126.96.36.199 Contaminated chemicals will be referred back to the
DOE program office for appropriate action.
4.4.3 Holding Hazardous Property Chemicals - Excess or surplus
hazardous property chemicals shall be stored compatibly and not
with non-hazardous property chemicals while awaiting
4.4.4 High Risk Property - Export Controlled Property
188.8.131.52 DOE or the DOE contractor must obtain the necessary
export license when chemicals subject to export controls
are to be exported directly.
184.108.40.206 When chemicals subject to export controls are transferred
under work-for-others agreements, co-operative
agreements, or technical programs, the recipients will be
informed in writing about export control restrictions that
must be followed in the event of a change in custody of
4.4.5 High Risk Property - Nuclear-related or Proliferation-sensitive
220.127.116.11 All nuclear-related and proliferation-sensitive personal
property (see definition) shall be physically tagged with a
certification from an authorized DOE program official at
the time of excess determination.
18.104.22.168 Excess nuclear-related and proliferation-sensitive
personal property shall be stripped of all of its distinctive
characteristics, as determined by the cognizant program
office, prior to disposition. To the extent practicable,
such action shall be accomplished without compromising
any civilian utility or commercial value of the chemical.
4.5 Donation of Surplus Hazardous Materials to Public Agencies (see
definition) via State Agencies for Surplus Property (SASPs) (see
definition) - DOE contracting officers shall maintain a record of the
number of certified non-Federal agency screeners operating under their
authority and shall immediately notify the appropriate GSA regional
office of any changes in screening arrangements.
4.5.1 Donation of Hazardous Materials and Certain Categories of
Property (General) - The Director, Office of Administrative
Services and heads of DOE field organizations shall provide the
safeguards, notifications, and certifications required for the
donation of hazardous materials consistent with the requirements
in 41CFR109-42.11 and 41CFR101-42.