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Oversight of the administrative process for disposing on government surplus parts and equipment

hearing before the Subcommittee of Administrative Oversight and the Courts of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, first session ... July 8, 1997.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Surplus military property -- Government policy -- United States.,
    • Arms transfers -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesS. hrg. ;, 105-227
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF26 .J8327 1997a
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 69 p. ;
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL412641M
      ISBN 10016055781X
      LC Control Number98114894
      OCLC/WorldCa38214700

      BOOK SURPLUS PROCESS LIBRARY BOOK SURPLUS MAINTENANCE TEXT BOOK SURPLUS Open a Note Pad document and scan barcodes into it with the check-out scanner. Save Note Pad document in your Document folder. Stamp “discard” over the Library stamps on the title page, p the top and/or bottom of the book. Desensitize the books. In , the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine issued an Interim Report evaluating the general viability of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration’s (DOE-NNSA’s) conceptual plans for disposing of 34 metric tons (MT) of surplus plutonium in the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), a deep geologic repository near Carlsbad, New .

      Audit of Fixed Assets Processes and Procedures Project # Prepared by Office of the Inspector General and disposing of fixed assets. The District’s Administrative Policies has two parts; Part I –District Polic ies and Part II – District Procedures. They administer the annual fixed asset inventory process, and surplus asset. Policy. All equipment and material (including teaching and research equipment and furniture and office equipment) which becomes surplus to current operating requirements will be reported to the Purchasing Department, which will be responsible for maintaining a file of current surplus items.

      All goods & equipment which is signed off as surplus to requirements within a department or ward but not condemned will routinely be considered for alternative use within the Trust prior to sale or disposal. 3 RE-ALLOCATION OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT Where the surplus item(s) can be put to good purpose within the Trust. SURPLUS EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS DISPOSAL POLICY. Page: 4. Materials. Materials for sale under this policy must be identified by an appropriate Service Unit Manager/Budget Manager as being surplus to requirements and unlikely to be of any use in the future to the Council, a record of this should be sent to the Procurement.


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Oversight of the administrative process for disposing on government surplus parts and equipment by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Oversight of the administrative process for disposing on government surplus parts and equipment: hearing before the Subcommittee of Administrative Oversight and the Courts of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, first session July 8, [United States.

Congress. This is a disposing agency number assigned for tracking surplus documents. This is the only number you will see in your queue. We recommend assigning a 2-digit year, a dash and the request number found at the top right hand corner of your disposal document.

The following guidelines will be used when disposing surplus property: 1. Central Receiving will publicize through the Surplus HigherEd Instruction Property (SHIP) website all material or equipment that can be used for instructional purpose by a public school/school district, or anFile Size: KB.

DISPOSITION OF GOVERNMENT-OWNED EQUIPMENT. This part describes when U.S. government property (federal-owned) tags are to be removed from a piece of equipment: transfers of equipment, contract or grant completion, excess property, disposition of scrap and salvage, and the disposition records for the equipment.

Relocating equipment to another branch avoids buying a new unit and saves on procurement costs. It is the best stewardship from an environmental and social point of view. 2) Recondition.

Also referred as “refurbishing”, it is the method of putting used equipment and parts. Defense Surplus Equipment Disposal: Background Information Congressional Research Service 4 equipment to include state and local law enforcement, firefighting, homeland security, and emergency management agencies Also, the Affordable Reloaded Munitions Supply (ARMS) Act of (H.R.

) was introduced in the House on Ap The contract procedure and legal formalities adopted in buying are applicable in sales of surplus, obsolete materials, scrap and waste. Disposal Route # 5. Sale to Employees: Some organisations follow the practice of selling the surplus, obsolete and non-moving items to their employees at a very low price.

An employee shall not, directly or indirectly, take or dispose of, or allow the taking or disposal of, Government property, unless authorized to do so. For purposes of this section, property remains Government property until disposed of in accordance with applicable rules and regulations. Your local government, a mid-sized city in North Carolina, owns 50 laptops that are in working condition but are no longer being used.

Each laptop is worth about $ As the Purchasing Manager, you’ve been asked to figure out how to get rid of these laptops. While you’re trying to decide how to get rid [ ]. Defense Surplus Equipment Disposal, Including the Law Enforcement Program Congressional Research Service 2 one-year renewal options.7 The contract was later extended through Febru On SeptemLiquidity Services announced that DLA had exercised the second of.

process, verify, abstract, or control documents, reports, or records for disposing of excess or surplus personal property, and positions that involve full-performance property disposal work evaluated below the GS level to the Property Disposal Clerical and Technical Series, GS Size: KB.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary: Hearing: Oversight of The Administrative Process for Disposing of Government of Surplus Parts and Equipment,July 8, ([Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?]) (page images at HathiTrust) United States.

Congress. Senate. Disposing of Surplus, Obsolete, and Unusable Textbooks and Instructional Materials. POLICY: It shall be the policy of The School Board of Orange County, Florida (“Board”) that any instructional materials whichbecome unserviceable or surplus or are no longer on state contract shall be.

The disposal of surplus government owned property is an important part of the government’s drive to improve its estate management and create an efficient, fit-for-purpose and sustainable estate. This process will ensure user access to quality and up-to-date computer equipment through a cost effective model based on controlled equipment costs and leveraged purchasing.

This will also establish a process for exceptions for purchasing equipment outside the baseline and for ensuring that the necessary tools (such as software) are in place. Surplus or outdated furniture, equipment and materials will be disposed of in accordance with this Procedure.

Procedures: A. Audio Visual Equipment 1. Replacement a) Requests for the replacement of audio visual equipment are normally made during the budget development process.

b) Except as noted in A 1(d) below, a request to replace a piece of. Equipment and materials purchased with university funds, including discretionary and ISU Foundation funds, are university-owned and subject to this policy.

Policy Statement ISU Surplus. ISU Surplus is solely responsible for the sale or disposal of university-owned equipment deemed surplus/excess by a .Government Property, andGovernment Property Installation Operation Services, is the subject of this Guidebook.

The policies and procedures presented in this Guidebook are designed to imple-ment the requirements of the FAR, facilitate the effective and efficient oversightFile Size: KB. regulations. Surplus Property also assists departments who have a need for item(s) that have been sent to surplus that can be utilized by another department.

List the top goals/priorities of the unit. Dispose of unwanted, damaged equipment and/or supplies in a timely manner. Most of the items are. Surplus personal property in which the Federal Government or other entity has a legal interest should be transferred to such entity when no longer needed.

It is unlawful for any state official or employee, including System employees, to purchase from the state except by bid at public auction any surplus property during the tenure of his office.

1 Obsolete-Surplus-Non-moving. 2 Unserviceable 3 Waste arising out of production. 4 By-products: Disposable item have no use and thus need to be removed from the premises.Policy for the Disposal of Waste, Surplus Supplies and Redundant or Obsolete Equipment The Environmental Protection Act and the various supporting legislation places obligations on the University with regard to the storage, disposal and monitoring of waste.

Waste is defined as any.(7) To establish and operate the state agency for surplus property for the purpose of distributing surplus properties made available by the federal government under Pub.

L.81st Congress, as amended, to institutions, organizations, agencies, and others as may be eligible to receive such surplus properties pursuant to applicable provisions of federal law.