3 edition of Utilization of surplus property for educational and public health purposes. found in the catalog.
Utilization of surplus property for educational and public health purposes.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations.
John W. McCormack, chairman of subcommittee.
|LC Classifications||LB3261 .U5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 350 p.|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||55060719|
Education Code § The governing board of any school district may sell any real property belonging to the school district or may lease for a term not exceeding 99 years, any real property, together with any personal property located thereon, belonging to the school district which is not or will not be needed by the district for school classroom buildings at the time of delivery of title. property. “Surplus real property” means City-owned real property for which there is no reasonably identifiable current or future public need. (M, Added, 07/20/, Sec 4) Section Surplus Property Review. A. Process. Real property owned by the City is subject to disposition as surplus property after: Size: 93KB.
10 Control Measures and Public Health Emergencies: A Texas Bench Book - discussed in this bench book.4 The word “management” when referring to management of a person with a communicable disease is also undefined.5 In common speech and occasionally in the law, the terms isolation and quarantine are used. This process may include the preparation of a by-law or resolution declaring the property surplus and authorizing its disposal either through a public tender process or an RFP process. Public Tender process shall not be subject to any terms and conditions and shall be awarded to the highest bidder.
Re-use opportunities include City agency and other government use, private re-use of the building (sale or lease), temporary uses, shared uses, and demolition (open space or clearance for new construction). New Website for Surplus Schools. Please visit our new Surplus Schools webpage for more information. The Transfer Order—Surplus Personal Property and Continuation Sheet, Standard form (SF) , is used by a State Agency for Surplus Property (SASP) to donate Federal surplus personal property to public agencies, nonprofit educational or public health activities, programs for the elderly, service educational activities, and public airports.
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Utilization of surplus property for educational and public health purposes: hearing before the Committee on Government Operations, United States Senate, Eighty-fourth Congress, first session, on H.R. and S.
to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of so as to improve the administration of the program for the utilization of surplus property for educational and public health purposes.
Utilization of surplus property for educational and public health purposes: hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Donable Property of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, first session, on H.R.to amend the Federal property and administrative services act of so as to improve the administration of the program for the utilization of surplus property for educational and public health purposes.
The requirement for educational or public health use of the property by an eligible public agency is contingent upon the disposal agency’s approval, under §, of a recommendation for assignment of Federal surplus real property received from ED or HHS.
Federal Surplus Property Available for Public Use. Certain nonfederal organizations, such as state and local governments, regional agencies, and nonprofit organizations, are able to request property that the federal government no longer needs.
and institutions, surplus books which are not needed for the Library's own uses. Eligible organizations and institutions must be located in the United States and fall into one of the following categories: Full-time, tax-supported or nonprofit educational institution: school, school system, college, university, museum, or public Size: KB.
The Library of Congress has surplus books available to educational institutions, public bodies (agencies of local, state, or national government), and non-profit tax-exempt organizations in the United States having tax-exempt status under Section (c) of the Internal Revenue Code of Institutions that meet the organizational eligibility requirements of the law must also demonstrate a need for surplus federal real property for an eligible education program.
To meet this requirement, and qualify for a Public Benefit Allowance in lieu of full cash payment of the purchase price of the property desired, the program must clearly establish that it is fundamentally educational under federal.
Surplus personal property may be donated to nonprofit educational and public health activities exempt from taxation under Sec. of the Internal Revenue Code. The property must be used to aid education or public health, either directly or through research. a public agency, the property is needed and will be used by the recipient for carrying out or promoting for the residents of a given political area one or more public purposes, or, if a nonprofit tax-exempt institution or organization, the property is needed for and will be used by the recipient for educational or public health purposes.
The Missouri State Agency for Surplus Property (MOSASP) obtains this surplus property from the Federal Government and donates it to eligible entities for a service charge. Eligible entities include: Public agencies (State Agencies, cities, counties, schools, fire protection districts, ambulance districts.
A nonprofit educational or public health institution must use surplus property for education or public health, including research for either purpose and assistance to the homeless or impoverished. While this does not preclude the use of donated surplus property for a related or subsidiary purpose incident to the institution's overall program, the property may not be used for a nonrelated or commercial purpose.
proposed transfer of property for public-health use. the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, through such officers or employees of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare as he may desig-nate, may sell or lease such real property for public-health purposes, including research, to.
Scope of part. Responsibility and liability for Government property. Contractors’ property management system compliance. Transferring accountability. Contract clauses.
Solicitation. Evaluation procedures. Use and rental. Contracts with foreign governments or international.
Any property deemed surplus to a School Board is required to follow the Education Act, Ontario Regulation /98 – Disposition of Surplus Real Property (attached).
This process is not part of an accommodation review; rather it follows a framework in which a School Board must follow in order to dispose of property deemed surplus to the Board’sFile Size: 59KB. Prior to offering the surplus real property for sale to the public the Administrator shall give notice in writing of the existence and fair market value of the surplus real property to the governing bodies of the county and of all cities, villages and incorporated towns in the county in which such real property.
The Federal Real Property Assistance Program conveys surplus Federal Real Property for educational purposes at fair market value.
Property must be used for education purposes including but not limited to higher education, elementary and secondary education, libraries, central administrative facilities, educational television and radio, rehabilitation and training, vocational education and research, correctional education centers.
(1) Authorization to rent, lease, or permit the occasional use of surplus school property under RCW 28A may include the joint use of school district property, which is in part used for school purposes, by any combination of persons, corporations or government entities for other than common school purposes: PROVIDED, That any such joint.
City Manager directed to dispose of surplus property. In compliance with the Anytown Surplus Property Policy (Resolution #), the City Manager is hereby directed to conduct a public auction for the sale of the surplus items enumerated in Section 1 of this Resolution.
The following guidelines will be used when disposing surplus property: 1. Central Receiving will publicize through the Surplus HigherEd Instruction Property (SHIP) website all material or equipment that can be used for instructional purpose by a public school/school district, or anFile Size: KB.
The Indian Health Service (IHS), an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services, is responsible for providing federal health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives.
The provision of health services to members of federally-recognized Tribes grew out of the special government-to-government relationship between the federal government and Indian Tribes.
The city might consider holding a public auction to sell its surplus property – a gathering of interested parties in a common place and time for the purpose of bidding on items offered for sale. There are two advantages to this method.- DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS PROPERTY.
When personal property becomes unnecessary and undesirable for public school purposes, the school system will sell or dispose of the property in order to provide additional revenue for educational purposes, in accordance with the requirements of G.S.
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