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Disposal of Government Property
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4/2/2018 to 4/4/2018
When: 4/2-4/4
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Holiday Inn Rosslyn
1900 Fort Myer Dr
Arlington, Virginia  22209
United States
Presenter: Cheri Cross, CPPM, CF and Pam Coric

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This Class Awards 24 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) 


Member Rate: $1,000.00

Non-Member Rate: $1,140.00

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Disposal of property and materials is a significant issue with all companies and government agencies.  No one wants to dedicate resources to dispose of property that is no longer needed by the organization.  Additionally, in recent years, laws and regulations governing the disposition of property and materials have increased and changed significantly.  Therefore, property disposal personnel must be extremely efficient in their efforts to excess unneeded property and materials - both to reduce costs and to comply with laws and regulations.  This class covers all aspects of property disposal, including regulations and methods to use for donations, excessing and disposal.


Topic Overview:

  • Disposal Laws and Regulations
  • Excess Property Identification and Evaluation Techniques
  • Items Requiring Special Handling
  • Reutilization and Screening
  • Donations and Transfers
  • Trade-Ins and Exchange Sale
  • Property Valuation
  • Property Sales

Core Benefits:

After successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Understand what regulations currently exist for excessing and disposing of personal property.
  • Understand GSA requirements for screening, donations and transfers.
  • Set-up an effective reutilization and screening program.
  • Understand the importance of controlling and tracking trade-ins and exchange sale items.



Cheri Cross is the Property Manager at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) which is operated by UT-Battelle, LLC for the Department of Energy. For the past two years, Cheri has been serving as a delegate from the USA in the development of the ISO Asset Management Systems Standard. She is a Certified Personal Property Manager and an NPMA Consulting Fellow. In her 34 years of service at ORNL, 22 have been devoted to the improvement of Property Management. Her accomplishments include the Jack Griffiths Property Person of the Year Award, Eastern Region Property Person of the Year Award, and multiple literary awards. She is currently serving as the NPMA National Director of Special Interest Groups, and on the NPMA Executive Board as the Immediate Past President. Cheri has a B. S. in Accounting from the University of Tennessee, graduating Summa Cum Laude as the “Top Graduate” from the College of Business.

Pam Coric is a Property Manager and Purchasing Agent for AECOM Management Services. She is certified as a CPPM and has been a member of NPMA for 18 years. She has presented classes on Computers for Learning at the National Education Seminar and served as President and Vice President, Treasurer and National Delegate in her local chapters. Pam has twenty years of experience in Government Property on Department of Defense (DoD) projects. In addition, Pam has also worked on Department of Energy projects, various Nuclear Power Plants and for Walt Disney World.


Hotel Information:

Holiday Inn Rosslyn

1900 Fort Myer Dr

Arlington, VA 22209



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