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Subchapter B—Personal Property
Part 102-33—Management of Government Aircraft
Subpart A—How These Rules Apply
102-33.5— To whom do these rules apply?
102-33.6— How are the terms “we,” “you,” “your,” and “our” used in this part?
102-33.10— May we request approval to deviate from these rules?
102-33.15— How does this part relate to Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations?
102-33.20— What definitions apply to this part?
102-33.25— What are our responsibilities under this part?
102-33.30— What are the duties of an agency's Senior Aviation Management Official (SAMO)?
102-33.35— How can we get help in carrying out our responsibilities?
102-33.40— What are some of GSA’s responsibilities for Federal aviation management?
Subpart B—Acquiring Government Aircraft and Aircraft Parts
102-33.50— Under what circumstances may we acquire Government aircraft?
102-33.55— Are there restrictions on acquiring Government aircraft?
102-33.60— What methods may we use to acquire Government aircraft?
102-33.65— What is the process for acquiring Government aircraft?
Planning to Acquire Government Aircraft
102-33.70— What directives must we follow when planning to acquire Government aircraft?
102-33.75— What other guidance is available to us in planning to acquire Government aircraft?
OMB Circular A-76
102-33.80— Must we comply with OMB Circular A-76 before we acquire Government aircraft?
The Process for Budgeting to Acquire Government Aircraft
102-33.90— What is the process for budgeting to acquire a Federal aircraft (including a Federal aircraft transferred from another executive agency)?
102-33.95— What is the process for budgeting to acquire Commercial Aviation Services (CAS)?
Contracting to Acquire Government Aircraft
102-33.100— What are our responsibilities when contracting to purchase or capital lease a Federal aircraft or to award a CAS contract?
102-33.105— What minimum requirements must we put into our CAS contracts?
Acquiring Aircraft Parts
102-33.110— What are our responsibilities when acquiring aircraft parts?
102-33.115— Are there special requirements for acquiring military Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Parts (FSCAP)?
102-33.120— Are there requirements for acquiring life-limited parts?
Subpart C—Managing Government Aircraft and Aircraft Parts
102-33.125— If we use Federal aircraft, what are our management responsibilities?
102-33.130— If we hire CAS, what are our management responsibilities?
102-33.135— Do we have to follow OMB Circular A-123, “Management Accountability and Control,” for establishing management controls for our aviation program?
Establishing Flight Program Standards
102-33.140— What are Flight Program Standards?
102-33.145— Why must we establish Flight Program Standards?
102-33.150— What Federally-funded aviation activities of executive agencies are exempt from establishing Flight Program Standards under this part?
102-33.155— How must we establish Flight Program Standards?
102-33.160— What standards must we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) for management/administration of our flight program?
102-33.165— What standards must we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) for operation of our flight program?
102-33.170— What standards must we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) for maintenance of our Government aircraft?
102-33.175— What standards must we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) to train our flight program personnel?
102-33.180— What standards should we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) for aviation safety management?
102-33.185— What standards must we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) for responding to aircraft accidents and incidents?
Accounting for the Cost of Government Aircraft
102-33.190— What are the aircraft operations and ownership costs for which we must account?
102-33.195— Do we need an automated system to account for aircraft costs?
102-33.200— Must we periodically justify owning and operating Federal aircraft?
102-33.205— When we use our aircraft to support other executive agencies, must we recover the operating costs?
Accounting for the Use of Government Aircraft
102-33.210— How do we account for the use of our Government aircraft?
102-33.215— May we use Government aircraft to carry passengers?
102-33.220— What are the responsibilities of our aviation program in justifying the use of a Government aircraft to transport passengers?
Managing Aircraft Parts
102-33.225— How must we manage aircraft parts?
102-33.230— May we use military FSCAP on non-military FAA-type certificated Government aircraft?
102-33.235— What documentation must we maintain for life-limited parts and FSCAP?
Subpart D—Disposing or Replacing of Government Aircraft and Aircraft Parts
102-33.240— What must we consider before disposing or replacing aircraft and aircraft parts?
102-33.245— May we report as excess, or replace (i.e., by exchange/sale), both operational and non-operational aircraft?
102-33.250— May we declassify aircraft?
102-33.255— Must we document FSCAP or life-limited parts installed on aircraft that we will report as excess or replace?
102-33.260— When we report as excess, or replace, an aircraft (including a declassified aircraft), must we report the change in inventory to the Federal Aviation Interactive Reporting System (FAIRS)?
Reporting Excess Government Aircraft
102-33.265— What must we do with aircraft that are excess to our needs?
102-33.270— What is the process for reporting an excess aircraft?
Replacing Aircraft Through Exchange/Sale
102-33.275— What should we consider before replacing our aircraft through exchange/sale?
102-33.280— What are our options if we need a replacement aircraft?
102-33.285— Do we need to include any special disclaimers in our exchange/sale agreements for non-certificated aircraft or aircraft that we have operated as public aircraft (i.e., not in compliance with 14 CFR)?
102-33.295— May we exchange/sell an aircraft through reimbursable transfer to another executive agency or conduct a negotiated sale at fixed price to a State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP)?
Disposing of Aircraft Parts
102-33.300— What must we consider before disposing of aircraft parts?
102-33.305— May we report as excess, or replace, FSCAP and life-limited parts?
102-33.310— May we report as excess, or replace, unsalvageable aircraft parts?
102-33.315— What are the procedures for mutilating unsalvageable aircraft parts?
102-33.320— What must we do if we are unable to perform required mutilation of aircraft parts?
102-33.325— What documentation must we furnish with excess, surplus or replaced parts when they are transferred, donated, or exchanged/sold?
Reporting Excess Aircraft Parts
102-33.330— What must we do with aircraft parts that are excess to our needs?
102-33.335— What are the receiving agency's responsibilities in the transfer of aircraft parts?
102-33.340— What are GSA’s responsibilities in disposing of excess and surplus aircraft parts?
102-33.345— What are the responsibilities of a State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP) in the donation of Federal Government aircraft parts?
Replacing Aircraft Parts Through Exchange/Sale
102-33.350— What do we need to consider for an exchange/sale of our aircraft parts?
102-33.355— May we exchange/sell aircraft parts through a reimbursable transfer to another executive agency or conduct a negotiated sale at fixed price to a State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP)?
102-33.360— What is the process for exchanging/selling aircraft parts for replacement?
102-33.365— Must we report exchange/sale of parts to FAIRS?
Special Requirements for Disposing of Flight Safety Critical Aircraft Parts (FSCAP) and Life-limited Parts
102-33.370— What must we do to dispose of military FSCAP and/or life-limited parts?
102-33.375— What is a FSCAP Criticality Code?
Subpart E—Reporting Information on Government Aircraft
102-33.380— Who must report information to GSA on Government aircraft?
102-33.385— What Federally-funded aviation activities of executive agencies are exempt from the requirement to report information to GSA on Government aircraft?
102-33.390— What information must we report on Government aircraft?
Federal Aviation Interactive Reporting System (FAIRS)
102-33.395— What is FAIRS?
102-33.400— How must we report to FAIRS?
102-33.405— When must we report to FAIRS?
Federal Inventory Data
102-33.410— What are Federal inventory data?
102-33.415— When may we declassify a Federal aircraft and remove it from our Federal aircraft inventory?
102-33.420— How must we declassify a Federal aircraft?
Federal Aircraft Cost and Utilization Data
102-33.425— What Federal aircraft cost and utilization data must we report?
102-33.430— Who must report Federal aircraft cost and utilization data?
Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) Cost and Utilization Data
102-33.435— What CAS cost and utilization data must we report?
102-33.440— Who must report CAS cost and utilization data?
Accident and Incident Data
102-33.445— What accident and incident data must we report?
102-33.450— How must we report accident and incident data?
Common Aviation Management Information Standard (C-AMIS)
102-33.455— What is C-AMIS?
102-33.460— What is our responsibility in relation to C-AMIS?
102-33.465— What is a performance indicator?
102-33.470— Must we develop performance indicators?
102-33.475— What are some examples of performance indicators that an agency can use?
Appendix A To Part 102-33—Disclosure Statement for Crewmembers and Qualified Non-Crewmembers Flying On Board Government Aircraft Operated as Public Aircraft
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