surplus property


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surplus property

Any excess property not required for the needs and for the discharge of the responsibilities of all federal agencies, including the Department of Defense, as determined by the General Services Administration.
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TULSA A WNBA basketball goal used by the Tulsa Shock, the former marquee from the BOK Center and coin collections will be among the items up for bids at the next city of Tulsa surplus property auction.
Based in New York, he will oversee the general property, energy property, excess & surplus property, engineering & construction, general aviation and marine teams throughout the U.S.
Based in New York, LaRocca will oversee the General Property, Energy Property, Excess & Surplus Property, Engineering & Construction, General Aviation and Marine teams throughout the US and Canada.
Turpin will have oversight of both the Excess and Surplus Property and U.S.
It said he was selling scrap metal from job sites after the agency failed to enforce surplus property disposal policies.
It had been owned by Forest Laboratories and became surplus property after Forest was acquired by pharmaceutical giant Allergan in 2014.
16 not to sell surplus property near the Idaho Center.
Adjustment of five-year public safety local option levy revenue, sheriff sale of surplus property. 541-682-4203.
In addition, the company is involved in the non-regulated water-related services, including operating water and waste water systems; providing operating and maintenance, meter reading and billing services to private companies and municipalities; leasing communication antenna sites on its properties to telecommunication companies; billing of third-party insurance programmes to its residential customers; operating recycled water systems; providing lab services; and selling surplus property.
INSIDE BIZ Auction house's prestige order LEADING Midland auction house CPBigwood has won a further three year contract with Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council to sell the local authority's surplus property stock.