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How to acquire federal surplus real property for public health purposes

How to acquire federal surplus real property for public health purposes

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Division of Health Facilities Planning in Rockville, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Government sale of real property -- United States,
  • Government purchasing of real property -- United States,
  • Real property -- United States -- Purchasing

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Public Health Service. Division of Health Facilities Planning
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet (5 p.) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14910793M

    residents of a given political area one or more public purposes, or, if a nonprofit tax-exempt institution or organization, the property is needed for and will be used by the recipient for educational or public health purposes, and including research for such purpose. acquisition of federal surplus property Division of Purchasing, Surplus Property Section, may acquire Federal surplus property for any state or municipal agency. Read More.

    Welcome to South Dakota Federal Property Agency's online catalog! Property is only available to state and local government entities and various specific eligible groups incorporated and operating in the State of South Dakota. with an additional 10% on items marked up to $2, to NASASP Associate Members. (Ask us how you can become an associate. (a) “Excess government property” is real or personal property under the control of a Federal agency, other than BIA and IHS, which is not required for the agency's needs and the discharge of its responsibilities. (b) “Surplus government property” means excess real or personal property that is not required for the needs of and the discharge of the responsibilities of all Federal.

    The SASP is responsible for the administration of the Program, working with GSA to allocate and distribute donations of federal surplus personal property within the State. Public agencies, eligible health and educational nonprofit-tax-exempt organizations, providers of assistance to homeless, impoverished and/or older individuals, Service. Distribution of Federal surplus property to State and local organizations: source book: amendments to the Federal property and administrative services act of made by Public Law (with regulations and statutes) nate, may sell or lease such real property for public-health purposes, including research, to the States and their.


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How to acquire federal surplus real property for public health purposes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. How to acquire federal surplus real property for public health purposes. [United States. Public Health Service. Division of Health Facilities Planning.;]. How to Acquire Federal Surplus Real Property for Public Health Purposes.

The Federal Real Property Assistance Program (FRPAP) is a public benefit conveyance program whereby certain Federal surplus real property may be transferred to eligible organizations for public health and. While permission to reprint this publication is not necessary, the citation should be U.S.

Department of Education, Office of Finance and Operations, Logistic Services Division, Federal Real Property Branch, How to Acquire Surplus Federal Real Property for Educational Purposes, Washington, D.C., Logistic Services Division, Federal Real Property Branch, How to Acquir e Surplus Federal Real Property for Educational P urposes, Washington, D.C., On request, this publication may be made available in alternate formats, suc h as Braille, large print or CD.

For more information, pl ease contact t. The Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of authorize the donation of federal surplus property to eligible organizations.

If you are a public agency or a non-profit organization that meets the eligibility requirements, you may be able to acquire federal surplus property for. Undertakes real property due diligence requirements to support for the real property transfers, and also provides real property expertise related to policy and operations; Provides information on available surplus federal real properties and their physical suitability for the potential uses identified by the Community Development and.

Federal Government Surplus Certain nonfederal organizations are eligible to acquire surplus personal property from the federal government.

Surplus personal property, including furniture and hardware, is free of charge, with the donee paying only shipping and related costs. If you become a donee, you can examine surplus property at a State Agency. Overview of Federal Real Property Disposal Requirements and Procedures Garrett Hatch, Coordinator offered for sale to the public.

The disposal of a federal property may be subject to a number of environmental requirements and requires agencies to make surplus real property available first for homeless use before making it available for File Size: KB.

Surplus Federal Property Sales. GSA helps federal agencies dispose of unneeded property by selling directly to the public. It sells personal property, real estate, and vehicles to. Nonfederal public agencies and organizations also have access to surplus real property at a cost not to exceed fair market value.

A The following organizations or activities are eligible to receive donations of federal property: State and public agencies Nonprofit educational and public health activities, including programs for the homeless. The Federal Surplus Program is designed for eligible participants to acquire property belonging to the federal government that is surplus to all federal needs.

The General Services Administration (GSA), through the Defense Property Disposal Agency, makes federal surplus property available to states from military installations, federal agencies. Current offerings are available to eligible organizations that are registered with the NYS Federal Surplus Property Program.

This property is not available to individuals. Snowmobile: Polaris XLT Indy Special High Output Triple. It was screened by us last month. Snowmobile has hours on. For questions about the Texas Federal Surplus Property Program, call Abianna Daugherty at or E-mail Texas Federal Surplus Property.

Click here for more information on our program, including examples of property that has been donated to organizations in Texas. Surplus real and related personal property may be conveyed for: public park or recreation use and public health or educational purposes at discounts up to percent; public airport purposes, wildlife conservation, correctional facility, replacement housing and for historic monument purposes without monetary consideration; and for general.

Custodians shall ensure their deputy head is satisfied that the acquiring party has demonstrated that the surplus property is required for public purpose consistent with its long-term plans and that the sale or transfer is the best real property decision from a whole-of-government perspective, taking into account the market value of the surplus.

(7) To establish and operate the state agency for surplus property for the purpose of distributing surplus properties made available by the federal government under Pub.81st Congress, as amended, to institutions, organizations, agencies, and others as may be eligible to receive such surplus properties pursuant to applicable provisions of federal law.

Standard Form (SF)Transfer Order Surplus Personal Property means the document used to request and document the transfer of Federal surplus personal property for donation purposes. State means one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the U.S.

Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the Commonwealth. §—For what purposes may donees acquire and use surplus property. A donee may acquire and use surplus property only for the following authorized purposes: Public purposes.

A public agency that acquires surplus property through a SASP must use such property to carry out or to promote one or more public purposes for the people it serves. The full cost of providing, operating, maintaining, and disposing of real property has to be reflected in departmental budgets.

At the strategic planning level, a rule of thumb is emerging in the public and private sectors that ascribes a notional amount that should be invested annually for the proper care of built assets (buildings, facilities, or public works such as roads and sewers).

APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC BENEFIT ALLOWANCE ACQUISITION OF SURPLUS FEDERAL REAL PROPERTY FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES Public Law _Aug _ Identification of applicant Montana State University - Northern (MSUN) West 11th Street Havre Montana Telephone: / Fax:. purposes and for no other purposes.

2. Property received is needed and will be used by the recipient for educational or health purposes including research or in a public purpose and for no other purposes.

3. Property received shall be placed in use for the purposes for which acquired within one year of receipt and shall be continually in use.Non-Profit, Tax-Exempt Health or Educational Organizations. Surplus personal property may be donated to nonprofit educational and public health activities exempt from taxation under section of the Federal Internal Revenue Code.

The property must be used to aid education or public health, either directly or through research.Surplus Real Property. If the Surplus Real Property is not subsequently sold as a result of the sealed bid or public auction process, the property may be sold to the party who makes the highest reasonable offer to purchase the property that is acceptable to the CEO or MT A Size: 1MB.