§ 102-33.340What are GSA's responsibilities in disposing of excess and surplus aircraft parts?
In disposing of excess aircraft parts, the GSA Federal Supply Service office in your region reviews your SF 120, Report of Excess Personal Property (see § 102-2.135 of subchapter A of this chapter) for completeness and accuracy (of status, condition, and FSCAP and demilitarization codes if applicable) and ensures that the following certification is included on disposal documents (e.g., transfer orders or purchasers' receipts):
Because of the critical nature of aircraft parts' failure and the resulting potential safety threat, recipients of aircraft parts must ensure that any parts installed on an aircraft meet applicable Federal Aviation Regulations and must obtain required certifications. GSA makes no representation as to a part's conformance with the Federal Aviation Administration's requirements.
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