Property Disposal Workshop - Half Day Session - 7/31/2013
Attend the Half-Day Disposal Workshop to gain a well-rounded understanding of the basics of the disposal process from listing to acquiring excess property!
The Property Disposal Workshop - Half Day Session covers four of the main disposal topics. Participants can expect to gain a well-rounded understanding of the basics of the disposal process, from listing to acquiring excess property.
Details for the training are as follows:
Date: July 31, 2013
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Robert C. Byrd Courthouse; 300 Virginia Street, East; Charleston, WV 25301
U.S. General Services Administration Suite #1620
Registration will be required for the course.
Topics to be covered include the following:
Basic Property Disposal 101 - The purpose of this course is to provide a general overview of the disposal process. We will examine the four steps of the disposal process (internal screening, federal screening, state/local screening, and sales) as well as a brief section on abandonment and destruction and CFL.
Abandonment & Destruction - This topic examines the Abandonment and Destruction (A&D) authority in depth and discusses who makes the determination to go to A&D and what the criteria are for making that judgment.
Computers for Learning - This topic examines how the Computers For Learning program can help disadvantaged schools by having Federal agencies donate their unused computer equipment . This training will teach you (the federal agency) how to navigate the Computers For Learning program to help a school in need.
Acquiring Excess Personal Property - This topic examines how agencies can save money by making excess the first source of supply. We will examine the GSAXcess website and discuss methods of searching for property that is available to the agency.
GSAxcess Live Tutorial and Q&A Session - This will serve as the conclusion to the training session and will allow an opportunity for participants to ask specific questions about the process or program.
The entire course will be completed within four hours and participants will receive four CLP credits for participating.