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SUBCHAPTER G-AVIATION, TRANSPORTATION, AND MOTOR VEHICLES

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Motor equipment management ............
Interagency fleet management systems .......
Transportation and traffic management ..........

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SUBCHAPTER H-UTILIZATION AND DISPOSAL
Utilization and disposal of hazardous materials

and certain categories of property
Utilization of personal property ............
Donation of personal property
Sale, abandonment, or destruction of personal

property ........
Utilization and disposal of personal property pur-

suant to exchange/sale authority
Utilization, donation, or disposal of abandoned and

forfeited personal property ......
Special DOE disposal authorities ........

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PART 109-1- INTRODUCTION

Subpart 109-1.1-Regulation System

109–1.5110 Physical inventories of personal

property. 109–1.5111 Retirement of property. 109–1.5112 Loss, damage, or destruction of

personal property in possession of DOE

direct operations. 109–1.5113 Loss, damage, or destruction of

personal property in possession of des

ignated contractors. 109–1.5114 Use of non-Government-owned

property. 109-1.5148 Personal property management

reports.

Sec. 109–1.100-50 Scope of subpart. 109_1.100-51 Definitions and acronyms. 109–1.101 Federal Property Management

Regulations System. 109–1.101-50 DOE-PMR System. 109.1.102 Federal Property Management

Regulations. 109–1.102–50 DOE-PMRS. 109_1.103 FPMR temporary regulations. 109–1.103-50 DOE-PMR temporary policies

and bulletins. 109–1.104 Publication and distribution of

FPMR. 109–1.104-50 Publication and distribution of

DOE-PMR. 109–1.106 Applicability of FPMR. 109–1.106–50 Applicability of FPMR and

DOE-PMR. 109-1.107 Agency consultation regarding

FPMR. 109-1.107–50 Consultation regarding DOE

PMR. 109–1.108 Agency implementation and sup

plementation of FPMR. 109–1.110–50 Deviation procedures. Subpart 109-1.50—Personal Property

Management Program 109–1.5000 Scope of subpart. 109–1.5001 Policy. 109–1.5002 Personal property management

program objectives.

Subpart 109-1.52—Personal Property Man

agement Program for Designated

Contractors 109–1.5200 Scope of subpart. 109_1.5201 Policy. 109–1.5202 Establishment of a personal prop

erty holdings baseline. 109–1.5203 Management of subcontractor

held personal property. 109–1.5204 Review and approval of a des

ignated contractor's personal property

management system. 109–1.5205 Personal property management

system changes.

Subpart 109-1.53—Management of High

Risk Personal Property 109–1.5300 Scope of subpart. 109_1.5301 Applicability. 109–1.5302 Policies. 109_1.5303 Procedures. 109_1.5304 Deviations.

AUTHORITY: Sec. 644, Pub. L. 95–91, 91 Stat. 599 (42 U.S.C. 7254).

SOURCE: 63 FR 19616, Apr. 20, 1998, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart 109-1.51—Personal Property Management Standards and Practices

109–1.5100 Scope of subpart. 109–1.5101 Official use of personal property. 109–1.5102 Maximum use of personal prop

erty. 109–1.5103 Loan of personal property. 109–1.5104 Borrowing of personal property. 109–1.5105 Identification marking of per

sonal property. 109–1.5106 Segregation of personal property. 109–1.5107 Physical protection of personal

property. 109–1.5108 Personal property records re

quirements. 109–1.5108-1 Equipment. 109-1.5108-2 Sensitive items. 109_1.5108-3 Stores inventories. 109_1.51084 Precious metals. 109–1.5108_5 Administratively controlled

items. 109–1.5109 Control of sensitive items.

Subpart 109-1.1-Regulation

System $109–1.100–50 Scope of subpart.

This subpart sets forth the Department of Energy (DOE) Property Management Regulations (DOE-PMR) which establish uniform DOE property management policies, regulations, and procedures that implement and supplement the Federal Property Management Regulations. Property management statutory authorities that are unique to the Department (e.g., section 161g of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2201(g)) and section 3155 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1994 (42 U.S.C. 72741)) are not addressed in these regulations.

8109–1.100-51 Definitions and acro

nyms. (a) Definitions. As used in this chapter, the terms personal property and property are synonymous. In addition, the following definitions apply:

Administratively controlled items means personal property controlled at the discretion of individual DOE offices, but for which there is no DOE requirement to maintain formal records.

Automatic data processing equipment means, as used in this part and to the extent that such equipment is used to process export controlled information or unclassified controlled nuclear information, any equipment or interconnected system or subsystems of equipment that is used in the automatic acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception of data or information.

Designated contractors means those on-site DOE contractors to which the DOE-PMR is made applicable when included as a contractual requirement. The contractors to which these regulations may be made applicable include management and operating (M&O) contractors, environmental restoration and management contractors, and other major prime contractors located at DOE sites.

Direct operations means operations conducted by DOE personnel. Disposal means the process of reuti

ng, transferring, donating, selling abandoning, destroying, or other disposition of Government-owned personal property.

Dual-Use List means nuclear-related material, equipment, and related technology as described in the International Atomic Energy Agency Information Circular (INFCIRC) 254 Part 2.

Equipment means any item of personal property having a unit acquisition cost of $5,000 or more and having the potential for maintaining its integrity (i.e., not expendable due to use) as an item.

Especially designed or prepared property means equipment and material designed or prepared especially for use in the nuclear fuel cycle and described in the Nuclear Suppliers Group Trigger List (INFCIRC 254 Part 1).

Export controlled information means unclassified U.S. Government information under DOE cognizance that, if proposed for export by the private sector, would require a U.S. Department of Commerce or U.S. Department of State validated license, or a DOE authorization for export, and which, if given uncontrolled release, could reasonably be expected to adversely affect U.S. national security or nuclear nonproliferation objectives.

Export controlled property means property the export of which is subject to licensing by the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, or authorized by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Hazardous property means any personal property, including scrap or waste but excluding property involving a radiological hazard, that is ignitable, corrosive, reactive, or toxic because of its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics, or that is deemed a hazardous material, chemical substance or mixture, or hazardous waste under the Hazardous Material Transportation Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, or the Toxic Substances Control Act. Such property may be in solid, liquid, semi-liquid, or contained gas form and may cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or illness, or pose present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly used, treated, stored, transported, disposed of, or mismanaged.

Heads of field organizations means the heads of any Departmental office located outside the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In addition, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Office of Headquarters Procurement Operations, shall be considered a field organization for purposes of these regulations.

High risk personal property means property that, because of its potential impact on public health and safety, the

environment, national security inter- material or technology used in the reests, or proliferation concerns, must be search, design, development, testing, or controlled, and disposed of in other production of nuclear or other weapthan the routine manner. The cat- ons. egories of high risk property are auto Radioactive property means any item matic data processing equipment, espe- or material that is contaminated with cially designed or prepared property, radioactivity and which emits ionizing export controlled information, export radiation in excess of background radicontrolled property, hazardous prop- ation as measured by appropriate inerty, nuclear weapon components or strumentation. weapon-like components, proliferation Sensitive items means those items of sensitive property, radioactive prop personal property which are considered erty, special nuclear material, and un to be susceptible to being appropriated classified controlled nuclear informa

for personal use or which can be readtion.

ily converted to cash, for example: Munitions list means articles, serv

Firearms, portable photographic equipices, and related technical data des ment, binoculars, portable tape recordignated as defense articles and defense ers, portable calculators, portable services by the Arms Export Control power tools, portable computers, and Act of 1968, as amended.

portable communications equipment. Nuclear weapon component or weapon

Special nuclear material means plutolike component means parts of whole

nium, uranium 233, uranium enriched war reserve nuclear weapon systems,

in the isotope 233 or 235, any other majoint test assemblies, trainers, or test

terials which the Nuclear Regulatory devices, including associated testing,

Commission pursuant to the Atomic maintenance, and handling equipment;

Energy Act of 1954, as amended, deteror items that simulate such parts.

mines to be special nuclear material, Personal property means property of

or any material artificially enriched by any kind, except for real estate and in

any of the foregoing, but does not interests therein (such as easements and

clude source material. rights-of-way), and permanent fixtures

Trigger List means nuclear material, which are Government-owned, char

equipment, and related technology as tered, rented, or leased from commer

described in the INFCIRC 254, Part 1. cial sources by and in the custody of

Unclassified controlled nuclear informaDOE or its designated contractors;

tion means U.S. Government informasource, byproduct, special nuclear ma

tion pertaining to atomic energy deterials, and atomic weapons as defined

fense activities as defined in section in section 11 of the Atomic Energy Act

148 of the Atomic Energy Act. Such inof 1954 (42 U.S.C. 2014), as amended; and

formation can relate to aspects of nupetroleum in the Strategic Petroleum

clear weapons design, development, Reserve and the Naval Petroleum Re

testing, physical security, production,

or utilization facilities. serves. Personal property management means

(b) Acronyms. As used in this chapter, the development, implementation, and

the following acronyms apply: administration of policies, standards, ADPE: Automatic Data Processing Equipprograms, practices and procedures for ment effective and economical acquisition,

CFR: Code of Federal Regulations receipt, storage, issue, use, control,

CSC: Customer Supply Center

DEAR: Department of Energy Acquisition physical protection, care and mainte

Regulation nance, determination of requirements,

DOD: Department of Defense maintenance of related operating DOE: Department of Energy records, and disposal of personal prop DOE-PMR: Department of Energy Property erty (exclusive of the property ac Management Regulations counting records).

DPMO: Departmental Property Management

Officer Proliferation-sensitive property means

ECCN: Export Control Classification Number nuclear-related or dual-use equipment,

ECI: Export Controlled Information material, or technology as described in

EHFFP: Equipment Held For Future the Nuclear Suppliers Group Trigger Projects List and Dual-Use List, or equipment, EOQ: Economic Order Quantity

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