Part 102-38—Sale of Personal Property
102-38.20— Must an executive agency follow the regulations of this part when selling all personal property?
102-38.50— What must we do when an executive agency suspects violations of 40 U.S.C. 559, fraud, bribery, or criminal collusion in connection with the disposal of personal property?
102-38.60— Who is responsible for the costs of care and handling of the personal property before it is sold?
102-38.65— What if we are or the holding agency is notified of a Federal requirement for surplus personal property before the sale is complete?
102-38.70— May the holding agency abandon or destroy personal property either prior to or after trying to sell it?
102-38.120— When may we conduct negotiated sales of personal property at fixed prices (fixed price sale)?
102-38.175— How do we find out if a person or entity has been suspended or debarred from doing business with the Government?
102-38.240— What happens to the deposit bond if the bidder defaults or wants to withdraw his/her bid?
102-38.300— What happens to sales proceeds that neither we nor the holding agency are authorized to retain, or that are unused?
102-38.335— Is there any additional personal property sales information that we must submit to the General Services Administration?
102-38.345— Do we have to withdraw personal property advertised for public sale if a State Agency for Surplus Property wants to buy it?
102-38.350— Are there special provisions for State and local governments regarding negotiated sales?
102-38.355— Do the regulations of this part apply to State Agencies for Surplus Property (SASPs) when conducting sales?
102-38.365— Is a holding agency required to report property in “scrap” condition to its selected SC?
print Last Reviewed 2017-08-14