** Attention - Attention ** Access to some federal facilities is now impacted by the Real ID Act. If using a drivers license or state issued identification card as identification, it will need to comply with the requirements of the Real ID act at those locations. Individuals without licenses from compliant jurisdictions may present alternative forms of identification - such as a U.S. Passport - accepted by the agency. Some agencies may have additional processes to accommodate individuals lacking the prescribed identification documents.
GSAXcess.gov is the entry site for the Federal Excess Personal Property Utilization Program and the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program operated by the General Services Administration. Your agency can report excess personal property for transfer by GSA to other Federal and State Agencies for Surplus Property (SASPs) as well as search for and obtain excess personal property. Your agency can also report and transfer excess computers and peripheral equipment to schools and educational nonprofit organizations through the Computers for Learning program or post your CFL transfers done outside our system. This site is not intended for the general public.
We are implementing the guidance in GSA FMR Bulletin, B-34, Disposal of Federal Electronic Assets. All customers are advised that, effective Monday, 19 March 2012, the following notice applies to federal electronics assets contained in this bulletin.
The Federal Government has determined that improper disposal of used electronics may have potentially harmful effects on human health and the environment. This/these electronic product(s) must be disposed of at their end of useful life in accordance with all Federal, state, and local laws. The Federal Government strongly encourages recycling these products through certified recyclers, even when such recycling is not required by Federal, state or local laws. Information regarding certified recyclers is available at http://www.epa.gov/fec/resources/reuse.pdf.
GSA regularly assists in the disposal of large volumes of office furniture! If your agency is in need of assistance in either acquiring or disposing of office furniture, please contact Rick Parker in the National Capital Region (NCR) Property Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.