1 edition of Surplus property disposal in relation to the national economy found in the catalog.
|Statement||[Thesis presented for the degree of M.B.A. at Boston University, College of Business Administration] 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||129|
Surplus property; disposal of excess military property in Viet-Nam. Agreement between the United States of America and Vietnam, effected by exchange of notes signed at Saigon November 9, by United States. Treaties, etc. Vietnam, Nov. 9, The Historic Surplus Property Program enables state, county, and local governments to obtain historic buildings once used by the Federal government at no cost, and adapt them for new uses. Through the National Park Service’s Historic Surplus Property Program, which is administered in partnership.
Federal agencies with independent disposal authority are encouraged to obtain utilization, disposal, and related services from those agencies with expertise in real property disposal, such as GSA, as allowed by 31 U.S.C. (the Economy Act), so that they can remain focused on their core mission. The Surplus Property Board (SPB) was briefly responsible for disposing of $90 billion of surplus war property held by the United States government in the final year of World War II. Created by the Surplus Property Act of , the Board functioned for less than nine months, before being replaced by a more streamlined agency.
ND Surplus Property receives surplus items from a variety of sources. Each type of property has requirements related to who is eligible to obtain the property. This manual describes how to 1) surplus your property and 2) buy property. LOCATION ND Surplus Property warehouse is located at: Hemlock St, Bismarck, ND. The scope of the Surplus Property Operations Manual is to provide direction to state agencies on asset management and surplus property disposition. Authority: Authority to implement guidelines for state agencies so they may obtain, maintain and control their state-owned property and dispose of surplus obsolete commodities andFile Size: 1MB.
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(1) With respect to real and related personal property transferred or conveyed under subsection (p) or (q) of this section and real property disposed of under subsection (k) of this section and section 13(g) of the Surplus Property Act of (50 U.S.C.
App. (g)), the head of each executive agency disposing of such property shall submit. Disposal and Reuse of Surplus Navy Property Identified in the Guam Land Use Plan (GLUP '94): Environmental Impact Statement.
Property – For the purpose of this policy, property is defined as supplies, equipment or other items purchased for institutional use. PROCESS & PROCEDURES Asset Management Moving/Surplus Property Services and Property Control are responsible for moving, disposal and tracking of Augusta University property.
Why does the URL change when I select a property. is a centralized website that allows you to browse through the inventory of property for sale at several government agencies.
Once you locate an item you wish to bid on, you are redirected to the agency that is selling the property listed. Historic view of the Wichita, Kansas, Municipal Airport Terminal. Kansas Aviation Museum.
States, counties, municipalities, and other governmental entities are eligible to acquire a surplus property at no cost if the property is listed in, or eligible for listing in, the National Register of Historic houses, office buildings, and military buildings have all been transferred under.
Introduction and Purpose of the Guide. Introduction. The disposal of surplus government owned property is an important part of the Government’s drive to improve its estate management and create an efficient, fit-for-purpose and sustainable estate that meets future Size: KB.
Reference: Lawrence, David M., Local Government Property Transactions in North Carolina (2nd ed., ) Step-By-Step Procedures for Disposal of Surplus Property For North Carolina Local Governments Method Type of Property Procedural Requirements Competitive Sales Sealed bids (G.S.
A) Real property Personal property Step 1: Board adopts. EXCESS AND SURPLUS PROPERTY DISPOSAL FORM Instructions: 1. Use this form to report all inventorial equipment that is excess to your department’s needs (for sale or disposal). List all equipment individually and evaluate the working condition of each item.
If the equipment contains a hard drive (for example, computers, servers, copiers File Size: KB. Departments must place all surplus books in Canada in the care or custody of the Librarian and Archivist of Canada.
Whenever practicable, departments must make surplus materiel assets available, whether gratuitously, at book value, or at market value, to other federal departments and agencies before disposing of them outside the federal.
Introduction. This Policy should be read in conjunction with: Part X of the Lands Acquisition Act ; and Clauses 91 to 95 of Resource Management Guide – Commonwealth Property Management Framework.; General Policy.
Commonwealth property, having no alternative efficient Government use, must be sold on the open market at full market value, unless agreed otherwise by the Finance Minister. Surplus Property, at How does property become surplus. Surplus property is generated primarily through the normal use of property or the procurement of replacement materials.
Instead of storing the property for an indefinite period, the agencies should move forward with a declaration and disposal process for the surplus Size: KB. Sample Property Disposal Forms On this page you will find sample forms and step-by-step procedures for property disposal methods authorized by North Carolina law (Article 20 of.
DISPOSITION OF SURPLUS REAL PROPERTY property to public agencies for the purpose of developing low and moderate-income housing, park and recreational purposes, for enterprises zone purposes, or school purposes.
The offer to sell or lease the property to a public agency will be exclusive for a period of sixty (60) Size: 1MB. Surplus mattresses may be destroyed or may be otherwise disposed of only upon compliance with T.C.A.
§ Surplus personal property which is determined to be not usable by the institution and of little or no salvage or other economic value may be disposed. Surplus Property Disposal I. Introduction This policy has been established to protect College of Law assets and to provide guidelines for the College of Law community when considering how to handle surplus property and/or to dispose of College of Law property.
The purpose of the report is to declare the following property surplus to requirements and provide authority for the disposal: The former Epping St John’s Junior & Primary School, St Johns Road, Epping, CM16 5DN (‘the Property’).
The report summarises the legal, financial and any other key implications. Recommendations Surplus personal property: Personal property which has been determined to be obsolete, outmoded, unusable or no longer usable by the University, or property for which future needs.
City of Quincy Surplus Property Page 3 Adopted 01/03/ - Resolution 17 1. If the estimated value of the surplus property is $1, or less, the City Administrator may dispose of the property in any manner deemed to be in the City's best interests without reporting the matter to.
Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC): Transfer and Disposal of Military Property - Kindle edition by Mason, R. Chuck. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC): Transfer and Disposal of Military : R.
Chuck Mason. The Administrator, in the Administrator’s discretion and under regulations that the Administrator may prescribe, may assign to the Secretary of Health and Human Services for disposal surplus real property, including buildings, fixtures, and equipment situated on the property, that the Secretary recommends as needed for use in the protection.The Department of the Navy (Navy), pursuant to section (2)(C) of the National Environmental Policy Act of (NEPA), 42 U.S.C.
(2)(C) (), and the regulations of the Council on Environmental Quality that implement NEPA procedures, 40 CFR partshereby announces its decision.for disposal except for library books. These guidelines apply without regard to original funding source.
PROCEDURE. The State of Texas permits the Property Manger to dispose of surplus property. Only the authorized Property Manager may sell or, by any other means, dispose of University property.