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PROPERTY CONTROL

U.S. GOVERNMENT PROPERTY


Property Control monitors U. S. Government property according to OMB Circular A-110, Subpart C at Circular No. A-110 -- Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Agreements With Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-Profit Organizations and Section 9.19, Subpart F of the WSU Policy and Procedures Manual.

Procedures

Identification. Property Control assigns a property number and affixes a red and white "U.S. Government Property" property tag to each piece of U. S. Government provided property or property procured or produced by federal grant award funds, with a unit cost of $5,000 or more, when the title to the property will remain with the U.S. Government after the grant ends.

Property Record. Property Control creates and maintains a U.S. Government property record.

Inventory. Property Control conducts a physical inventory and reconcilement at least every two (2) years.

Property Disposal. Property Control records the disposal of U.S. Government property in accordance with federal entity disposition instructions provided by the WSU Office of Research Administration.