Part 102-37—Donation of Surplus Personal Property
102-37.60— How much time does a transferee have to pick up or remove surplus property from holding agency premises?
102-37.65— What happens to surplus property that has been approved for transfer when the prospective transferee decides it cannot use the property and declines to pick it up?
102-37.70— How should a transferee account for the receipt of a larger or smaller number of items than approved by GSA on the SF 123?
102-37.120— May a holding agency donate surplus property directly to eligible non-Federal recipients without going through GSA?
102-37.210— Must a SASP make a drug-free workplace certification when requesting surplus property for donation?
102-37.220— Are there special types of surplus property that require written justification when submitting a transfer request?
102-37.225— What information or documentation must a SASP provide when requesting a surplus aircraft or vessel?
102-37.235— What type of information must a SASP provide when requesting surplus property for cannibalization?
102-37.250— What actions must a SASP take when it learns of damage to or loss of surplus property in its custody?
102-37.275— May a SASP accept personal checks and non-official payment methods in payment of service charges?
102-37.300— What information must a SASP provide GSA when reporting unneeded usable property for disposal?
102-37.305— May a SASP act as GSA’s agent in selling undistributed surplus property (either as usable property or scrap)?
102-37.315— What costs may a SASP recover if undistributed surplus property is retransferred or sold?
102-37.330— Must the costs of providing support under a cooperative agreement be reimbursed by the parties receiving such support?
102-37.350— Does coverage under the single audit process in OMB Circular A-133 exempt a SASP from other reviews of its program?
102-37.355— What obligations does a SASP have to ensure that donees meet Circular A-133 requirements?
Subpart E—Donations to Public Agencies, Service Educational Activities (SEAs), and Eligible Nonprofit Organizations
102-37.380— What is the statutory authority for donations of surplus Federal property made under this subpart?
102-37.385— Who determines if a prospective donee applicant is eligible to receive surplus property under this subpart?
102-37.390— What basic criteria must an applicant meet before a SASP can qualify it for eligibility?
102-37.395— How can a SASP determine whether an applicant meets any required approval, accreditation, or licensing requirements?
102-37.420— May a SASP grant conditional eligibility to applicants who would otherwise qualify as eligible donees, but have been unable to obtain approval, accreditation, or licensing because they are newly organized or their facilities are not yet constructed?
102-37.425— May a SASP grant conditional eligibility to a not-for-profit organization whose tax-exempt status is pending?
102-37.455— On what categories of surplus property has GSA imposed special handling conditions or use limitations?
102-37.470— At what point may restrictions be released on property that has been authorized for cannibalization?
102-37.475— What are the requirements for releasing restrictions on property being considered for exchange?
102-37.480— What must a SASP do to ensure that property is used for the purpose(s) for which it was donated?
102-37.485— What actions must a SASP take if a review or other information indicates noncompliance with donation terms and conditions?
102-37.500— May a donee receive reimbursement for its donation expenses when unneeded property is returned to the SASP?
102-37.505— How does a donee apply for and receive reimbursement for unneeded property returned to a SASP?
102-37.525— What should a holding agency do if it wants a public airport to receive priority consideration for excess personal property it has reported to GSA?
102-37.535— What information must FAA provide to GSA on its administration of the public airport donation program?
102-37.585— In transferring donated surplus vehicles, what is the responsibility of the holding agency?
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