Recipients of FireFighter Property Responsibilities
Sign a cooperative agreement with the State Agency who has responsibility of assigning DoD Firefighter Program property.
Request for transfer only DoD firefighting property that can effectively be made usable and put into service for fire fighting or emergency services.
Accept title of said property in the Agency name, not an individual member of the Agency.
Provide access to and the right to examine all records, books, papers, or documents relating to the DoD Firefighting Property to the Forest Service, DoD Office of Inspector General, the Comptroller General of the United States or his authorized representative, and the USDA, including its Office of Inspector General, or authorized representatives.
Maintain property records for a minimum of 5 years after acquisition of said property (i.e. registration, insurance, final disposal).
Owners of Firefighter Program property will cooperate with Federal and State parties to ensure compliance in Federal and State regulations and program and property management requirements.
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