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required by $ 21.1. A similar affidavit shall be immediately filed in the event of a change in the officer or employee who supervises the payment of employees. In the event that the contractor or sub-contractor is a corporation, such affidavit shall be executed by its president or a vice-president. In the event that the contractor or sub-contractor is a partnership, such affidavit shall be executed by a member of the firm.*+ (Sec. 4

21.4 Regulations made part of contracts. The regulations in this part shall be made a part of each contract executed after the effective date hereof by the Government for any of the purposes enumerated in $ 21.1.*+ [Sec. 5]

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PART 30%SURPLUS REAL ESTATE; COORDINATION OF

REAL ESTATE ACTIVITIES

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Sec.

Sec.
SUBPART—In General

30.102 Expediting requests for clear

ance. 30.1 Coordination of procurement,

30.103 Leases to Government and rerental, and disposition.

newals thereof. 30.2 Clearance and coordination of

(a) Federal Building space projects.

available to be ascertained. 30.3 Regulations by director of pro

(b) Cancelation; notice, curement and information from 30.104 Leases of Government property ; departments.

report of revocation. 30.4 Scope and effect of regulations. 30.105 Disposal of real estate; clear

ance. SUBPART—Regulations pursuant

30.106 Acquisition of real estate by to $ 30.3

purchase, donation, or condem30.100 Applicability.

nation; clearance. 30.101 Clearance requirements.

30.107 Reports for record purposes.

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SUBPART-IN GENERAL

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Section 30.1 Coordination of procurement, rental, and disposition. The Director of Procurement shall have control of all property and structures not necessary to the work of any agency and will coordinate such activities connected with real estate or interests within the continental limits of the United States, except Alaska, as relate to (a) the procurement thereof whether for permanent or temporary use, by purchase, lease, or donation; (b) the occupancy of rented space by any executive department or independent establishment of the Government; (c) the disposal thereof by transfer, lease, license, permit to use, sale, or otherwise.****

**88 30.1 to 30.4, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 1, Executive Order 6166, June 10, 1933 (88 1.1, 1.2, 1.4 of this title).

třIn 88 30.1 to 30.4, inclusive, the numbers to the right of the decimal point correspond with the respective section numbers in subdivision F, Regulations governing the operation of the Branch of Supply, Procurement Division, approved by the President, Apr. 12, 1935.

30.2 Clearance and coordination of projects. All projects for the acquisition of real estate whether by purchase, lease, or in any other manner or for the disposal by sale or transfer

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shall be submitted to the Director of Procurement for clearance. Where the records

• Sections 30.1 to 30.4 are subject to the provisions of 88 10.16, 10.17.

**For statutory and source citations, see note to 8 21.1.

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show that any individual project is susceptible of coordination, clearance will be withheld to permit investigation and decision by the Director of Procurement. Those projects not susceptible of coordination will be given immediate clearance. Leases and other instruments involving annual rentals of less than $500, if for either office space for temporary occupancy of less than 6 months, or for other than office space, are exempt from the provisions of this section.*

30.3 Regulations by Director of Procurement and information from departments. The Director of Procurement shall issue regulations as to the procedure to be followed in handling real estate matters, and executive departments when requested shall furnish all available data, information, and statistics affecting real estate requested by him.**

30.4 Scope and effect of regulations. Nothing contained in the regulations in this subpart shall be interpreted to change, modify, or interfere with any of the jurisdiction and authority vested by law

the head of any executive department or independent establishment of the Government, or to extend to matters relating to the public lands, the national parks, the national forest reservations, national military parks, and national monuments, or the District of Columbia. +

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SUBPART--REGULATIONS PURSUANT TO 8 30.3

Cross REFERENCES: For regulations of the War Department relating to military reservations and national cemeteries, see 10 CFR Chapter V. Regulations of the National Park Service relating to national parks, see 36 CFR Chapter I. Regulations relating to national forests under the Forest Service, see 36 CFR Chapter II. Regulations of the General Land Office relating to national forests, see 43 CFR Part 205. Regulations of the General Land Office relating to public lands, see 43 CFR Chapter I,

30.100 Applicability. The instructions in this subpart apply to to all real estate or interests within the continental limits of the United States, except public lands, the national parks, national forests, national military parks, national monuments, Alaska, and the District of Columbia.**ft [Sec. I (2)]

**88 30.100 to 30.107, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 3, subdivision F, Regulations governing the operation of the Branch of Supply, Procurement Division, approved by the President, Apr. 12, 1935 ($ 30.3 of this title).

**The source of 88 30.100 to 30.107, inclusive, is Bulletin No. 1, Director, Procurement Division, Mar. 5, 1934.

30.101 Clearance requirements. All projects for the acquisition of real estate whether by purchase, lease or in any other manner, or for the disposal by sale or transfer will be submitted to the Chief of the Section of Space Control, Procurement Division, for clearance. Leases and other instruments falling within the following classes are exempted from clearance:

(a) Office space involving annual rental rates of less than $500 for temporary occupancy of less than 6 months.

By Procurement Division Order 11, Sept. 21, 1935, approved by the Acting Secretary of the Treasury, the function of clearing leases, etc., was delegated to this official, whose office was created by the same order.

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**For statutory and source citations, see note to $30.1.

(b) Warehouse, storage or other space not primarily for office use involving annual rental rates of less than $500.*+ [Sec. II (1)]

30.102 Expediting requests for clearance. To afford expedition and proper coordination of real estate activities, it is necessary that any department or establishment desiring to procure or dispose of real estate, bring the matter to the attention of the Chief of the Section of Space Control at the earliest possible moment, so that the needs or interests of other departments and establishments may be determined, that consideration may be given to utilization of available or unused real estate and a decision made in the best interests of the United States. If for any reason secrecy is desired, a request to that effect will be strictly complied with.** (Sec. II (2)Í

30.103 Leases to Government and renewals thereof. Applications for clearance of leases and renewals of leases will be submitted in triplicate on Form PSC-6. This form may be used for leases of land as well as space in buildings, in the former case disregarding the items that do not apply to land. Supplies of the form are not furnished by the Procurement Division.

(a) Federal Building space available to be ascertained. It is requested that all departments and establishments direct their field officials initiating applications for clearance to contact the local Federal Business Association, or in places where there is no such association, the custodians of the Federal Buildings, for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not space is available or can be made available in the Federal Building, and if not, obtain a statement to that effect to accompany the application for clearance.

(b) Cancelation; notice. If for any reason a lease is canceled before expiration of the term specified in the contract, prompt notice of such cancelation should be given the Chief of the Section of Space Control.*+ [Sec. III]

30.104 Leases of Government property; report of revocation. (a) All leases, licenses or permits to use Government-owned real estate involving an annual income to the Government at the rate of $500 or more per annum will be submitted in each application for clearance:

(1) Name and location of property.
(2) Name and address of grantee.
(3) Description of property or right granted.
(4) Amount of rental.
(5) Term of contract or agreement.

(b) Revocation of any lease, license or permit before expiration date named in the agreement should be reported as soon as possible.* * [Sec. IV)

30.105 Disposal of real estate; clearance. Applications for clearance to dispose of real estate by sale or transfer should contain sufficient detailed information to allow determination of whether or not the property can be advantageously used by some other department or establishment. These applications should include such of the following items as are applicable to the particular case:

(a) Exact location of the property. (b) Area of land.

**For statutory and source citations, see note to 8 30.100.

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(c) Number and general description of buildings.
(d) Accessibility by land or water, streets, docks, wharves, etc.
e) Transportation facilities.
(f) Estimated value of property.** [Sec. V]
30.106 Acquisition of real estate by purchase, donation, or con-
demnation; clearance. Applications for clearance to acquire real
estate by purchase, donation, or condemnation should give the fol-
lowing information:

(a) Activity to have possession and custody.
(b) Area of land.
(c) Method of acquisition.
(d) Consideration.
(e) Estimated or appraised value.
f) Number and general description of buildings.
(g) Purpose for which property will be used.*+ [Sec. VI)

30.107 Reports for record purposes. Proper consideration of applications for clearance to purchase, lease or dispose of real estate requires that certain records on Government-owned and leased property be maintained by the Procurement Division. Moreover, the value of having these records in a single office has already been amply demonstrated in the expeditious satisfaction of requests originating in the departments and legislative branch of the Government, for information relating to all Government-owned or leased real estate or all such property in a given city or locality. While the basic data on real estate owned by the United States and a record of the current leases executed by Government activities are already assembled in the Procurement Division, other information is essential to maintain these records and it is therefore requested that the following reports be rendered to the Chief of the Section of Space Control:

(a) Disposals. When Government-owned real estate is disposed of after clearance by the Chief of the Section of Space Control, a report is desired on each property showing name and location of property, to whom transferred and method of disposal, date of disposal and selling price, if sold.

(b) Acquisitions. Report is desired on each acquisition of real estate by purchase, donation or condemnation consummated after clearance by the Chief of the Section of Space Control, referring to such clearance and indicating date of acquisition.

(c) Leases. It is desired that all leases of floor space, land and/or buildings at rental rates of less than $500 on which clearance is not required, be reported with the following information:

(1) Location of premises leased.
(2) Purpose.
(3) Area.
(4) Name of lessor.
15) Period of lease.
16) Annual rental.
(7) Activity to occupy.

**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 30.100.

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(d) Vacancies. In order to secure, through the maximum use of Government-owned facilities, every possible economy in expenditures for rental, whether existing or proposed, it is necessary that the Director of Procurement in considering applications for clearance, be completely informed at all times as to vacant or unassigned space in Government-owned buildings throughout the United States. It is therefore desired that the departments and establishments notify the Chief of the Section of Space Control as to all vacancies of space occurring in the Government-owned buildings under their control, and also notify the same official when any of the vacant space is reassigned.

It is urged that all reports called for above be submitted as soon as possible after each individual transaction.*+ [Sec. VII]

PART 33—SURPLUS AND SEIZED PERSONAL PROPERTY 8

Sec.

Sec.
SUBPART-In General

33.112 Lists of property available for 33.1 Coordination and supervision.

re-issue. 33.2 Property within District of

33.113 Waste paper removal contract, Columbia.

(a) Required use of contract; 33.3

deposits to miscellaneous reProperty outside District of

ceipts. Columbia.

(b) Transfer invoices, Form 33.4 Field activities of departments.

Treas. 100-A. 33.5 Condemned and salvage ma.

(c) Weighing and weight terial; transfers.

tickets. 33.6 Printing equipment; rejection

(d) Calls by contractor; sacks. by Public Printer.

(e) Unsatisfactory service. 33.7 Intradepartmental transfers ex.

(f) Reimbursement of approcepted.

priations. SUBPART-Property within the 33.114 Waste material. District of Columbia

33.115 Scrap metal. 33.100 Transfer to Procurement Divi

(a) Truckload invoices. sion.

(b) Weighing and weight 33.101 Purchases conditioned

tickets.

upon certificate of unavailability of

(c) Galvanized sheet metal and

metal roofing. surplus property. 33.102 Requisitions for re-issue.

SUBPART-Property outside the 33.103 Appropriation for procurement

District of Columbia of surplus property.

33.200 Reports to Procurement Divi33.104 Transfers of appropriations.

sion. 33.105 Price charged for re-issue.

(a) Description of property. 33.106 Dispositio.1; classification.

(b) Value and cost of repairs. 33.107 Records and regulations.

33.201 Lists of property. 33.108 Reports on Form 100 to be in 33.202 Requests for transfer and notices triplicate.

of transfer. 33.109 Possession.

33.203 Clearance of property not trans33.110 Surveys by Procurement Divi.

ferred. sion.

33.204 Other interdepartmental trans33.111 Transfer receipts.

fers.

SUBPART-IN GENERAL

Section 33.1. Coordination and supervision. The Director of Procurement will coordinate and supervise the disposition of surplus

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sections 33.1 to 33.3 are subject to the provisions of $$ 10.16, 10.17.

**For statutory and source citations, see note to 8 30.100.

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