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that the date of actual release to the holding agency is, in fact, the final action on that particular declaration.

I trust this information provides your committee with the data requested, but if any additional details are desired we shall be very glad to supply them. Sincerely,

ROBERT B. BRADFORD,

Regional Director.

List of excess property declarations of $50,000 or over, acquisition cost, received from Sharpe General Depot, Stockton, Calif., period Feb. 1, 1953, to Oct. 31, 1953

GSA File No.

Date prepared

Date received Amount by holding Internal by GSA, agency

region 9

Date released Internal

to holding agency for disposal

10645. 10971. 11196. 11197 11711. 12130. 12432 12525. 12533. 12709 12712 13128 13133. 13206. 13207 13208 13209 13221 13761. 13763 13804 13806 14322 15720. 16831. 15833 16983. 16191. 16362 16622 16823 16840. 17218. 17416.

$72, 842 July 30, 1952
112, 347

Oct. 3, 1952
75, 643 Oct. 14, 1952
64, 190 do...
175, 965 Nov. 14, 1952
124, 977

Dec. 5, 1952
78, 041 Mar. 5, 1952
52, 972

Dec. 19, 1952 113, 852

Aug. 29, 1952 53, 512 Dec. 18, 1952 61, 781

Dec. 19, 1952 124, 741 Dec. 16, 1952

59,000 Dec. 19, 1952 237, 654 Aug. 11, 1952

51, 069 Aug. 13, 1952 207, 403 Aug. 12, 1952

96, 202 Aug. 13, 1952 120, 027

6, 1953 291, 481 Aug. 11, 1952 88, 887

Dec. 4, 1952 139, 195

Dec. 19, 1952
82, 288 Dec. 24, 1962
242, 604 Mar. 13, 1953
54, 250 Sept. 10, 1952
95, 501 Dec. 17, 1952
98,871 Dec. 19, 1952
76, 408 May 21, 1963
109, 790 May 19, 1953
110, 263 May 29, 1953
216, 316 June 4, 1953
69, 863

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62, 500 June 22, 1963
89, 873 June 4, 1953
101, 156 July 10, 1963

Days
222 Feb. 5, 1953
126 Feb. 6, 1953
126 Feb. 17, 1953
126 do
112 Mar. 6, 1953
116 Mar. 31, 1953
404 Apr. 13, 1953
115 do.
227 do.
116 do..
115 do
132

Apr. 27, 1953
129 do.
263 May 1, 1953
264 May 4, 1953
262 May 1, 1953
261 do
115 do
277

May 15, 1953
162 do.
150 | May 18, 1963
145 do.

98 June 9, 1953
352 Aug. 28, 1963
257 Aug. 31, 1953
256 do..
103 Sept. 1, 1953
125 Sept. 21, 1963
122 Sept. 28, 1953
126 Oct.

8, 1953
126 do.
119 Oct. 19, 1963
144 Oct. 26, 1953
110 Oct. 28, 1953

Days

117 June 2, 1953 124 June 10, 1953 181 Aug. 17, 1953 240 Oct. 15, 1953 210 Sept. 15, 1953 81 May 26, 1953 73 June 12, 1953 99 July 21, 1953 86 July 8, 1953 101 July 23, 1953

63 June 15, 1953 101 July 23, 1953 155 Sept. 29, 1953 52 June 18, 1953 59 June 29, 1953 80 July 23, 1953 77 July, 17, 1953

Do. 103 Aug. 12, 1953 112 Sept. 4, 1953 67 July 21, 1953

(1) 99 Aug. 25, 1953 112 Sept. 29, 1953

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data presented does not indicate time consumed in processing excess property declare. tions through the General Services Administration's main office in Washington, D. C.

Mr. BALWAN. What other reasons might account for the increase of the amount of excess property on hand ?

Captain DEGARMO. I would say that another reason would be the increase in pressure to expedite action. We have had pressure to get rid of surplus property.

Colonel Cook. We have noticed in the last 90 days increased clearances to the disposal officer. This tremendous amount of receipts would point to what the Engineer Supply Section and I have noticed, much faster handling.

Mr. BARRON. These charts reveal only the work of the surplus property disposal officer. There is no technical service distinction.

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MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING DIVISION

REMARKS

DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY

Sales have been the predominant means of disposal of property in the Salvage Branch. The depot is favorably located in an agricultural area having need for the type of equipment processed. Proximity to a seaport permits shipping by water to other continental markets. Location near four metropolitan areas is another major advantage.

Donations under the provisions of existing laws to school and charitable agencies have been relatively heavy in the last two quarters.

Transfer of property back into service and Federal agency use has been relatively light, although increasing in recent quarters.

Oontinual reviews of procedures and installation of improved invitation to bid and contract handling have reduced the average length of time for disposal by sale to 60 days.

Sale

Donation

Transfer

Ton:

Fiscal year 1963:

1st quarter.. 2d quarter. 8d quarter.

4th quarter Fiscal year 1964: 18t quarter.

Tono

1,066
1, 177

606
2, 106
2,127

Tons

29 15 11 950 286

13 139 134 127

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SHARPE GENERAL DEPOT EXHIBIT No. 4B

SALVAGE BRANCA, SHARPE ARMY GENERAL DEPOT General data on surplus and sec. 201 (c) replacement property, fiscal year 1953 and first 4 months of fiscal year 1954

Tons

105
416
584
173
421
610
364
180
210

798

570

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August
September
October
November

December
1953-January

February
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April
May.
June
July
August
September
October

Tons

454
179
262
434
263
688
532

128
1, 251
1, 139

837
1, 147
2, 235
1, 100
2, 295
2, 253

Tons

327
1,389
1, 473

528
1, 195

143

47
107
65
88
100

42
115
200
690
345
495
275
340
415
575

Tons 1,618 1,380 1, 058 1,319 1, 161 1, 239 1, 406 1, 354 2,395 3, 207 2,655 2, 329 3, 766 4, 338 5, 438 7, 123

$14, 496
25, 398
30, 544
27, 266

2, 073
21,321

8, 917
39, 137
26, 871
344, 984

22, 178
116, 866

47, 275
380, 843
1, 017, 570

233, 990

2, 659 2,651 2, 413 2, 640 1, 958 2, 512 2, 577 2,504 2, 866 2, 972 3, 136 3, 505 3, 515 3, 496 4, 407 3, 884

$4, 288 4, 142 3, 762 4, 231 3, 145 3, 992 4,326 4,049 4, 950 3, 324 5, 441 6,083 6, 253 6, 147 7,622 6,943

$4,532 4, 627 4, 225 4, 660 3, 534 4, 289 4, 674 4, 299 4,993 5, 372 5, 491 6, 170 6, 329 6,283 7, 670 7, 319

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13, 157
20, 913
8, 229
3, 653
1,839
3, 229
8,134
7,337
5, 891
34, 711
63, 523
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Captain DEGARMO. This chart shows disposal of property; the shaded area is disposed of by sales, diagonal lines show disposal by donation and dotted lines by transfer to other Departments of Defense agencies.

Mr. Balwan. What is the acquisition value of the amount donated to Government agencies?

Captain DEGARMO. I do not have that figure available.

Mr. RIEHLMAN. Since property transferred to Government agencies is probably the cream of the crop, and probably more valuable than the property disposed of through all sales, I would like to have a report on the acquisition value of this material donated.

Captain DEGarmo. The donation program is to the Boy Scouts and public schools that are Federal supported. The large tonnage has been going to schools in west-coast States.

Mr. Balwan. Could we ask your disposal assistant why the high amount of property was donated in the fourth quarter?

Captain DEGARMO. Mr. Ivie, could you throw any light on why that large amount of material shipped in the fourth quarter was donated?

Mr. Ivie. The primary reason is that we just recently inaugurated an arrangement with the school authorities in Sacramento. Because of our shortage of personnel we were not previously able to accomplish shipping documents to maintain an even flow of donable property. We asked the school authorities in Sacramento if they would give us a hand and write, from the lists that came in from General Services Administration, shipping documents for all materials set

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