41 CFR Part 102-37, Subpart D - State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP)
- § 102-37.130 — What are a SASP's responsibilities in the donation of surplus property?
- § 102-37.135 — How does a SASP become eligible to distribute surplus property to donees?
State Plan of Operation
- § 102-37.140 — What is a State plan of operation?
- § 102-37.145 — Who is responsible for developing, certifying, and submitting the plan?
- § 102-37.150 — What must a State legislature include in the plan?
- § 102-37.155 — When does a plan take effect?
- § 102-37.160 — Must GSA approve amendments or modifications to the plan?
- § 102-37.165 — Do plans or major amendments require public notice?
- § 102-37.170 — What happens if a SASP does not operate in accordance with its plan?
Screening and Requesting Property
- § 102-37.175 — How does a SASP find out what property is potentially available for donation?
- § 102-37.180 — Does a SASP need special authorization to screen property at Federal facilities?
- § 102-37.185 — How does a SASP obtain screening authorization for itself or its donees?
- § 102-37.190 — What records must a SASP maintain on authorized screeners?
- § 102-37.195 — Does a SASP have to have a donee in mind to request surplus property?
- § 102-37.200 — What certifications must a SASP make when requesting surplus property for donation?
- § 102-37.205 — What agreements must a SASP make?
- § 102-37.210 — Must a SASP make a drug-free workplace certification when requesting surplus property for donation?
- § 102-37.215 — When must a SASP make a certification regarding lobbying?
Justifying Special Transfer Requests
- § 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?
- § 102-37.230 — What must a letter of intent for obtaining surplus aircraft or vessels include?
- § 102-37.235 — What type of information must a SASP provide when requesting surplus property for cannibalization?
- § 102-37.240 — How must a transfer request for surplus firearms be justified?
- Custody, Care, and Safekeeping
- Distribution of Property
- Service and Handling Charges
Disposing of Undistributed Property
- § 102-37.290 — What must a SASP do with surplus property it cannot donate?
- § 102-37.295 — Must GSA approve a transfer between SASPs?
- § 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)?
- § 102-37.310 — What must a proposal to sell undistributed surplus property include?
- § 102-37.315 — What costs may a SASP recover if undistributed surplus property is retransferred or sold?
- § 102-37.320 — Under what conditions may a SASP abandon or destroy undistributed surplus property?
- § 102-37.325 — With whom and for what purpose(s) may a SASP enter into a cooperative agreement?
- § 102-37.330 — Must the costs of providing support under a cooperative agreement be reimbursed by the parties receiving such support?
- § 102-37.335 — May a SASP enter into a cooperative agreement with another SASP?
- § 102-37.340 — When may a SASP terminate a cooperative agreement?
- Audits and Reviews
- Liquidating a SASP
Title 41 published on 2014-07-01
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