Come and learn more about Basics of Property Disposal
Greetings Personal Property Officials:
GSA Personal Property Management is hosting a series of virtual training sessions on various aspects of the program. The topic of this FREE virtual training will be Basics of Property Disposal directly from Federal Management Regulation (FMR) 102.36. This training will provide you with information regarding key items that you will go through during the disposal of your agency personal property. What can you do if your property has low value; what exceptions you may have during the excess process, what personal property can you dispose and more.
Once you complete the training, you will acquire (1) one Continuous Learning Point credit.
For more information contact: Juan Cruz, Ph: 857-472-2052, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Reviewed: 2021-12-20
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