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e-CFR Data is current as of April 16, 2014

Title 41: Public Contracts and Property Management


PART 109-25—GENERAL


Contents

Subpart 109-25.1—General Policies

§109-25.100   Use of Government personal property and nonpersonal services.
§109-25.103   Promotional materials, trading stamps, or bonus goods.
§109-25.103-1   General.
§109-25.104   Acquisition of office furniture and office machines.
§109-25.109   Laboratory and research equipment.
§109-25.109-1   Identification of idle equipment.
§109-25.109-2   Equipment pools.

Subpart 109-25.3—Use Standards

§109-25.302   Office furniture, furnishings, and equipment.
§109-25.350   Furnishing of Government clothing and individual equipment.

Subpart 109-25.4—Replacement Standards

§109-25.401   General.
§109-25.401-50   Replacement approvals.

Authority: Sec. 644, Pub. L. 95-91, 91 Stat. 599 (42 U.S.C. 7254).

Source: 63 FR 19625, Apr. 20, 1998, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart 109-25.1—General Policies

§109-25.100   Use of Government personal property and nonpersonal services.

The Director, Office of Administrative Services and heads of field organizations shall ensure to restrict the use of Government property/services to officially designated activities.

§109-25.103   Promotional materials, trading stamps, or bonus goods.

§109-25.103-1   General.

DOE offices and designated contractors shall establish procedures for the receipt and disposition of promotional materials, trading stamps, or bonus goods consistent with the provisions of 41 CFR 101-25.103.

§109-25.104   Acquisition of office furniture and office machines.

DOE offices and designated contractors shall make the determination as to whether requirements can be met through the utilization of DOE owned furniture and office machines.

§109-25.109   Laboratory and research equipment.

The provisions of 41 CFR 101-25.109 and this section apply to laboratory and research equipment in the possession of DOE field organizations and designated contractors.

§109-25.109-1   Identification of idle equipment.

(a) At a minimum, management walk-throughs shall be conducted to provide for coverage of all operating and storage areas at least once every two years to identify idle and unneeded personal property. The submission to the head of the laboratory or facility of a report of walk-throughs conducted shall be at the discretion of the laboratory or facility management. However, DOE field organizations may require designated contractors to submit a report of walk-throughs to the OPMOs. Equipment identified as idle and unneeded shall be redeployed, reassigned, placed in equipment pools, or excessed, as appropriate. All walk-throughs shall be documented to include, at a minimum, the identity of the participants, areas covered, findings, recommendations, corrective action plans, and results achieved. The documentation shall be made available for review by appropriate contractor management, DOE offices, and audit teams.

(b) Members of management walk-through inspection teams should be coordinated with the property administrator and the OPMO.

(c) OPMOs shall periodically review walk-through procedures and practices of DOE offices and designated contractors to determine their effectiveness.

§109-25.109-2   Equipment pools.

(a)-(c) [Reserved]

(d) The report on the use and effectiveness of equipment pools shall be submitted to the head of the DOE office at the discretion of that official. However, documentation of evaluations of pools shall be maintained and made available for review by appropriate contractor management, DOE offices, and audit teams.

(e) Heads of field organizations shall require periodic independent reviews of equipment pool operations.

Subpart 109-25.3—Use Standards

§109-25.302   Office furniture, furnishings, and equipment.

The Director, Office of Administrative Services, heads of field organizations, and designated contractors shall establish criteria for the use of office furniture, furnishings, and equipment.

§109-25.350   Furnishing of Government clothing and individual equipment.

(a) Government-owned clothing and individual equipment may be furnished to employees:

(1) For protection from physical injury or occupational disease; or

(2) When employees could not reasonably be required to furnish them as a part of the personal clothing and equipment needed to perform the regular duties of the position to which they are assigned or for which services were engaged.

(b) This section does not apply to uniforms or uniform allowances under the Federal Employees Uniform Allowance Act of 1954, as amended.

Subpart 109-25.4—Replacement Standards

§109-25.401   General.

§109-25.401-50   Replacement approvals.

The Director, Office of Administrative Services and heads of field organizations are authorized to approve replacement of office machines, furniture, and materials handling equipment.



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