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Title 41Subtitle CChapter 102Subchapter BPart 102-42


TITLE 41—Public Contracts and Property Management

Subtitle C—FEDERAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS SYSTEM (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER 102—FEDERAL MANAGEMENT REGULATION

SUBCHAPTER B—PERSONAL PROPERTY

PART 102-42—UTILIZATION, DONATION, AND DISPOSAL OF FOREIGN GIFTS AND DECORATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§102-42.5
What does this part cover?

Definitions

§102-42.10
What definitions apply to this part?

Care, Handling and Disposition

§102-42.15
Under what circumstances may an employee retain a foreign gift or decoration?
§102-42.20
What is the typical disposition process for gifts and decorations that employees are not authorized to retain?
§102-42.25
Who retains custody of gifts and decorations pending disposal?
§102-42.30
Who is responsible for the security, care and handling, and delivery of gifts and decorations to GSA, and all costs associated with such functions?
§102-42.35
Can the employing agency be reimbursed for transfers of gifts and decorations?

Appraisals

§102-42.40
When is an appraisal necessary?
§102-42.45
What is my agency's responsibility for establishing procedures for obtaining an appraisal?
§102-42.50
What types of appraisals may my agency consider?
§102-42.55
What does the employing agency do with the appraisal?

Special Disposals

§102-42.60
Who is responsible for gifts and decorations received by Senators and Senate employees?
§102-42.65
What happens if the Commission on Art and Antiquities does not dispose of a gift or decoration?
§102-42.70
Who handles gifts and decorations received by the President or Vice President or a member of their family?
§102-42.75
How are gifts containing hazardous materials handled?
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Subpart B—UTILIZATION OF FOREIGN GIFTS AND DECORATIONS

§102-42.80
To whom do “we”, “you”, and their variants refer?
§102-42.85
What gifts or decorations must we report to GSA?
§102-42.90
What is the requirement for reporting gifts or decorations that were retained for official use but are no longer needed?
§102-42.95
How do we report gifts and decorations as excess personal property?
§102-42.100
How can we obtain an excess gift or decoration from another agency?
§102-42.105
What special information must be included on the SF 122?
§102-42.110
How must we justify a transfer request?
§102-42.115
What must we do when the transferred gifts and decorations are no longer required for official use?
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Subpart C—DONATION OF FOREIGN GIFTS AND DECORATIONS

§102-42.120
When may gifts or decorations be donated to State agencies?
§102-42.125
How is donation of gifts or decorations accomplished?
§102-42.130
Are there special requirements for the donation of gifts and decorations?
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Subpart D—SALE OR DESTRUCTION OF FOREIGN GIFTS AND DECORATIONS

§102-42.135
Whose approval must be obtained before a foreign gift or decoration is offered for public sale?
§102-42.140
How is a sale of a foreign gift or decoration to an employee conducted?
§102-42.145
When is public sale of a foreign gift or decoration authorized?
§102-42.150
What happens to proceeds from sales?
§102-42.155
Can foreign gifts or decorations be destroyed?


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