FEPP DESK GUIDE
State foresters need to maintain periodic written and verbal contact with their field office personnel to ensure their currency in all aspects of the FEPP program, especially records and inventory accuracy, reviews, use, and overall program management.
Encourage contact with Members of Congress when FEPP fire
equipment is assigned to fire departments within their districts. Their
involvement is desirable at public ceremonies (such as "turning-over-keys"
to vehicles) to provide positive publicity for the FEPP Program in upgrading
rural fire departments, etc. Local newspapers are often glad to cover
this kind of event, as well.
The Roscommon Equipment Center (REC) in Roscommon, Michigan,
has plans and specifications for the rehabilitation of most varieties
of FEPP. They may be contacted at:
Condition codes are assigned to property reported as excess.
Disposal Condition Codes
Disposal Condition Code and Definition
1 - Property that is in new condition or unused condition and can be used immediately without modifications or repairs.
4 - Property that shows some wear, but can be used without significant repair.
7 - Property that is unusable in its current condition but can be economically repaired.
X - Property that has value in excess of its basic material content, but repair or rehabilitation is impractical and/or uneconomical.
S - Property that has no value except for basic
See FMR 102-102-36.220 for excess personal property reporting
Updated listing can be found at GSA NATIONAL UTILIZATION OFFICERS http://gsaxcess.gov/htm/xcesscontlinks.htm
A. Reported Property:
B. Assistance to generating activities and customer agencies:
A directory of AUO names, addresses, and phone numbers may be obtained from
the regional GSA office or this website: http://gsaxcess.gov/htm/xcesscontlinks.htm
A directory for all Defense Reutilization and Marketing Program contact points may be obtained at this website: https://www.drms.dla.mil/
Current listing can be found at http://nasasp.org/site/pages/roster.htm
FEPP Desk Guide May 2000