41 CFR 102-75.1260 - Does GSA conduct Federal screening on every property reported as excess real property?
Below is a sample list of some of the factors GSA may consider when making the decision to waive Federal screening. This list is a representative sample and is not all-inclusive:
(a) There is a known Federal need;
(b) The property is located within the boundaries of tribal lands;
(c) The property has known disposal limitations precluding further Federal use (e.g., title and/or utilization restrictions; reported excess specifically for participation in the Relocation Program; reported excess for transfer to the current operating contractor who will continue production according to the terms of the disposal documents; directed for disposal by law or special legislation);
(d) The property will be transferred to a “potentially responsible party” (PRP) that stored, released, or disposed of hazardous substances at the Government-owned facility;
(e) The property is an easement;
(f) The excess property is actually a leasehold interest where there are Government-owned improvements with substantial value and cannot be easily removed;
(g) Government-owned improvements on Government-owned land, where the land is neither excess nor expected to become excess; or
Title 41 published on 2015-09-24.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 41 CFR Part 102-75.