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DISPOSAL OF COMPUTERS, ELECTRONICS AND SPECIAL ITEMS. Mark Brantley General Services Administration GSA Expo 2010 May 2010. CPUs Laptops Docking Stations Handheld computers (Palms, Blackberrys, etc.). Fax Machines Audio Visual Equipment Cell Phones Test Equipment.

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DISPOSAL OF COMPUTERS, ELECTRONICS AND SPECIAL ITEMS

Mark BrantleyGeneral Services AdministrationGSA Expo 2010May 2010

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CPUs

Laptops

Docking Stations

Handheld computers (Palms, Blackberrys, etc.)

Fax Machines

Audio Visual Equipment

Cell Phones

Test Equipment

An estimated 50 million tons of e-waste is produced each year. The USA discards 30 million computers each year and 100 million phones are disposed of in Europe each year.

executive order 13423
Executive Order 13423

Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management

Section 2. Goals for Agencies.

(h) (iv) – Uses environmentally sound practices with respect to disposition of agency electronic equipment that has reached the end of its useful life.

first priority protect information
First Priority - Protect Information
  • Some agencies physically destroy hard drives to secure them
  • Others have hard drives wiped clean
  • Always remove all external storage media
  • Clear/delete numbers and address book information
how to dispose of the property
How to dispose of the property?
  • Agencies have several options depending on:
    • Type of Property
    • Condition of Property
    • Volume of Property
    • Value of Property
    • And, any hazardous characteristics of the property
internal reuse

OPTION 1:

Internal Reuse

Can the equipment

be used by

someone else in

your office or

within your

Agency?

stevenson wydler technology innovation act

OPTION 2:

Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act

15 USC 3710(i) Research equipment

… the head of any Federal agency or department, may loan, lease, or give research equipment that is excess to the needs of the laboratory, agency, or department to an educational institution or nonprofit organization for the conduct of technical and scientific education and research activities. Title of ownership shall transfer with a gift under this section.

computers for learning

OPTION 3:

Computers for Learning
  • Executive Order 12999
  • Exec Order streamlines the transfer of excess and surplus Federal Computer

equipment to the Nation’s

classrooms for the purpose

of making modern computer

technology an integral part of

every classroom.

normal disposal process

OPTION 4:

Normal Disposal Process
  • Screen/Offer Property to other Federal Agencies
  • Screen/Offer Property to State Agencies for Surplus Property – Donation Program
  • Property May be Sold . . . .
should you sell computers electronics
Should You Sell Computers/Electronics?
  • Market considerations/ROI
  • Condition of property
  • Volume and storage
  • Type of computers
or abandonment destruction

OPTION 5:

Or. . . Abandonment/Destruction
  • Owning Agency can make determination to abandon/destroy
  • Determination can be made at
  • any time during disposal
  • Must follow rules in
  • FMR 102-36.305 – 330
  • How To Decide???
abandonment and destruction
Abandonment and Destruction
  • The property has no commercial value, or
  • The continued cost of care and handling would exceed estimated proceeds from sale and handling
  • BUT, remember Executive Order 13423…..

Section 2. Goals for Agencies.

(h) (iv) – Uses environmentally sound practices with respect to disposition of agency electronic equipment that has reached the end of its useful life.

restriction on abandonment destruction
Restriction on Abandonment/Destruction

You must not abandon or destroy property in a manner which is detrimental or dangerous to public health or safety.

FMR 102-36.315

a d options
A & D Options…

FMR 102-36.320 - Agencies may donate to a public body in lieu of abandonment

UNICOR (Federal Prison Industries) is a public body and has a computer/electronics recycling program

Information on locations and contact:

www.unicor.gov

these transactions with unicor are donations in lieu of abandonment
These Transactions with UNICOR are Donations in Lieu of Abandonment

Computers and electronics are

de-manufactured and recycled

No Landfill Policy

These transactions are

donations in lieu of abandonment,

NOT Federal transfers

a d options www gsa gov environmentalservices
A & D Options … www.gsa.gov/environmentalservices
  • 899-1: Environmental Planning Services & Documentation
  • 899-2: Environmental Compliance Services
  • 899-3: Environmental Occupational Training Services
  • 899-4: Waste Management Services
  • 899-5: Reclamation, Recycling and Disposal Services
  • 899-6: Environmental Advisory Services
  • 899-7: Geographic Information Services
  • 899-8: Remediation Services
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Environmental Services Schedule 899

  • Inventory
  • Reuse
  • Inventory transfer
  • Waste collection
  • Destruction
  • Disposal
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Types of Waste Management/Recycling

  • Electronic equipment
  • Confiscated materials
  • Excess and surplus inventory
  • Chemicals, solids, biological matter
  • Management, oversight of hazardous material disposal operations
  • Waste minimization/pollution prevention initiatives
  • Batteries
  • Cathode Ray Tubes
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Contractor Documentation

  • Compliant with environmental laws/regulations
  • Data security process for hard drive destruction
  • Process flow identifying ownership of all parts

Process through final disposition of ALL materials

  • Methods used for tracking to final destination
  • Warehousing
  • Identifying subcontractors involved
evaluation criteria for awards
Evaluation Criteria for Awards
  • Technical (professional qualifications/corporate experience)
  • Financially sound and responsible (IAW FAR 9.1)
  • Established business (2-year minimum)
  • Past performance (Open Ratings report)
  • Required documentation
  • Competitive pricing
89 schedule 899 5 contractors
89 Schedule 899-5 Contractors
  • 43 Large Business
  • 46 Small Business
  • 9 Woman Owned Business
  • 6 Veteran Owned Small Business
  • 2 Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
  • 10 SBA Certified Small Disadvantaged Business
  • 11 SBA Certified (8a) Firm
  • 5 SBA Certified HUBZone Firm
it s easier than you think

It’s not easy

being green

or is it?

It’s Easier Than You Think
  • Streamlined procurement process
  • Saves time & administrative costs
  • Flexible (can add agency-specific clauses)
  • Quick access to experienced contractors
  • Compliant with applicable regulations/policies
  • Pricing determined fair and reasonable
  • Helpful e-Tools (GSA Advantage!®/ eBuy)
helping agencies help the environment

R U Ready?

Get Set &

Helping Agencies Help the Environment
  • Environmental Services Schedule 899
      • Carolyn DiCugno
      • 253.931.7042
      • environmental@gsa.gov
  • General Schedule Questions
    • 1-800-241-RAIN (7246)
review
Review…
  • Disposal of Computers, Electronics and Special Items
    • Protect Information
    • Internal Reuse
    • Stevenson-Wydler Act
    • Computers for Learning
    • Report to GSA for Normal Disposal Process
    • Abandonment/Destruction Options
      • Unicor
      • GSA Environmental Services Schedule 899
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Are you having difficulty remembering all of this???

Bring your questions to GSA…..

We can help you solve

all your disposal issues……

www.gsa.gov

thank you questions
Thank You!!!QUESTIONS?

Mark Brantley

404-331-0972

Mark.Brantley@gsa.gov