Federal surplus personal property for public airport purposes by United States. Federal Aviation Agency. Airports Service

Cover of: Federal surplus personal property for public airport purposes | United States. Federal Aviation Agency. Airports Service

Published by Airports Service, Federal Aviation Agency in [Washington, D.C.] .

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  • Surplus government property -- United States,
  • Airports -- United States

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Attempts to Acquaint public airport owners and other interested parties with the Federal Surplus Personal Property Program for public airports and to outline procedures to be used in applying for and acquiring surplus personal property for this purpose.

the Federal Surplus Personal Property Program for Public Airports. It contains the procedures for applying for screener credentials and to request authorized surplus personal property through the GSAXcess® system administered by the General Services Administration (GSA) for. Surplus personal property includes all types of property except: Land or other real property; Certain naval vessels; and; Records of the federal government.

There are special procedures and forms for: Aircraft and Vessels; Firearms; Animals; Steps for Eligible Groups to Acquire Personal Property Find Out If You Are Eligible. Only state and local government agencies and public organizations carrying out certain activities qualify to receive surplus federal property.

Get this from a library. Federal surplus personal property for public airport purposes. [United States. Federal Aviation Administration.]. This AC explains to public airport sponsors and other interested parties the Federal Surplus Personal Property Program for Public Airports.

It contains the procedures for applying for screener credentials and to request authorized surplus personal property through the GSAXcess system administered by the General Services Administration (GSA) for disposition of federal surplus personal property.

All donated property is offered on an “as is” basis without warranty. As such, making the necessary repairs is the responsibility of the donee, not of the federal government.

It is common practice among donees to repair and refurbish items, usually at a dramatically lower cost than acquiring new property.

Surplus items are used by State and local public agencies for carrying out or promoting one or more public purposes, such as conservation, parks and recreation, education, public health, public safety, economic development and programs for older individuals; by certain nonprofit, tax-exempt activities for public health or educational purposes.

e-Tools for State Agencies and Public Organizations GSA Auctions SM: Bid electronically on surplus federal personal property.; Surplus Personal Property Sales: Find personal property using one of a variety of sales methods including live auction, fixed price, drop-by, and sealed bid.

Personal Property Management Policy Overview. The federal government owns approximately $ trillion in personal property assets. These assets range from office supplies to aircraft and motor vehicles. GSA provides federal agencies with policies and guidance to acquire, manage, and dispose of federal personal property effectively.

This includes. entries per page. New Items in Green Sale Items in Red Time Discount Items in Blue. The purpose of these program guidelines is to provide information about the operational parameters of the Surplus Federal Real Property for the Homelessness Initiative (SFRPHI), in support of the SFRPHI Terms and Conditions.

These program guidelines apply to all proposals submitted to SFRPHI and properties transferred under the SFRPHI funding. “Standard Form (SF)Transfer Order Surplus Personal Property” means the document used to request and document the transfer of Federal surplus personal property for donation purposes.

“State” means one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the.

Surplus personal property (property) means any excess personal property not required for the needs and the discharge of the responsibilities of all Federal agencies, as determined by the Administrator of General Services. Surplus release date means the date on which Federal utilization screening of excess personal property has been completed, and the property is available for donation.

North Carolina Federal Surplus Property serves as a procurement and distribution organization, ensuring the fair and equitable distribution of surplus federal property to eligible participants for the benefit of North Carolina citizens.

For questions about the Texas Federal Surplus Property Program, call Abianna Daugherty at or E-mail Texas Federal Surplus Property.

Click here for more information on our program, including examples of property that has been donated to organizations in Texas. The primary authority for the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program is Title 40 of the United States Code (U.S.C.), Section Implementing regulations D are contained in Title 41 Code of Federal Regulations, Section Personal Property Defined O Personal property includes all types and categories of property, except land orFile Size: 1MB.

The words “An interest in surplus property that could be used at a public airport” are substituted for “All surplus property within the purview of this subsection” for clarity.

The words “elsewhere in this Act or other applicable” are omitted as surplus. Standard Form (SF)Transfer Order Surplus Personal Property means the document used to request and document the transfer of Federal surplus personal property for donation purposes.

State means one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the Commonwealth. Donation Of Federal Surplus Personal Property. Federal Agency. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION.

Surplus items are used by State and local public agencies for carrying out or promoting one or more public purposes, such as conservation, parks and recreation, education, public health, public safety, economic development and programs for. This law gives the U.S. Secretary of Education the authority to sell surplus federal real property to eligible applicants who have demonstrated a need for the property at a Public Benefit Allowance discount, which takes into consideration benefits that may accrue to the United States as a result of its use for educational purposes.

Welcome to South Dakota Federal Property Agency's online catalog. PROPERTY ON THIS SITE IS NOT AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC Property is only available to state and local government entities and various specific eligible groups incorporated and operating in the State of South Dakota. Public Auctions.

The Federal Surplus Property Donation program enables certain nonfederal organizations to obtain property the Federal Government no longer needs. Visit About Surplus Property Program to review eligibility requirements or to become a donee by submitting an eligibility packet.

Mission Statement. Overview of GSA Personal Property Disposal Process for Federal Electronics Updated: 6/26/ 4 of 6 6. Donation to States or Nonprofit Organizations. Surplus electronics may be donated to state and local governments and eligible nonprofit organizations through the SASPs.

The Federal Surplus Property Program (FSP) is administered by the Minnesota Department of Administration, Fleet & Surplus Services Division, and governed by regulations of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).

The Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of authorize the donation of federal surplus property to eligible organizations. participate in the Federal Surplus Property Program.

If a public agency, the property is needed and will be used by the recipient for carrying out or promoting for the residents of a given political area one or more public purposes, or, if a nonprofit tax-exempt institution or organization, the property.

OTHER STATES' FEDERAL SURPLUS PROPERTY PROGRAM: Fifty-six agencies distribute Federal Surplus Property to states and U.S. territories. For information on other states' programs, contact the National Association of State Agencies for Surplus Property (NASASP).

The Idaho Federal Surplus is an Equal Opportunity Program. The Federal Surplus Property program is a "donation" program that makes it possible for the State of Kansas to bring in excess Federal Government property and make it available to our customers at greatly reduced fees (This program is NOT open to the public).

There is no cost to utilize this program, except for the donation fees associated with. The Federal Surplus Personal Property Sales Program offers items that the federal government no longer needs and exchange/sale property for sale to the general public by competitive means.

Exchange/sale property is identified by FMR as being eligible for replacement. Generally, this property is subject to specific restrictions and. The Federal Surplus Property Program offers a variety of property to municipalities, school districts, fire and police departments, and certain non-profit organizations.

Property is donated to eligible entities directly from the federal government for a small service charge. If the property is not on-hand, the Federal Surplus Property Program staff will try to locate equipment. The State Surplus Property program exists to provide a central distribution point for useable personal state and federal property, for reuse by state agencies, local governments and nonprofit organizations.

While emphasis is placed on reutilization of property within the public sector, the program has received national acclaim for its. PUBLIC ACCESS TO PROPERTY. Property that is not donated to eligible entities may be sold to the general public. This is done exclusively by the General Service Administration (GSA).

GSA conducts online auctions. These auctions are open to the public. The Idaho Federal Surplus Property program does not conduct auctions or public sales. Office of Fleet and Asset Management As part of the Interagency Support Division, oversees the state vehicle fleet, leases vehicles to state agencies and departments, manages parking facilities statewide, and auctions surplus property and state mobile equipment.

Federal Surplus Donation Program. Information; Appl ication Surplus Property Dept. The Google Translate feature is provided for informational purposes only. Translations cannot be guaranteed as exact or without the inclusion of incorrect or inappropriate language.

Google Translate is a third-party service and site users will be leaving. • Retail Storefront in Austin: The Austin storefront receives new property every day. In addition to state surplus vehicles, furniture, office equipment and supplies, and small electronics, the Austin storefront also sells abandoned airport property such as pocket knives, multi-purpose tools, jewelry, sunglasses, watches, luggage, and toys.

The Surplus Property showroom is located at US Route 2 in Waterbury. Our warehouse is open for sales to the public from am to pm on Monday – Friday and a.m.

to p.m. on Saturdays. The warehouse is closed for all State holidays. Each program (State and Federal) has distinct eligibility requirements.

(2) In lieu of complying with subsection (1) of this section, school districts and educational service districts may elect to grant surplus personal property to a federal, state, or local governmental entity, or to indigent persons, at no cost on the condition the property be used for preschool through twelfth grade educational purposes, or elect to loan surplus personal property to a.

Public Auctions Page Content The state surplus property program disposes of excess federal and state surplus property (two distinct programs with different rules and regulations) in the most cost efficient manner and in the best interest of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and its citizens.

Get this from a library. Public LawOct. 17, an act to amend the Federal property and administrative services act of to permit the donation of Federal surplus personal property to the States and local organizations for public purposes, and for other purposes.

[United States.]. Unclaimed property means personal property unknowingly abandoned and found on premises owned or leased by the Government, i.e., “lost and found” property.

Voluntarily abandoned property means personal property abandoned to any Federal agency in a way that immediately vests title to the property in the Government. There must be evidence that. The State Surplus Property Program can be reached at () or [email protected] FEDERAL SURPLUS PROPERTY PROGRAM The Federal Surplus Property Program offers state agencies the opportunity to obtain surplus federal government property at pennies on the dollar (when comparing TFC’s fees to the original value of theFile Size: KB.

Surplus personal property may be donated to nonprofit educational and public health activities exempt from taxation under section of the Federal Internal Revenue Code. The property must be used to aid education or public health, either directly or through research.A listing of available Federal Property.

All items are available on a first come, first serve basis to eligible organizations. More items are available than pictured below. Contact us for more information on availability of items.FEDERAL SURPLUS PROPERTY PROGRAM. APPLICATION FOR ELIGIBILITY.

federal surplus property of a personal nature such as clothing, shoes, toiletries and such items that would be issued to A program carried out or promoted by a public agency for public purposes which.

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