Okla. Admin. Code § 260:80-1-27 - Consultation with advisory groups-public and private

Current through Register Vol. 39, No. 7, December 15, 2021

(a) Pursuant to provisions of 41 CFR 102-37. Appendix B, Section (k) and 80 O. S., Section 34.3, the Agent shall consult with donees and seek participation in public or private groups that include donees to determine relative needs and resources of donees, proposed utilization of property by donees and how distribution of property can be accomplished to fill existing needs of donees.
(b) The Agent shall offer speakers and presentations to participate in meetings of public or private groups that include donees or potential donees.
(1) The Agent shall encourage participation in agency programs by donees and potential donees.
(2) The Agent shall encourage donees to provide requests for types of property specific to an individual donee or group of donees for transmission to GSA.
(3) The Agent shall provide information on factors the Agent considers to determine donee eligibility.
(4) The Agent shall provide information on property use restriction and requirements.
(c) The Agent shall encourage potential donees to tour the agency or meet with agency staff to provide specific or in-depth agency information.
(d) The Agent shall maintain contact with donees through a periodic newsletter or other communication, whether distributed as printed or electronic media.
(e) The Agent shall consult with an advisory body which may consist of legislators and persons representing public and nonprofit donee types to advise and support the Agent's management and operation. If the Agent self-appoints the advisory body, the Agent shall determine the number and makeup of its members.


Okla. Admin. Code § 260:80-1-27
Adopted by Oklahoma Register, Volume 31, Issue 24, September 2, 2014, eff. 9/12/2014

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