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8 101-44.601 Donation approval.
The donation of surplus property for which the Red Cross is the eligible donee shall not require further GSA approval, unless the property has an estimated value in excess of $500 or, in the case of blood plasma, consists of a quantity in excess of 1,000 units. In those instances in which the property to be donated exceeds the amounts stated, the GSA Regional Administrator for the area in which the property is located may approve the formal request submitted by the Red Cross.
44.601, the Red Cross shall send three copies of the formal request and shipping instructions to the designated GSA regional office for approval. Upon approval, the GSA regional office will mail two approved copies direct to the responsible activity of the holding agency.
8 101-44.604 Transfer by holding agen
су. The holding agency shall transfer direct to the Red Cross, upon receipt of the request and shipping instructions provided for in $101-44.603, all items of surplus property requested. One copy of the request and shipping instructions shall be enclosed with the shipment or attached to shipping documents. The shipments shall be made f.o.b. installation, transportation charges collect.
8 101-44.602 Cooperation of holding
agencies. Holding agencies shall cooperate with the Red Cross by informing the National Headquarters, Attention: General Supply Office, 17th and D Streets NW., Washington, DC 20006, of any surplus property in their custody which meets the criteria in $ 101-44.600. By memorandum, letter, or other means of communication, the holding agencies shall provide information regarding suggested shipping facilities, quantity, description, condition, and location of such property in their inventories.
8 101-44.605 Donable property deter
mined unusable by the Red Cross. Property eligible for donation to the Red Cross which because of deterioration or for other reasons the Red Cross declines in writing to request as a donation, or as to which no action is taken by the Red Cross within the 20 calendar day period prescribed in $10144.603, shall be disposed of as other surplus. When the Red Cross property is offered for disposal, the disposal document shall provide for a certification to the effect that all Red Cross labels or other Red Cross identifications will be obliterated or removed from the property before use by the recipient or transfer by him to other users.
Subpart 101-44.7-Donations of
Property to Public Bodies
8 101-44.603 Action by the Red Cross.
(a) Upon receipt of information from the holding agency regarding the availability of surplus personal property covered by this subpart, the Red Cross may inspect the property or request it pursuant to g 101-44.600 without inspection.
(b) The formal request and shipping instructions in duplicate shall be prepared and transmitted by the Red Cross to the holding agency activity having custody of the property within 20 calendar days from the date of notification of information provided for in $ 101-44.602. Shipping instructions shall include a list of all such surplus property to be transferred and shall include reference to the date when information on which the request is based was received by the Red Cross. One copy of the request and shipping instructions shall be forwarded to the GSA regional office for the area in which the property is located.
(c) When the property to be donated exceeds the quantities stated in $ 101–
§ 101-44.700 Scope of subpart.
This subpart prescribes the policies and methods governing the disposition by executive agencies by donation to public bodies of personal property which has no commercial value or of which the estimated cost of continued care and handling would exceed the estimated proceeds from its sale. This subpart does not apply to:
(a) Surplus personal property donated for the purposes of subparts 101– 44.2, 101-44.4, and 101-44.5; or
8 101-44.701-1 General.
(a) Property shall not be donated to public bodies by an executive agency unless it is affirmatively found in writing by a duly authorized official of the agency either that:
(1) The property has no commercial value, or
(2) The estimated cost of its continued care and handling would exceed the estimated proceeds from its sale.
(b) Findings shall not be made by any official directly accountable for the property covered thereby.
8 101-44.900 Scope of subpart.
Property disposed of under the following statues is first subject to the requirements of subparts 101-44.2, 10144.4, and 101-44.5. Disposals under these statutes do not require the approval of the Administrator of General Services.
8 101-44.701–2 Reviewing authority.
When a line item of the property to be disposed of under this subpart 101– 44.7 by an executive agency at any one location at any one time had an original cost (estimated if not known) of more than $1,000, findings made under $ 101–44.701–1 shall be approved by a reviewing authority before any disposal.
g 101-44.901 Condemned obsolete
material. Pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2572, the Secretary of a military department or the Secretary of the Treasury (and the Secretary of Transportation with regard to the functions of the Coast Guard transferred to him under Pub. L. 89-670, approved October 15, 1966) may lend or give, without expense to the United States, books, manuscripts, works of art, drawings, plans, models, and condemned or obsolete combat material that are not needed by that department to recipients specified in 10 U.S.C. 2572. However, records of the Government as defined in 44 U.S.C. 3306 shall not be disposed of under this $ 101– 44.901.
§ 101–44.702 Donations to public bod
g 101-44.702–1 Authority to donate.
Any executive agency may donate property to public bodies in accordance with $ 101-44.701–1.
8 101-44.702–2 Disposal costs.
Any public body receiving property from an executive agency pursuant to this subpart shall pay the disposal costs incident to the donation such as packing, preparation for shipment, demilitarization, loading, and transportation to the donee.
§ 101-44.902 Obsolete, condemned, or
captured vessels. Pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 7308, the Secretary of the Navy may transfer by gift or otherwise, on terms prescribed by him and set forth in 10 U.S.C. 7308 (b) and (c), any obsolete or condemned vessel of the Navy or any captured vessel in the possession of the Department of the Navy to recipients specified in 10 U.S.C. 7308.
8 101-44.702-3 Hazardous materials.
When hazardous materials as defined in part 101-42 are donated to a public body in accordance with this subpart, the head of the agency or designee authorized to make the donation shall be responsible for the safeguards, notifications, and certifications required by
§ 101-44.903 Obsolete naval material.
Pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 7541, the Secretary of the Navy may give obsolete material not needed for naval purposes and may sell other material that may be spared at a price representing its fair value to the Boy Scouts of America for the sea scouts, the Naval Sea Cadet Corps for the sea cadets, and the Young Marines of the Marine Corps League for the young marines. The costs of transportation and delivery of material given or sold shall be charged to the Boy Scouts of America, the Naval Sea Cadets, or the Young Marines of the Marine Corps League, as appropriate.
8 101-44.904 Obsolete material and ar
ticles of historic interest. Pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 7545, the Secretary of the Navy may lend or give, without expense to the United States, captured, condemned, or obsolete ordnance material; books, manuscripts, works of art, drawings, plans, and models; other condemned or obsolute material, trophies, and flags; and other material of historic interest not needed by the Department of the Navy to recipients specified in 10 U.S.C. 7545. However, records of the Government as defined in 44 U.S.C. 3306 shall not be disposed of under this $ 101-44.904.
101-44.905 Obsolete or other Coast
(d) The Administrator of General Services will submit by April 30, 1991, and biennially thereafter, a report in duplicate to the President of the U.S. Senate and to the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives that covers the initial period from November 5, 1988, and each succeeding biennial period and contains a full and independent evaluation of the operation of programs for the donation of Federal surplus personal property; statistical information on the amount of excess personal property transferred to Federal agencies and provided to grantees and non-Federal organizations and surplus personal property approved for donation to the State agencies for surplus property and donated to eligible nonFederal organizations during each succeeding biennial period; and such recommendations as the Administrator determines to be necessary or desirable. A copy of each report will be simultaneously furnished to the Comptroller General of the United States. The Comptroller General shall review and evaluate the report and make any comments and recommendations to the Congress thereon, as he deems necessary or desirable.
(e) Each State agency shall submit a report in duplicate to the appropriate GSA regional office by the 25th day of the month following the quarter being reported, using GSA Form 3040, State Agency Monthly Donation Report of Surplus Personal Property. (The Office of Management and Budget Approval Number 3090-0112 has been assigned to this form.) Section 101-44.4902-3040 illustrates the GSA form and $10144.4902–3040_1 provides instructions for its use.
(f) Each State agency shall make such additional reports to GSA as may be required by the Administrator to carry out his discretionary authority to transfer surplus personal property for donation and to report to the Congress on the status and progress of the donation program.
Pursuant to 14 U.S.C. 641a, the Commandant of the Coast Guard may dispose of, with or without charge, obsolete or other material not needed for the Coast Guard to recipients specified in 14 U.S.C. 641a.
§ 101-44.4701 Reports.
(b) The Administrator of General Services will submit by October 21, 1987, and annually thereafter, a report to the Congress that describes each program that is administered by the agency to assist homeless individuals and the number of homeless individuals served by each program; impediments, including any statutory and regulatory restrictions, to the use of these programs by homeless individuals; and efforts made by GSA to increase the opportunities for homeless individuals to obtain shelter, food, and supportive services.
[42 FR 56003, Oct. 20, 1977, as amended at 53 FR 16117, May 5, 1988; 53 FR 47198, Nov. 22, 1988; 54 FR 38676, Sept. 20, 1989; 62 FR 34013, June 24, 1997)
Subpart 101-44.48 [Reserved)
Subpart 101-44.49– Illustrations of
g 101-44.4900 Scope of subpart.
This subpart illustrates forms prescribed or available for use in connection with subject matter covered in this part 101-44.
8 101-44.4901 Standard forms.
(a) Standard forms are illustrated in this section to show their text, format and arrangement and to provide a ready source of reference. The subsection numbers in this section orrespond with the Standard form numbers.
(b) The Standard forms illustrated in this $ 101–44.4901 may be obtained by Federal activities by submitting a requisition in FEDSTRIP/MILSTRIP format to the GSA regional office providing support to the requesting activity. State agencies may obtain copies of these forms from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, Washington, DC 20402.
property; and contains authorized signatures in ink on the original (copies of transfer orders may have stamped signatures). All other entries must be typed or printed. All city and State addresses shown on the form should include the ZIP code. Transfer orders received without sufficient information will be returned to the applicant or held in suspense until the missing information is obtained from the appropriate source. SF 123-A (Continuation sheet) shall be used for listing any additional property.
(ii) Reportable property, nonreportable property and property located at separate locations should not be requested on the same SF 123.
(iii) Recognized abbreviations for Federal agencies or donee organizations may be used in completing SF 123; e.g., GSA (General Services Administration); FAA (Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation); SA (State agency); BSA (Boy Scouts of America); and DRMS (Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service).
(2) Adjustments and disapprovals. Any adjustment or partial disapproval made for the property listed in block 12 shall be initialed by the representative and or officer signing in block 13b, 130, 14b, or 14d. When a transfer order is disapproved in its entirety, the representative or officer who disapproves the action will return the SF 123 to the applicant with an explanation of the disapproval. When a line item is disapproved, it will be crossed out, marked "disapproved," and initialed by the representative or officer making the deletion.
(3) Entries-(i) Order number(s) (block 1). Enter the State serial number and or transfer order and control numbers assigned by DOD, FAA, or the donees. If the continuation sheet (SF 123-A) is used, it must contain the same transfer order number(s).
(ii) Type of Order (block 2). Insert "X" in the appropriate square to identify the type of order.
(iii) Surplus Release Date (block 3). Enter the surplus release date, sometimes called the automatic release date, as follows:
8 101-44.4901-123 Standard Form 123,
Transfer Order Surplus Personal
§ 101-44.4901-123-A Standard Form
123-A, Transfer Order Surplus Personal Property (Continuation
sheet). NOTE: The form illustrated in $101-44.4901123-A is filed as part of the original document.
g 101-44.4901-123–1 Instructions for
preparing and processing Standard Form 123.
(a) Preparing Standard Form 123—(1) General-(i) The Standard Form 123 must include all information specified on the form. Particular care should be taken to ensure that the transfer order indicates the surplus release date (SRD), sometimes referred to as the automatic release date (ARD); identifies property as reportable or nonreportable; shows applicable GSA, Department of Defense (DOD), and holding activity control or report numbers; indicates the holding agency document or voucher number for nonreportable
(A) DOD Property Reported to DRMS Only. The correct date may be obtained from DRMS or the holding activity.
(B) DOD Property Reported to GSA Through DRMS. The correct date may be obtained from DRMS, GSA, or the holding activity.
(C) Executive Agency Property Reported Directly to GSA. The correct date may be obtained from GSA or the holding agency.
(D) Property Not Reported to DRMS or GSA. The surplus release date is assigned by the holding agency (property disposal officer) and must be obtained therefrom. When nonreported property items with several surplus release dates are listed, each date should follow the respective line item and block 3 will not be completed.
(iv) Set-Aside Date (block 4). Enter the date on which nonreported property was set aside at the holding agency by
authorized donee representative, pursuant to $101-44.109. The insertion of a set-aside date will indicate to the GSA office that the property is available as surplus and that the holding agency has agreed to set the property aside pending receipt of donation approval.
(V) Type of Property (block 5). Insert an “X” in the appropriate square to identify the property as reportable or nonreportable to GSA. An “X” shall not be inserted to identify the property as nonreportable when any property listed is either reportable to GSA or had previously been reported on SF 120, Report of Excess Personal Property, to GSA in accordance with 8 101-43.311. Reportable property never loses its identity.
(vi) Total Acquisition Cost (block 6). Enter the sum of all the total costs shown under block 12(h) and on continuation sheets when appropriate.
(vii) General Services Administration (block 7). Add the street address, city, State, and ZIP code of the appropriate GSA office.
(viii) Location of Property (block 8). Insert the actual location of the property, including if available the warehouse or building number, street address, city, State, and ZIP code or other specific location of the property listed in block 12.
(ix) Holding Agency (block 9). Enter the complete name and address of the holding agency, including ZIP code; i.e., the executive agency which has accountability and administrative control over the property. It may or may not be the same as the property location.
(x) For GSA Use Only (block 10). The GSA regional office will enter the appropriate codes in order to satisfy automated control reporting requirements.
(xi) Pickup or Shipping Instructions (block 11). Insert the name, address, including ZIP code, and telephone number of the State agency or donee rep resentative to be notified of property availability when the property listed in block 12 is to be picked up. Enter shipping instructions when the property listed in block 12 is to be shipped. The applicant shall pay all transportation costs.
(xii) Surplus Property List (blocks 12 (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (1), (g), and (h))/(A) Line Item Number. Enter in block 12(a) the identical number assigned to the line item on the document from which the control numbers indicated in block 12(b) are selected.
(B) Identification Numbers. Enter in block 12(b) pertinent identification numbers as follows:
(1) GSA control number. Military property reported to GSA through DRMS and all civilian and military agency property reported directly to GSA is assigned a GSA control number. The GSA control number may be obtained from the appropriate GSA office. In all cases in which a GSA control number is assigned, it must be entered on the SF 123.
(2) DOD excess report number. All excess property reported to DRMS is assigned a DOD excess report number. For such property subsequently reported to GSA, the DOD excess report number may be obtained from GSA or the DRMO/holding activity. The DOD excess report number for DOD property screened by DRMS but not reported to GSA for screening may be obtained from DRMS or the DRMO/holding activity. In all cases in which a DOD excess report number is assigned, it must be entered on the SF 123.