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MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE OFFICE

ORGANIZATION OF THE SURPLUS PROPERTY DISPOSAL BRANCH 1. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF

a. Directs, supervises, and coordinates operations of all subordinate organizational components and key personnel.

b. Approves, within limits of delegated authority, all matters pertaining to civilian personnel, such as assignment, transfer, promotion, leave, disciplinary action, and dismissal.

C. Advises the Depot Commander and maintains liaison with office and division chiefs as to further utilization of salvage items.

d. Collaborates with Depot Property Branch in reclamation of salvage. e. Schedules and conducts sales of salvage property according to provisions of SR and AR 755 Series.

f. Determines successful bidders on salvage sales and makes awards.

g. Deposits with Finance Officer money received in connection with sales of salvage property and arranges for monetary refunds due unscuccessful bidders.

h. Prepare correspondence, memoranda, reports, etc., as required. 2. PROPERTY RECORDS

a. Maintains necessary files and records of surplus and salvage property.
b. In connection with sales of salvage property.

(1) Maintains current mailing lists of prospective bidders.
(2) Plans grouping of items offered for sale into separate lots.
(3) Prepares and mails invitations for bids.

(4) Prepares abstracts of bids received. 3. WAREHOUSING

a. Receives, processes, and stores salvage and surplus property. b. Operates a salvage reclamation area.

c. Checks out and obtains receipt for salvage and surplus property removed from the salvage area as a result of disposal action.

d. Operates depot scales.

Surplus Property Disposal Branch personnel list

Name

Title

Grade

Rate of pay

GS-10.
GS-7.
GS 4..

Per annum

5,625 4, 955 3,575

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Surplus property disposal assistant..
Surplus property disposal clerk (typ-
Surplus property disposal clerk.
Statistical clerk..
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GS 2.
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Kaster, Joseph G
Graves, Uriah E..
Vaughn, Warren J.
Hannan, Walter H
Wood, Madeleine B
Wells, Gladys M.
Burton, Lucie A.
Cook, Ruth L.
James, Mary E
Buchanan, Mary L.
Dalmann, Stella L.
Frederick, Doris M.
Sampson, Sarah W
Shelburne, Ada B
Smith, Hazel R.
Hoppes, Earl R.
Shelton, Theodore A..
Roberson, Gobel A..
Elliott, Frank D
Arnold, Charles M
Austin, Carlos E.
Bare, Earl L.
Bruce, Elmer
Carman, Virgil L.
Childs, Edmond O.
Cole, Lamar D
Cullen, Charlie J
Fetter, Claude E.
Fowler, Francis B.
Hedden, Clifton F
Johnson, Charles E.

Warehouse foreman, bulk
Warehouse lca foreman
Warehouseman
Warehouse lead foreman, bulk.
Forklift operator..

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Warehouseman, bulk

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3,735 2, 950 3, 430 3, 270 2,750 2, 910 2, 750 2, 990 2, 830 2,750 2, 830

2,830 Per hour

$2. 24 2. 29 2. 29 2. 18 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1. 77 1. 86 1. 61 1. 86 1. 86 1.86 1. 86 1. 68

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Surplus Property Disposal Branch personnel list-Continued

Name

Title

Grade

Rate of pay

King, Raymond D.
Lovins, Andrew
Mills, Amial J
Moody, Daniel L.
Overstreet, Thomas A
Reynolds, Joe W
Slaughter, Orlandus L
Temple, Wayne M.
Underwood, William H., Jr.
Watt, Harold E
Williams, Wcodrow W
Wimp, Ulysses G.
Beswick, Harry H.
Graston, James A.
Hill, Charles E
Montgomery, Kenneth C
Mucker, Hubert..
O'Neal, Jr., Raymond L.
Parker, Charles E
Swinney, John W
Van Vactor, Walter J.
Wharton, Clarence
Wilson, Charles R.
Baker, John W
Harris, James W.
Williams, Clarence W
Crayton, Robert
Adams, William L.
Bierly, Alfred L.
Bufford, Samuel J
Connolly, Louis E
Green, Charles W
Hurrle, Edward.
King, Albert
Kuehn, August
McWilliams, Donald E..
Mosely, William L.
Smith, Guy E.
Steward, Harry
Crockett, Robert E.
Deen, Carl O.
Montgomery, Denver M
Stewart, Irvin W
Taylor, Jesse L..

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Forklift operator

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Forklist operator
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Forklift operator
Warehouseman, bulk
Forklift operator
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Forklift operator
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Baling machine operator

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Warehouse tractor operator
Laborer.

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Per hour

$1.77 1.86 1. 77 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1.86 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1. 77 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1. 77 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1. 77 1. 86 1. 86 1. 86 1.82 1.82 1.60 1. 66 1. 43 1. 43 1. 59 1. 66 1. 59 1.66 1. 66 1. 66 1. 59 1.51 1. 43 1. 66 1. 59 1. 43 1. 51 1. 66 1. 59

Major Robert F. Higgins 0–1585617.
Title : Miscellaneous Services Officer, Supervisory Responsibility.
Education : 2 years B/A Degree, Northeastern University, Boston, Mass.
Experience: Wheeled Vehicle Maintenance Officer, 6 years.

Equipment Repair Officer, 1 year.
Asst. Chief Depot Maintenance Operations, 3 years.

Troop Training, 2 years. Major Higgins was assigned to the 45th Q. M. Trk. Bn. for three years as Motor Officer and Company Commander engaged in truck operations on the Ledo and Burma Roads in the China-Burma-India Theatre. Subsequent reassignment to Camp Lee resulted in assignment to troop duty for a period of two years. He then was assigned to Post Motor Officer, Camp Lee, having responsibility for Operations and Maintenance of 531 motor vehicles. He was then assigned to EUCOM, Giessen QM Depot as Assistant Chief, Combined Maintenance Division which encompassed Motor Vehicle Operations and Maintenance, Org. Field and Depot Maintenance of Materials Handling Equipment and the conduct of Utilization and Maintenance Surveys for the European Command. He was then assigned to CONUS, Jeffersonville Quartermaster Depot, Depot Maintenance Division, as Operations Officer for ten months. He was subsequently reassigned within the Depot as Miscellaneous Services Officer with responsibility for the following Service element: Salvage Branch, Motor Pool Branch, Maintenance Branch, Medical Branch, Depot Property Branch (including Storage Service Section), and Machine Reports Branch. While this assignment appears to be diverse and unrelated, the responsibility of the job is primarily coordinating and encompasses, with the exception of Professional skills, the field of Maintenance, Repair and Classification which prior assignments indicated Major Higgins possessed. The importance of the Disposal Program, both Salvage and Excesses, require a major portion of the time being devoted to problems concerning Salvage. The Property Disposal Officer and Major Higgins discuss and determine courses of action pertaining to Sales Activity. Such determinations dictate whether Retail, Negotiated or Sealed Bid type Sales would be for the best interests of the Government. Review of previous sales, current market trends, local conditions and bid responses are used as a guide to determine feasibility of continuing previous approaches. Considerable success has been realized recently in the conduct of Retail Sales. Although this field has been pursued to only a limited degree, the prospects for future sales are encouraging, particularly in the category of furniture, which has had relatively poor response in the past, either through negotiation or Invitation. Warehousing techniques, classification of property, space assignment, personnel utilization and assignments are reviewed jointly to assure efficiency of operations and recommending correction or refinement for those areas indicating such action is necessary. Joseph G. Kaster. Title: Surplus Property Disposal Officer, GS-10. Erperience: JOB CONTROLS. DUTIES, AND CONDITIONS OF WORK CONTINUED

The incumbent was employed at the Louisville Paper Company, Louisville, Kentucky, from September 1928 to September 1940. During this term of employment, duties and responsibilities included all phases of supply work concerned with receiving, shipping, warehousing, inspection, inventory and maintenance of stock records. Also, occasionally assisted the General Superintendent in computation of work orders and cost data.

In the month of September 1940, employment in the Federal Government as a Civil Service employee at the Jeffersonville Quartermaster Depot was begun. Initial employment as a 'Checker was begun with advancement to Storekeeper and then to Clerk. During this employment duties and responsibilities in charge of all receiving and shipping activities were accomplished and supervision of approximately 90 to 120 employees was involved. These operations included placement of both inbound and outbound rail and truck shipments with resultant accomplishment of necessary documentation.

This employment was interrupted due to active military service from 1944 through February 1946 serving as Supply Sergeant. This tour of duty involved responsibility for receipt and issue of all supplies for a Headquarters group with four companies.

l'pon completion of military service and honorable discharge employment at the Jeffersonville Quartermaster Depot was resumed as a Civil Service employee, Grade CAF-5, being responsible for all requisitioning, issuance, and inventory of all operating supplies and equipment used at the Depot.

During December 1948 assignment was made to Salvage Branch as Storekeeper, CAF-6, with responsibility for all warehousing operations of the Branch. Promotion to Chief of Salvage Branch was made in February 1949. Education:

The Property Disposal Officer graduated from grade school (1-8 Grade) receiving a four year scholarship to High School. This scholarship could not be effected due to illness and conditions at home which necessitated immediate employment. After obtaining employment, enrollment in the Clark Business School, Louisville, Kentucky, was made and study at night school was continued in General Office Procedure for a period of 34 years. In addition to the Clark Business School course, an additional correspondence course in Storekeeping was completed from the Franklin Correspondence School. During the tenure of the incumbent in the military service an 8-week course in the Clerks' School was satisfactorily completed.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

JOB DESCRIPTION
REVISED DESCRIPTION

15 Cys.

FIELD SERVICE 1. INSTALLATION

2. JOB NO. Jofforsonville Quartermaster Depot

1812 3. TITLE

4. PAY CATEGORY 5. OCC. CODE 6. GRADE Surplus Property officer

class. Act GS-2080 10 7. EVALUATION APPROVAL

Grade and title of this job have been hzod in accordance with Department of the Army

R. R. Walker

6-22-53 official policy and grado levol standarda

(SIGNATURE

(DATE) 8. CITATION TO APPLICABLE STANDARD AND ITS DATE OF ISSUANCE CSC Class.Pos.Stds. for Realty Asst.GS-1172-9,

(Nov, '49) and by reference to job of Chief, Shops Supply GS-10,in DONG Guide for Evai, 9. JOB CONTROLS. DUTIES AND CONDITIONS OF WORK Andicato percent of time for each duty, whore pertinent) of Key Jobs, Engr.Depot blaint.Div.,

dated 10-13-49.

JOB CONTROLS

Receives administrative direction from Chief, Miscellaneous Services Office, who
reviews the salvago operation for conformance with policies and program aims,
and who is available for advice on salvage matters having a public relations or
policy aspect
Follows procedures and tochnical manuals which govern disposal of surplus and
salvage material, procedures covering intra-depot handling of such property, and
special regulations and directives issued by OQUG and 5th Army.
Other controls include prior approval by OQMG and 5th Army of certain awards
to buyers of salvage and surplus material.

MAJOR DUTIES

Is in charge of disposing of surplus property excess to military needs, and of
scrap material generated through manufacturing, reclamation and classification
processes. Disposes of such naterial through public sale by sealed bid proce-
dures, through spot-negotiated public sale, through donation to educational
institutions, through transfer to other Federal agencies, and through return to
Army usage. Indicative of the scope of the program is the fact that approxi.
mately 20,000 to 30,000 different line items are received and disposed of in
the course of a year, that between 10,000 to 15,000 tons of scrap materials and
surplus property are sold annually through weekly sales in which as many as
150-200 bidders participates. Cash receipts from such sales (all types) appro-
ximate $700,000 annually, with a known or estimated acquisition value of such
property of $6,000,000 to $8,000,000. In addition to the foregoing, surplus
itens estimated as originally costing upwards of $3,000,000 are donated annually
to educational institutions. Is authorized to sign documents as the approving
official at this installation where Salvage transactions are concerned. Is
also the Accountable Officer for all surplus property and materials, and is

bonded in the amount of $5,000.
1. Supervises activities of Branch: Supervises a group of 40 to 50 manual and

clerical employers who receive incoming deliveries of excess property and scrap
material, segregate and lot it as directed, pack, crate, and bale some items
for shipment, ship property to successful bidders or other recipients, and per-
form such office operations as making up advertisements of sales, circularizing
prospective bidders, abstracting bids, collecting deposits, maintaining property
records, etc. Supervises the developing of internal operating procedures and
helps in proparing those covering inter-organization handling of excess and
salvage property. Instructs subordinates as to clerical procedures, warehousing,
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DA 1 NOV 48

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Job No. 1812 (Rov.) preservation of proporty, lotting for sale, and sogrogation of inooming itoms. Spot chocks their work and answers quostions of koy subordinatos on general and specific matters. Conducts regular inspections of tho sanitary fill, dump area, incinerator, or such other places whero wasto natorials may acoumlato, for tho purpose of detecting impropor segregation and directs corrective action as roquired. Allocatos permanontly as signed storage space, consisting of approximately 50,000 square feet of inside warehouso spaco, and 190,000 square feet of open storage aroa, taking into consideration requirements for the safeguarding and proservation of proporty and materials of frequently changing character. Also assumes rosponsibility for the storage and preservation of property awaiting disposal as gurplus material, and located in 25,000 square foot of open storage space belonging to othor Dopot organizations. Instructs porsonnel as to general storago plan to be followed. Evaluatos performance, ostablisho performanco standards, and makos recommendations rogarding promotions, reassignmonts, separations, training noods, disciplinary actions, and position classification changes.

2. Plans and conducts property disposal sales: Personally determines who thor in

coning material should be classified as scrap, or should be advertised by its unit identity. Bases docision on laowlodge of markot domands and probability of bidder interest, and on method which is calculatod to produce groatost recovery value. Dotormines how material should be lotted, and decides whether cost of segregating mixed lots can be justifiod by probable increase in recovery value. Determinos size in which lots should be offered, taking into considera. tion the possibility of stimulating greater buyer interost by breaking large quantities into smaller offorings. Familiarizos self with the general condition of material to be offered for sale, and approximate make-up of lots which aro máxod in kind or condition of items, so as to answer inquiries of prospootivo bidders. Dotermines when quantities on hand aro sufficient to justify a solo, and has listing prepared which describes the itoms, quantity in which offorod, etc.

ORGANIZATIONAL LOCATION,

10. CERTIFICATION (Soo Continuation Shoot) Miscellaneous Services orfico, Salvago, Branch

I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS STATEMENT ACCURATELY AND COMPLETELY DESCRIBES WORK PERFORMED IN ONE OR MORE POSITIONS IN THE ABOVE

ORGANIZATION SEGMENT:

(SIGNATURE OF ANALYST)

(SIGNATURE OF APPROVING SUPERVISOR)

11. REAUDIT CERTIFICATION

DATE

SUPERVISOR'S
APPROVAL

ANALYSTS
APPROVAL

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