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Subchapter B—Personal Property
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Part 102-40—Utilization and Disposition of Personal Property with Special Handling Requirements

Subpart A—General Provisions

102-40.5— What does this part cover?
102-40.10— What is the governing authority for this part?
102-40.15— Who must comply with the provisions in this part?
102-40.20— To whom do “we,” “you,” and their variants refer?
102-40.25— How do we request a deviation from these requirements and who can approve it?
Definitions
102-40.30— What definitions apply to this part?

Subpart B—Responsibilities

102-40.35— What types of personal property require special handling?
102-40.40— What are our responsibilities concerning personal property requiring special handling?
102-40.45— What must we do when we have identified personal property with special handling requirements?
102-40.50— What must we do when we no longer need personal property with special handling requirements?
102-40.55— Do we report all excess personal property with special handling requirements to GSA?
102-40.60— May we reassign hazardous materials?
102-40.65— Who is responsible for the custody of hazardous materials and property requiring special handling?
102-40.70— Who is responsible for the care and handling of hazardous materials and property requiring special handling?

Subpart C—Transfer and Donation of Personal Property With Special Handling Requirements

102-40.75— What must we do when reporting excess personal property with special handling requirements?
102-40.80— Is personal property requiring special handling available for transfer or donation?
102-40.85— Is donee certification required for the donation of personal property requiring special handling?
102-40.90— Must we establish additional requirements for the inspection of personal property with special handling requirements?
102-40.95— Who pays for the costs incident to the transfer of personal property with special handling requirements?

Subpart D—Sale of Personal Property With Special Handling Requirements

102-40.100— May we sell personal property with special handling requirements?
102-40.105— May we use any sales method to sell personal property that requires special handling?
102-40.110— What must we include in the sales terms and conditions when selling personal property with special handling requirements?
102-40.115— Are certifications required from the purchaser when selling personal property with special handling requirements?
102-40.120— What precautions must we take during the sales process for personal property requiring special handling?
102-40.125— May we dispose of personal property requiring special handling by abandonment or destruction?

Subpart E—Categories of Personal Property With Special Handling Requirements

102-40.130— What categories of personal property require special handling?
102-40.135— How do we manage acid-contaminated and explosive-contaminated property?
102-40.140— How do we handle all-terrain vehicles (ATVs)?
102-40.145— How do we handle ammunition and ammunition components?
102-40.150— How do we handle animals and plants?
102-40.155— How do we handle asbestos?
102-40.160— How do we handle controlled substances?
102-40.165— How do we handle drugs, biologicals, and reagents other than controlled substances?
102-40.170— How do we handle electronic products?
102-40.175— How do we handle firearms?
102-40.180— How do we handle hazardous materials?
102-40.185— How do we handle lead-containing paints and items bearing lead-containing paint?
102-40.190— How do we handle medical devices?
102-40.195— How do we handle Munitions List Items (MLIs)?
102-40.200— How do we handle Commerce Control List Items (CCLIs)?
102-40.205— How do we handle national stockpile material?
102-40.210— How do we handle Nuclear Regulatory Commission-controlled materials?
102-40.215— How do we handle ozone depleting substances (ODSs)?
102-40.220— How do we handle polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)?
102-40.225— How do we handle precious metals?
102-40.230— How do we handle universal waste(s) (UWs)?
102-40.235— How do we handle motor vehicles not suitable for highway use?
Appendix A—to part 102-40–Federal Supply Classes (FSC) Composed Predominantly of Hazardous Items Appendix B—to part 102-40–Federal Supply Classes and Groups Which Contain a Significant Number of Hazardous Items
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