The normal disposal process may include abandonment or destruction, reutilization by other Federal agencies, donation to eligible non-Federal public or non-profit organizations, or sale to the public. The time required to determine which of these options will apply and to complete the disposal transaction is likely to exceed the time required for an exchange/sale transaction.
§102-39.20—What definitions apply to this part?
The following definitions apply to this part:
§102-39.25—How do I request a deviation from this part?
See §§102-2.60 through 102-2.110 of this chapter to request a deviation from the requirements of this part.
§102-39.45—What prohibitions apply to the exchange/sale of personal property?
You must not use the exchange/sale authority for:
§102-39.50—What conditions apply to the exchange/sale of personal property?
You may use the exchange/sale authority only if you meet all of the following conditions:
§102-39.55—What exceptions apply to the conditions for exchange/sale in §102-39.50?
The exceptions that apply to the conditions for exchange/sale §102-39.50 are:
§102-39.65—What are the sales methods?
§102-39.70—What are the accounting requirements for the proceeds of sale?
You must account for sales proceeds in accordance with the general finance and accounting rules applicable to you. Except as otherwise directed by law, all proceeds from the sale of personal property under this part will be available during the fiscal year in which the property was sold and for one fiscal year thereafter for obligation for the purchase of replacement property. Any sales proceeds not applied to replacement purchases during this time must be deposited in the United States Treasury as miscellaneous receipts.
§102-39.75—What information am I required to report?