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Subchapter B—Personal Property
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Part 102-36—Disposition of Excess Personal Property

Subpart A—General Provisions

102-36.5— What is the governing authority for this part?
102-36.10— What does this part cover?
102-36.15— Who must comply with the provisions of this part?
102-36.20— To whom do “we”, “you”, and their variants refer?
102-36.25— How do we request a deviation from these requirements and who can approve it?
102-36.30— When is personal property excess?
102-36.35— What is the typical process for disposing of excess personal property?
Definitions
102-36.40— What definitions apply to this part?
Responsibility
102-36.45— What are our responsibilities in the management of excess personal property?
102-36.50— May we use a contractor to perform the functions of excess personal property disposal?
102-36.55— What is GSA’s role in the disposition of excess personal property?

Subpart B—Acquiring Excess Personal Property For Our Agency

Acquiring Excess
102-36.60— Who is eligible to acquire excess personal property as authorized by the Property Act?
102-36.65— Why must we use excess personal property instead of buying new property?
102-36.70— What must we consider when acquiring excess personal property?
102-36.75— Do we pay for excess personal property we acquire from another Federal agency under a transfer?
102-36.80— How much do we pay for excess personal property on a transfer with reimbursement?
102-36.85— Do we pay for personal property we acquire when it is disposed of by another agency under the exchange/sale authority, and how much do we pay?
Screening of Excess
102-36.90— How do we find out what personal property is available as excess?
102-36.95— How long is excess personal property available for screening?
102-36.100— When does the screening period start for excess personal property?
102-36.105— Who is authorized to screen and where do we go to screen excess personal property on-site?
102-36.110— Do we need authorization to screen excess personal property?
102-36.115— What information must we include in the authorization form for non-Federal persons to screen excess personal property?
102-36.120— What are our responsibilities in authorizing a non-Federal individual to screen excess personal property?
Processing Transfers
102-36.125— How do we process a Standard Form 122 (SF 122), Transfer Order Excess Personal Property, through GSA?
102-36.130— What are our responsibilities in processing transfer orders of excess personal property?
102-36.135— How much time do we have to pick up excess personal property that has been approved for transfer?
102-36.140— May we arrange to have the excess personal property shipped to its final destination?
Direct Transfers
102-36.145— May we obtain excess personal property directly from another Federal agency without GSA approval?

Subpart C—Acquiring Excess Personal Property for Non-Federal Recipients

102-36.150— For which non-Federal activities may we acquire excess personal property?
102-36.155— What are our responsibilities when acquiring excess personal property for use by a non-Federal recipient?
102-36.160— What additional information must we provide on the SF 122 when acquiring excess personal property for non-Federal recipients?
Nonappropriated Fund Activities
102-36.165— Do we retain title to excess personal property furnished to a nonappropriated fund activity within our agency?
102-36.170— May we transfer personal property owned by one of our nonappropriated fund activities?
Contractors
102-36.175— Are there restrictions to acquiring excess personal property for use by our contractors?
Cooperatives
102-36.180— Is there any limitation/condition to acquiring excess personal property for use by cooperatives?
Project Grantees
102-36.185— What are the requirements for acquiring excess personal property for use by our grantees?
102-36.190— Must we always pay 25 percent of the original acquisition cost when furnishing excess personal property to project grantees?
102-36.195— What type of excess personal property may we furnish to our project grantees?
102-36.200— May we acquire excess personal property for cannibalization purposes by the grantees?
102-36.205— Is there a limit to how much excess personal property we may furnish to our grantees?

Subpart D—Disposition of Excess Personal Property

102-36.210— Why must we report excess personal property to GSA?
Reporting Excess Personal Property
102-36.215— How do we report excess personal property?
102-36.220— Must we report all excess personal property to GSA?
102-36.225— Must we report excess related personal property?
102-36.230— Where do we send the reports of excess personal property?
102-36.235— What information do we provide when reporting excess personal property?
102-36.240— What are the disposal condition codes?
Disposing of Excess Personal Property
102-36.245— Are we accountable for the personal property that has been reported excess, and who is responsible for the care and handling costs?
102-36.250— Does GSA ever take physical custody of excess personal property?
102-36.255— What options do we have when unusual circumstances do not allow adequate time for disposal through GSA?
102-36.260— How do we promote the expeditious transfer of excess personal property?
102-36.265— What if there are competing requests for the same excess personal property?
102-36.270— What if a Federal agency requests personal property that is undergoing donation screening or in the sales process?
102-36.275— May we dispose of excess personal property without GSA approval?
102-36.280— May we withdraw from the disposal process excess personal property that we have reported to GSA?
Transfers With Reimbursement
102-36.285— May we charge for personal property transferred to another Federal agency?
102-36.290— How much do we charge for excess personal property on a transfer with reimbursement?
Report of Disposal Activity
102-36.295— Is there any reporting requirement on the disposition of excess personal property?
Abandonment/Destruction
102-36.305— May we abandon or destroy excess personal property without reporting it to GSA?
102-36.310— Who makes the determination to abandon or destroy excess personal property?
102-36.315— Are there any restrictions to the use of the abandonment/ destruction authority?
102-36.320— May we transfer or donate excess personal property that has been determined appropriate for abandonment/ destruction without GSA approval?
102-36.325— What must be done before the abandonment/ destruction of excess personal property?

Subpart E—Personal Property Whose Disposal Requires Special Handling

102-36.335— Are there certain types of excess personal property that must be disposed of differently from normal disposal procedures?
Aircraft and Aircraft Parts
102-36.340— What must we do when disposing of excess aircraft?
102-36.345— May we dispose of excess Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Parts (FSCAP)?
102-36.350— How do we identify a FSCAP?
102-36.355— What are the FSCAP Criticality Codes?
102-36.360— How do we dispose of aircraft parts that are life-limited but have no FSCAP designation?
Canines, Law Enforcement
102-36.365— May we transfer or donate canines that have been used in the performance of law enforcement duties?
Disaster Relief Property
102-36.370— Are there special requirements concerning the use of excess personal property for disaster relief?
Firearms
102-36.375— May we dispose of excess firearms?
Foreign Excess Personal Property
102-36.380— Who is responsible for disposing of foreign excess personal property?
102-36.385— What are our responsibilities in the disposal of foreign excess personal property?
102-36.390— How may we dispose of foreign excess personal property?
102-36.395— How may GSA assist us in disposing of foreign excess personal property?
102-36.400— Who pays for the transportation costs when foreign excess personal property is returned to the United States?
Gifts
102-36.405— May we keep gifts given to us from the public?
102-36.410— How do we dispose of a gift in the form of money or intangible personal property?
102-36.415— How do we dispose of gifts other than intangible personal property?
102-36.420— How do we dispose of gifts from foreign governments or entities?
Hazardous Personal Property
102-36.425— May we dispose of excess hazardous personal property?
Munitions List Items/Commerce Control List Items (MLIs/CCLIs)
102-36.430— May we dispose of excess Munitions List Items (MLIs)/Commerce Control List Items (CCLIs)?
102-36.435— How do we identify Munitions List Items (MLIs)/Commerce Control List Items (CCLIs) requiring demilitarization?
Printing Equipment and Supplies
102-36.440— Are there special procedures for reporting excess printing and binding equipment and supplies?
Red Cross Property
102-36.445— Do we report excess personal property originally acquired from or through the American National Red Cross?
Shelf-Life Items
102-36.450— Do we report excess shelf-life items?
102-36.455— How do we report excess shelf-life items?
102-36.460— Do we report excess medical shelf-life items held for national emergency purposes?
102-36.465— May we transfer or exchange excess medical shelf-life items with other Federal agencies?
Vessels
102-36.470— What must we do when disposing of excess vessels?

Subpart F—Miscellaneous Disposition

102-36.475— What is the authority for transfers under “Computers for Learning”?
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