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State Director, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Post Office and Federal Building, South Federal Place, Post Office Box 1449, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 87501.
State Director, Bureau of Land Management, Federal Building, 125 South State, Post Office Box 11505, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111.
State Director, Bureau of Land Management, Federal Building, Room 3008, 300 Booth Street, Reno, Nev. 89502.
State Director, Bureau of Land Management, Federal Building, Room 334, 550 West Fort Street, Boise, Idaho 83702.
State Director, Bureau of Land Management, 729 Northeast Oregon Street, Post Office Box 2965, Portland, Oreg. 97208. State Director, Bureau of Land Management, Post Office and Courthouse Building, 2120 Capitol Avenue, Box 1828, Cheyenne, Wyo. 82001.
Director, Boise Interagency Fire Center, Bureau of Land Management, Gowen Field, Route 3, Post Office Box 4158, Boise, Idaho 83705.
(h) Bureau of Mines (one copy to each of the following unless otherwise specified). Research Director, Albany Metallurgy Research Center, Box 70, Albany, Oreg. 97321 (2 copies).
Research Director, Laramie Petroleum Research Center, Box 3395, University Station, Laramie, Wyo. 82071.
Research Director, Bartlesville Petroleum Research Center, Post Office Box 1398, Bartlesville, Okla. 74003.
Research Director, Salt Lake City Metallurgy Research Center, 1600 East First South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112. Research Director, Research Metallurgy Research Center, 1605 Evans Avenue, Reno, Nev. 89505.
Research Director, Health and Safety Research and Testing Center, 4800 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213. Research Director, Rolla Metallurgy Research Center, Post Office Box 280, Rolla, Mo. 65401.
Research Director, Morgantown Coal Research Center, Post Office Box 880, Morgantown, W. Va. 26505.
Research Director, Twin Cities Research Center, Post Office Box 1660, Twin Cities Airport, Minn. 55111.
Chief, Western Administrative Office, Building 20, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colo. 80225.
Chief, Boulder City, Metallurgy Research Laboratory, 500 Date Street, Boulder City, Nev. 89005.
District Manager, Health and Safety District E, 1457 Ammons Street, Lakewood, Colo. 80215.
District Manager, Health and Safety District
Research Director, Marine Minerals Technology Center, 3150 Paradise Drive, Tiburon, Calif. 94920.
Research Director, Pittsburgh Coal Research
Research Director, College Park Metallurgy
District Manager, Health and Safety District
Chief, Division of Procurement and Property Management, Bureau of Mines, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. 20240.
Chief, Grand Forks Coal Research Laboratory, Box 8213, University Station, Grand Forks, N. Dak. 58202.
Chief, San Francisco Petroleum Research Laboratory, 1429 Appraisers Building, San Francisco, Calif. 94111.
Chief, Spokane Mining Research Laboratory, 1430 North Washington Street, Spokane, Wash. 99201.
(1) National Park Service.
Regional Director, Southeast Region, National Park Service, Federal Building, Post Office Box 10008, 400 North Eighth Street, Richmond, Va. 23240.
Regional Director, Midwest Region, National Park Service, 1709 Jackson Street, Omaha, Nebr. 68102.
Regional Director, Southwest Region, National Park Service, Post Office Box 728, Santa Fe, N. Mex. 87501.
Regional Director, Western Region, National Park Service, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, Post Office Box 36063, San Francisco, Calif. 94102.
Regional Director, Northeast Region, National Park Service, 143 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106.
Regional Director, National Capital Region, 1100 Ohio Drive SW., Washington, D.C. 20242.
(j) Bureau of Reclamation. Commissioner of Reclamation, Attention 800,
Interior Building, Washington, D.C. 20240. Office of Chief Engineer, Bureau of Reclamation, Building 67, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colo. 80225.
Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, Post Office Box 1609, Amarillo, Tex. 79105. Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, Post Office Box 2553, Billings, Mont. 59103. Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, Post Office Box 360, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111.
Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, Post Office Box 8008, Boise, Idaho 83707. Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, 2800 Cottage Way, Sacramento, Calif. 95825.
Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, Post Office Box 427, Boulder City, Nev. 89005.
Regional Director, Bureau of Reclamation, Building 20, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colo. 80225.
(k) Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife (2 copies each).
Regional Director, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Post Office Box 3737, 730 Northeast Pacific Street, Portland, Oreg. 97208. Regional Director, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Post Office Box 1306, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 87103. Regional Director, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, 1006 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, Minn. 55408. Regional Director, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Peachtree-Seventh Building (30A), Atlanta, Ga. 30323. Regional Director, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, Boston, Mass. 02109. Division of Property Management, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Interior Building, Room 3450, Washington, D.C. 20240.
Regional Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Mid-Continent Regional Office, Building 41, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colo. 80225.
Regional Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Northeast Regional Office, Federal Building, 1421 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102.
Regional Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Southeast Regional Office, 810 New Walton Building, Atlanta, Ga. 30303 Regional Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Lake Central Regional Office, 3853 Research Park Drive, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104.
Regional Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Pacific Northwest Regional Office, U.S. Courthouse, Room 407, Seattle, Wash. 98104.
Regional Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Pacific Southwest Regional Office. Box 36062, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, Calif. 94102. Regional Director, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Lake Central Regional Office, 3853 Research Park Drive, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104.
Department of the Interior, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Washington, D.C. 20240
Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Southeast Region, Suite 300, 1421 Peachtree Street NE., Atlanta, Ga. 30309. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, South Central Region, 1402 Elm Street, Dallas, Tex. 75202.
(0) Federal Water Pollution Control Administration (3 copies each).
Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Southwest Region, 760 Market Street, San Francisco, Calif. 94102.
Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Missouri Basin Region, 911 Walnut Street, Kansas City, Mo. 64106. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Ohio Basin Region, Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, 4676 Columbia Parkway, Room 115, Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Northwest Region, Pittock Block, Room 501, Portland, Oreg. 97205. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Great Lakes Region, 33 East Congress Parkway, Room 410, Chicago, Ill. 60605. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, South Central Region, 1000 Main Street, Dallas, Tex. 75202. Administrative Officer, Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Middle Atlantic Region, 918 Emmet Street, Charlottesville, Va. 22901.
Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, Northeast Region, John F. Kennedy Federal Building, Room 2303, Boston, Mass. 02203.
(p) Alaska Power Administration (2 copies). Alaska Power Administration, Post Office Box 50, Juneau, Alaska 99801.
Alaska Power Administration, Eklutna Project, Post Office Pouch No. 5, Star Route, Eagle River, Alaska 99577. (q) Office of Saline Water. Chief, Administrative Management, Office of Saline Water, Interior Building, 18th and C Streets NW., Washington, D.C. 20240. (r) Office of Territories. Property Officer, Office of Territories, Interior Building, Washington, D.C. 20240. High Commissioner of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Saipan, Mariana Islands 96950.
Governor of American Samoa, Pago Pago, Tutuila, American Samoa 96920.
Property disposed of by transfer to another accountable officer within the holding bureau, to other bureaus of the Department of the Interior, and to other Federal agencies shall be recorded on Transfer of Property, Form DI-104, or a modification thereof, to provide a document of entry to property records and accounts. Sufficient copies of the transfer document should be prepared, signed,
§ 114-43.102-53 transfers.
safe, dependable, and economical operating condition.
(b) Duration of the job on which the equipment will be used.
(c) Economic feasibility of ownership vs. loan or rental of the equipment. Frequency of use, particularly where the equipment will be needed only infrequently, is one of the factors which must be considered in determining the most economical method of acquisition.
(d) Handling and transportation costs involved in acquisition of excess property. § 114-43.302 Agency responsibility.
(a) A cost-reimbursement type contractor (see FPR 1-3.4 for description of a cost-reimbursement type contract) is eligible to receive excess personal property with the approval of the contracting Bureau or Office. Since transfers of excess property to cost-reimbursement type contractors may be made only by the agency administering the contract, actual transfer of excess property from the holding agency is made to the Bureau or Office administering the contract. Title to excess property transferred to the custody of a cost-reimbursement type contractor remains vested in the Government. Thus, the Bureau or Office administering the contract is responsible for ensuring that appropriate accounting and property accountability records are established and maintained and for proper disposition of the property when no longer needed for performance of work under the contract.
§ 114-43.306 Property not required to be reported.
Nonreportable personal property, while not reportable to GSA as excess on Standard Form 120, shall be reported to the appropriate regional office of that agency for sale purposes, on GSA Forms 126 and 126A, once a finding of surplus is made (see IPMR 114-43.102-51(b)) and the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, has been afforded an opportunity to screen the property as provided in FPMR 101-44.3.
§ 114-43.311 Reporting requirements. § 114-43.311-1 Reporting.
The authority to report excess personal property to the General Services Administration has been delegated to the head of each Bureau and Office in 205 DM 9.
(a) Nature and cost of any repairs required to restore excess equipment to a
§ 114-43.313-5 Electronic data processing equipment.
(a) (1) Chapter 306 DM 1 prescribes procedures and establishes responsibilities for coordinating the Department's ADP programs. These procedures contemplate that clearance will be obtained from the Director of Survey and Review prior to offering available owned or leased EDP equipment for transfer to other Bureaus and Offices of the Department and, acquiring excess Governmentowned or leased EDP equipment from other agencies.
(2) The approval of the Director of Survey and Review shall be obtained prior to acquisition of excess Government-owned or leased EDP equipment from other agencies. However, a freeze order may be placed against excess EDP equipment pending Departmental approval, if desired.
(b) (1) Available EDP equipment should be circularized within the holding bureau as provided in IPMR 114-43.102-50. One copy of each intrabureau "availability notice" shall be furnished the Bureau ADP coordinator and one copy to the Director of Survey and Review. This procedure provides an opportunity for the Bureau coordinator to intercede with respect to intra-bureau transfers and for the Office of Survey and Review to advise of any special coordination, utilization, or disposal procedures to be followed. If no special handling instructions are received from the Department within 30 days from the issue date of the "availability notice", the holding bureau should presume Departmental approval to offer the equipment for transfer to other Interior Bureaus and Offices and declaration to GSA if determined to be excess. The Report of Excess Personal Property, Standard Form 120, shall be transmitted to the General Services Administration, Utilization and Disposal Service, Office of Personal Property, Utilization Division, Washington, D.C. 20405, with one copy to the Director of Survey and Review.
(2) It is the policy of the Department of the Interior to screen available EDP equipment against Departmental needs rather than call on GSA to perform this service as suggested in FPMR 101-43.3135(b) (3). Internal screening of other Bureaus and Offices should be conducted in accordance with IPMR 114-43.102.
Bureaus and Offices are encouraged to make their needs for property, particularly needs for major or large equipment items, known to GSA through the use of GSA Form 1539, Request for Excess Personal Property. Consideration of the use of excess property should not be limited to that which has been circularized by GSA as available for transfer. Rather, equipment needs should, whenever possible, be determined well in advance of the date actually required and made known to GSA to provide the greatest opportunity to locate equipment which (a) is currently available from excess sources or (b) may be available, but has not been declared excess or circularized as available for utilization.
vided in FPMR 101-43.315–5 (a) (2), provided that no other Interior office in the area of where the property is located indicates an interest in acquiring the property.
(a) Contractor inventory may be retained or disposed of by a contractor or subcontractor provided the following conditions are met:
(1) The property is first determined to be excess to Department of the Interior needs in accordance with IPMR 114-43.102, and provided further, that the types of property covered by FPMR 101-43.316-1(a) (1) through (8) are determined to be surplus to all Federal agency needs.
(2) An equitable settlement is made for property retained by a contractor.
(3) In any case where a contractor is authorized to dispose of contractor inventory by sale with the proceeds to be credited to the United States, the sale shall be by the competitive bid method. The bid price shall be approved by the contracting officer or his representative prior to the award.
Property, Standard Form 121 shall be prepared and submitted in accordance with FPMR 101-43.4907 and the following supplemental instructions:
The Quarterly Report-Utilization and Disposal of Excess and Surplus Personal
(a) Preparation. (1) All data called for on Standard Form 121 are to be reported without regard to the instruction found on the reverse of the form, which provides that data for Lines 1, 2, 3, 5, 11, 12, 13, 15, and 28 need not be reported unless otherwise directed by GSA.
(2) On Line 1 report only transfers of available property to other Department of the Interior Bureaus and Offices whether with or without reimbursement.
(3) On Line 9 report only excess property transferred to Federal agencies outside the Department of the Interior with or without reimbursement.
(4) On Lines 10 and 14 report all property determined to be surplus during the quarter whether such determination was made by the General Services Administration or by the holding Bureau or Office.
(5) Since no property may be disposed of as surplus until it has first been found to be excess, the original cost of property reported under section III must first have been reported under section II of the report.
(6) The following data shall be entered in the space reserved for "Remarks" on Standard Form 121, or in an attachment thereto:
(i) The value of available property transferred in from other Interior Bureaus and Offices with or without reimbursement, in terms of original acquisition costs,
(ii) The value of excess property acquired from Federal agencies outside of Interior, whether with or without reimbursement, in terms of original acquisition cost (estimated if not known),
(iii) A certification to the effect that the requirements of FPMR 101-45.5 have been complied with in any instances where excess or surplus property is disposed of by abandonment or destruction,
NOTE: This certification is required only when an entry is made on Line 6, 7, 16, or 26, of Standard Form 121.
(iv) Appropriate explanations, when entries made require an explanation, as in the case of Lines 3, 13, 22, and 27.