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102-39.5- What is the exchange/sale authority?
102-39.10- What does this part cover?
102-39.15- How are the terms "I" and "you" used in this part?
102-39.20- What definitions apply to this part?
102-39.25- Which exchange/sale provisions are subject to deviation?
102-39.30- How do I request a deviation from this part?
Subpart B-Exchange/Sale Considerations
102-39.35- When should I consider using the exchange/sale authority?
102-39.40- Why should I consider using the exchange/sale authority?
102-39.45- When should I not use the exchange/sale authority?
102-39.50- How do I determine whether to do an exchange or a sale?
102-39.55- When should I offer property I am exchanging or selling under the exchange/sale authority to other Federal agencies or State Agencies for Surplus Property (SASP)?
102-39.60- What restrictions and prohibitions apply to the exchange/sale of personal property?
102-39.65- What conditions apply to the exchange/sale of personal property?
Subpart C-Exchange/Sale Methods and Reports
102-39.70- What are the exchange methods?
102-39.75- What are the sales methods?
102-39.80- What are the accounting requirements for exchange allowances or proceeds of sale?
102-39.85- What information am I required to report?