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Computers for Learning - Enhanced Educational Opportunities (05-16-00099)
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Pages: 7
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Publication Number: 05-16-00099

Replaces: Computers for Learning - Enhanced Educational Opportinities (05-11-00397)

Description:
The GSA Computers for Learning (CFL) program places increases children's access to technology by placing computers in classrooms, which prepares children to contribute and compete in the 21st century. The CFL program allows government agencies to transfer excess computer equipment to schools and educational nonprofit organizations, giving special consideration to those with the greatest need. The brochure describes the program, eligibility requirements, registration for authorized recipients, selecting computer equipment, accept the transfer, reponsible disposal, and frequently asked questions.

 


Target Audience: Military, State and Local.
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Cooperative Purchasing Program (5-16-00165)
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Pages: 2
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Publication Number: 05-16-00165

Replaces: State and Local Cooperative Purchasing Program Slipsheet (05-15-00030)

Description:
GSA's Cooperative Puchasing Program is designed as a resource for state and local governments to take advantage of the purchasing power of the Federal Government to get what they need...for less. This informative sheet details the features and benefits of the program, and details what products and services are available via ITS Schedule 70, Multiple Award Schedule 84 and various blanket purchase agreements. Download this PDF to find out how state and local governments can buy smarter and more efficiently with the Cooperative Purchasing Program.


Target Audience: Internal, State and Local.
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Guide to the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program (05-16-00098)
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Pages: 10
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Publication Number: 05-16-00098

Replaces: Guide to the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program (05-12-00533)

Description:
The Guide to the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program brochure describes how certain non-federal organizations authorized by law are eligible to acquire surplus personal property from the federal government. Surplus personal property is free of charge, with the donee paying only shipping and related costs. This brochure includes information about the program, eligible organizations, finding and obtaining surplus property, costs, and donee restrictions.


Target Audience: Nonprofit, State and Local.
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State and Local Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program Slipsheet (PPM)
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Publication Number: 05-20-01149

Replaces: State and Local Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program Slipsheet (05-17-00206)

Description:
The federal government purchases literally millions of products, supplies, equipment, and vehicles, every year to assist government agencies in doing their jobs. Given the sheer bulk of the purchasing, a large surplus is inevitable. This surplus is managed by GSA through the Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program.

When certain items are no longer required by the federal government, the items are declared surplus by GSA and made available for transfer to State Agencies for Surplus Property (SASPs). In accordance with the law, SASPs have been established by each state to distribute Federal Surplus Property to eligible state and local governments and nonprofit recipients called donees.

To learn more about GSAs Federal Surplus Personal Property Donation Program, visit www.gsa.gov/propertydonations.


Target Audience: State and Local.
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