposal of personal surplus state property and the distribution of federal government property, equipment, and vehicles to government agencies, qualified non-profit entities, and the public. All personal property owned by the state of South Carolina that has been declared as surplus is required to be disposed of by the Surplus. Utilization of surplus property for educational and public health purposes: hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Donable Property of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, first session, on H.R. , to amend the Federal property and administrative services act of so as to improve the administration of the program for the utilization of surplus property . Surplus Property Utilization. To convey or lease all surplus Federal real properties made available by the disposal agency which are needed and usable by eligible organizations and institutions to carry out health programs, including homeless assistance programs. Property Officer: Date: The recipient of Maryland State Surplus Property listed below, certifies that the property listed on the accompanying Excess Property Declaration (DGS ): 1. Will be used for filling a specific need in the recipient’s program, and for no other purpose. 2.