Disposition of Government surplus airports and facilities. Hearing before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eightieth Congress, first session, on S. 364, a bill to expedite the disposition of Government surplus airports, airport facilities, and equipment and to assure their disposition in such manner as will best encourage and foster the development of civilian aviation and preserve for national defense purposes a strong, efficient, and properly maintained Nation-wide system of public airports, and for other purposes. June 10, 1947. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Forces.

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LC ClassificationsKF26 .A7 1947
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Paginationiii, 40 p.
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL6523243M
LC Control Number47031883

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Disposition of Government surplus airports and facilities: hearing before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eightieth Congress, first session, on S.a bill to expedite the disposition of Government surplus airports, airport facilities, and equipment and to assure their disposition in such manner as will best encourage and foster the development of civilian aviation.

Get this from a library. Miscellaneous bills: hearings before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eightieth Congress, first session, on S.to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to construct a postgraduate school at Monterey, Calif.

; S. to expedite the disposition of government surplus airports, airport facilities, and equipment and to assure their disposition in. Notify Facilities Management of property ready for disposition and advise department of document tracking number to be used in the service request process for equipment and items that require use of the Surplus Disposition Form.

Provide copy of fully executed disposition to the department for their records. Government Property for Sale or Disposal GSA frequently has surplus personal and real property which it makes available for sale or lease by qualified parties.

Before getting into the details, a point of order: Personal Property is defined as tangible items ranging from common products, such as office equipment and furniture, to specialized. In NovemberFacilities Services started a surplus furniture partnership with Personal Movers.

If you have office or home furniture items that your group no longer needs, please email [email protected] to have the item(s) collected. A select number of surplus items collected will be set aside and made available to Tufts community members as part of a surplus.

Cross-Reference: Disposition of Government surplus airports and facilities. book of Surplus Property Operating Procedure Disposition of Property: When College assets/inventory such as equipment, furniture, supplies or other personal property of the College are obsolete, damaged, worn out or no longer needed by any College department, the property shall be deemed surplus property (“Surplus Property”), and the Executive Vice President.

09/30/ B Appendix K Page Appendix K PART —Release of Airport Property from Surplus Property Disposal Restrictions Authority: 49 U.S.C. §§ (g),– Source: Docket No.

27 FRDec. 13,unless otherwise noted. § Applicability. This part applies to releases from terms, conditions, reservations, or restrictions in any deed. DISPOSITION OF GOVERNMENT-OWNED EQUIPMENT. This part describes when U.S. government property (federal-owned) tags are to be removed from a piece of equipment: transfers of equipment, contract or grant completion, excess property, disposition of scrap and salvage, and the disposition records for the equipment.

DISPOSITION OF SURPLUS REAL PROPERTY property to public agencies for the purpose of developing low and moderate-income housing, park and recreational purposes, for enterprises zone purposes, or school purposes. The offer to sell Disposition of Government surplus airports and facilities.

book lease the property to a public agency will be exclusive for a period of sixty (60) Size: 1MB. The GSA handles the donation of surplus property to public airports under a program administered by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) (see subpart F of this part).

The GSA may also donate to the American National Red Cross surplus property that was originally derived from or through the Red Cross (see subpart G of this part). The State Surplus Property Program can be reached at () or [email protected] FEDERAL SURPLUS PROPERTY PROGRAM The Federal Surplus Property Program offers state agencies the opportunity to obtain surplus federal government property at pennies on the dollar (when comparing TFC’s fees to the original value of theFile Size: KB.

U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC () tell-FAA (() ). Disposition of Surplus Property in the Highway Department Dear Reader: The following document was created from the CTAS electronic library known as e-Li.

This online library is maintained daily by CTAS staff and seeks to represent the most current information regarding. Surplus Property Policies Property Transfer and Disposition: Policies and Procedures Policy: The purpose of the University of Rochester Surplus Property Program is to manage the University-wide re-circulation of assets centrally to ensure appropriate internal controls and if sold, secure the maximum amount for the sale of surplus property.

DISPOSITION OF FEDERALLY OWNED SURPLUSES CLIFTON E. MACK* INTRODUCTION As a result, a "make it do" policy on the use of Government facilities was inevitable. Thus, fullest utilization of Government-owned property was the im- 4. Surplus to the Author: Clifton E. Mack.

Auctions in Airport Louisiana. Auctions in Airport Virginia. The RFC established depots around the country to store and sell surplus aircraft.

By the summer ofat least 30 sales-storage depots and 23 sales centers were in operation. In Novemberit was estimated a total ofaircraft would be transferred as surplus. participants in the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program include public agencies, nonprofit educational or public health institutions, nonprofit and public programs for the elderly, veterans organizations, service educational activities, and public airports.

Public Agencies. Broad categories of public agencies include States. On SeptemOroville Auxiliary Field A-5 was placed in the category of surplus and its disposition approved.

Meanwhile, the Final Judgment in Condemnation Awarding Just Compensation for Tracts A, B, C and D, as Described in Amended Complaint and Declaration of Taking No.

1 (), was filed in open court on Febru Personnel with Materiel Disposition Program responsibilities (DLA Disposition Services employees, ICP integrated materiel managers (IMMs), Reservists, etc.) as well as those DoD-related and non-DoD organizations disposing of excess, surplus, FEPP, and scrap through the Department of Defense, require applicable training in defense materiel.

A Airports Compliance Hand-book, “a total release, permitting the sale and disposal of real property ac-quired for airport purposes under the Surplus Property Act, shall not be granted unless it can clearly be shown that the sale of such property will benefit civil. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

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Division - Airports for Municipalities ofor More Division - Airports for Municipalities of Less ThanArt 11 prec Div - Harbors and Watercourses. SASP is the Connecticut state agency responsible for federal surplus property distribution. SASAP procures Federal surplus property from around the world and redistributes it to Connecticut state agencies, municipalities, and all approved (c)3 health.

The th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (th AMARG), often called The Boneyard, is a United States Air Force aircraft and missile storage and maintenance facility in Tucson, Arizona, located on Davis–Monthan Air Force th AMARG was previously Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center, and the Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center, and its Branch: Air Force.

Suggested Citation:"Chapter 3 - Business Financial and Administrative Management."National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Guidebook for Managing Small Airports - Second gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Government furnished property includes, but is not limited to, spares and property furnished for repairs, maintenance, overhaul, or modification.

Government furnished property also includes contractor acquired property if the contractor acquired property is a deliverable under a cost contract when accepted by the Government for continued use.

disposition of surplus property. Policy It is the policy of SFMD that property which is no longer needed, not cost effective to repair, obsolete, or otherwise no longer useful to SFMD shall be itemized and presented to the BOD with a recommendation from the Fire Chief, or the Fire Chief’s designee, to be declared as surplus property.

Municipal Technical Advisory Service (MTAS) University Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee Phone: () Fax: ()   Government Liquidation (), a Liquidity Services, Inc.

(NASDAQ: LQDT) marketplace, is a contractor of the DLA Disposition Services. In the past, government policy relating to greenfield airports was restrictive and aimed at protecting the financial viability of the existing airports.

However, the spurt in traffic suggests a liberalized approach towards setting up of greenfield airports with a view to bridging the growing deficit in airport infrastructure.

Our preferred method of disposition is via our Surplus School Donation Program. In Mayafter Board of Supervisors approval, the program became a reality. This new program allowed County surplus items to be donated to local schools operating under the Orange County Department of Education.

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SURPLUS PROPERTY Darnestown Road Rockville, MD Issued by Montgomery County Government Department of General Services Monroe Street, 9th Floor Rockville, Maryland Offers due by: January 6,p.m.

History. Alliance Municipal Airport was built during World War II by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) It was one of eleven USAAF training airfields in Nebraska during World War Apthe Secretary of War authorized the establishment of the field.

It was built between summer and August The 4,acre ( km 2) site is bordered by low rolling sandhills to Serves: Alliance, Nebraska. Sec. Connecticut Airport Authority. Board of directors. Executive director. Advisory committee.

(a) There is hereby established and created a body politic and corporate, constituting a public instrumentality and political subdivision of the state of Connecticut established and created for the performance of an essential public and governmental function, to be known as the Connecticut.

Documents basic information about airports and are updated as state officials inspect the airports. The records contain information on individual airports, including owner's name and address, manager's name and address, whether the airport is public or private, latitude and longitude, runway date lighting, landing length, services, facilities.

Puunene Airport was taken over under a permissive agreement with the Navy. In December the Navy declared the land surplus to their needs and the airport reverted to the Territory under Quitclaim Deed from the U.S.

Government. A program to dispose of surplus buildings and materials was launched. The airport consisted of acres. Justice and Law Enforcement: Potential Joint Civil and Military Use of Military Airfields: Rced [U.

Government Accountability Office (] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In response to a congressional directive, GAO evaluated the feasibility of making domestic military airports and airport facilities available for joint civilian and military use to the maximum.

b, surplus property - surplus property act - disposition of public airports - use of proceeds digest: consistent with the provisions of the surplus property act pertaining to disposal of public airports conveyed under the act, 50 u.s.c.

app.b, c, and the quitclaim deed from the united states, through the administrator of the war assets administration, to.Joint Development Guidelines, Policies and Procedures I. Definition and Purposes Joint development is a real property asset development and management program designed to secure the most appropriate private and/or public sector development that is physically or functionally related to .The Cumulative Supplement to the Revised Statutes of Missouri is available.

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