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GSA SURPLUS PERSONAL PROPERTY DONATION PROGRAM. Background Role of State Agency for Surplus Property Eligibility and Recipients GSA’s Role Key Players. Background. 1956- Public Law 84-655 Established that no property could be donated for use in a state except

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GSA SURPLUS PERSONAL PROPERTY DONATION PROGRAM

  • Background

  • Role of State Agency for Surplus Property

  • Eligibility and Recipients

  • GSA’s Role

  • Key Players


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Background

1956- Public Law 84-655

Established that no property could be donated for use in a state except

througha “State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP)”.

The Department of Health, Education and Welfare (DHEW) was

designated to screen and allocate surplus property for civil defense

purposes.

1976- Public Law 94-519

Transferred responsibility of the donation program from DHEW to GSA.

Placed GSA in charge of a consolidated distribution system that would

fairly and equitably donate surplus to a broader selection of public

agencies and nonprofits.

Established the relationship between State and Federal government as

a “full”partnership.


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Role of a SASP

  • Key player in disposal process

  • Partner with GSA to save taxpayer dollars

  • Determine program eligibility

  • Screen and select usable civilian/military

  • agency surplus

  • Warehouse excess and surplus property.

  • “Donate” property

  • Ensure program compliance.


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NASASP

National Association of State Agencies for Surplus Property

Motto: “Pro Bono Publico” (For the public good)

The purpose of NASASP and its members is to partner with GSA and to save taxpayer dollars by extending the useful life of surplus to public agencies and nonprofit organizations in health and education.


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Types of eligible recipients…

  • Public agencies: state, county, local

  • governments, etc.

  • Nonprofit organizations: IRS 501(c)(3)

  • recognized tax exempt entities,

  • primarily in health or education.


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Examples of recipients…

  • Public agencies include libraries, park

  • districts, police/fire departments, schools,

  • cities, townships, county boards, etc.

  • Nonprofits include childcare centers,

  • volunteer fire departments/rescue squads,

  • homeless/needy providers, museums,

  • historic light stations, rehabilitation

  • centers, hospitals, Older American Act

  • Fund recipients, schools, etc.


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GSA’s Role

  • Assist in locating usable surplus especially during

  • disasters.

  • Fairly and equitably allocate property.

  • Manage non-compliance issues along with our IG.

  • Assist in making eligibility determinations.

  • Conduct reviews or “audits”.

  • Serve as liaison between SASPs and

  • civilian/military agencies.

  • Promote donation program.


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Key Players

NASASP (nasasp.org)

President – Curtis Howard (ILSASP) (217)-785-6903

Indiana Bob Flake (317) 234-3688

Michigan Vern Thelen (517) 334-8100

Minnesota Holly Gustner (651) 201-2514

Ohio Dave Settlemire (614) 466-6585

Wisconsin Bill Wilson (608) 849-2449

Iowa Clint Schmidt (515) 281-0426

Kansas Cheryl Buxton (785) 296-7276

Missouri Marilyn Traschel (573) 751-3415

Nebraska Brad Frandsen (402) 471-2677

Alabama Shane Bailey (334) 277-5866

Florida JD Solie (850) 410-1553

Georgia Steve Ekin (404) 657-8544

Kentucky Randy Bradley (502) 573-4836

Mississippi Jim Marler (601) 939-2050

North Carolina Mickey Sauls (919) 854-2163

South Carolina Tom Hornsby (803) 896-6880

Tennessee Dale Turrentine (615) 350-3373


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Key Players

Allocating Offices for Property Located In:

IL, IN, MI, MN, OH & WI

IA, KS, MO & NE

Ft. Worth, TX

Dan Scholl (817) 574-2567

Brenda Woods (817) 574-2355

AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC & TN

CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VI & VT

NY, NJ & PR

DE, MD, PA, VA, WA & NCR (DC)

Shiela Blount (404) 331-0538


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Key Players

GSA Area Property Officers:

IL, MN & WI Maria Lopez (312) 886-8994

MI, IN & OH Doug Janka (513) 755-6594

IA & MO Debbie Laffoon (816) 823-3717

KS & NE Lori Marrs (816) 823-3716

GA Bill Siggeman 404-331-0919

AL, KY & TN Bonnie Wright 404-331-1876

FL & MS Greg Foster 404-224-2350

NC & SC Tara Caldwell 404-331-3071


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