excess property

excess property

The quantity of property in possession of any component of the Department of Defense that exceeds the quantity required or authorized for retention by that component.
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We have fulfilled our commitment to Congress and the residents of Kansas City to transfer this excess property in a timely and safe manner.
Further, Keaton and her team have also been able to efficiently transfer risk through CSXIC's excess property and excess liability programs.
Among possible plans are bringing services together into modern developments, leasing excess property to generate income, working with other public sector bodies to find savings and looking into selling properties deemed surplus to requirements.
The Department of Defense Excess Property Program, known as 1033, provides extra military supplies to law enforcement agencies--including school police departments--at little or no cost.
It was the result of the Department of Defense Excess Property Program, also called the 1033 program, that transferred surplus military equipment to law-enforcement agencies around the country.
The last three recommendations, focused on excess property in prime condition, would help uncover reutilization opportunities more easily than what is done today, possibly generating even more savings than we discuss in this article.
says the city is self-insured but it relies "highly" on FM Global for its Excess Property insurance needs.
The Arkansas Supreme Court will not reconsider its decision that lets school districts keep excess property tax revenue if they raise more money than that set under the state's funding formula, justices ruled Thursday.
normally becomes excess property and there is a long process to acquire it for town use through the federal Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Department of Defense.
If savings are to be maximised in future, departments will need financial incentives to work together to share space and sell excess property.
Proom reported that ANI increased its excess property limits from $85 million in 1986 to $120 million in 1987.

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