STANDARD FORMS USED IN CHEMICAL DISPOSITION:
Standard Form 120 or SF 120, "Report of Excess Personal Property" submitted by the holding agency
(i.e., DOE) to the GSA at the end of internal DOE screening to report excess chemicals that are available
for federal screening. If DOE plans to conduct a sale after donation screening, it should so inform GSA at
this time. [NOTE: Do not report extremely hazardous property on SF 120 unless so directed by a GSA
Regional office or GSA Central office. Do not screen within DOE or report to the GSA any Nuclear-
related and Proliferation-sensitive property.]
Standard Form 122 or SF 122, "Transfer Order Excess Personal Property" used for the transfer of
excess chemicals among Federal agencies, including the DOE. Prepared by the transferee (i.e., receiving
agency) and approved by the GSA regional office (responsible for the region where the property is
Standard Form 123 or SF 123, "Transfer Order Surplus Personal Property" used for the donation of
surplus chemicals to a non-Federal recipient (e.g., a State agency for Surplus Property (SASP) or Donee).
Prepared by the SASP or donee when applicable and submitted to the GSA regional office (responsible
for the region where the property is located) for approval.
Standard Form 126 or SF 126, "Report of Personal Property for Sale and Certification" used for
reporting hazardous materials that are not required to be reported on SF 120 for utilization screening, and
for which any required donation screening has been completed. Prepared by the owning DOE
organization and submitted to the GSA regional office for sale.