The Leidos Property Accountability Department has the primary responsibility
for all matters relating to personal property management support for the NCI at Frederick Development Center. This program encompasses a wide range of
functions such as accountability, inventory management, property disposal, surplus,
and property sales, as well as acquiring accountable property from other institutes
and agencies. Responsibility for inter-contractor and intra-contractor transfers,
verification of loans of government-owned equipment, and reconciliation of accountability
records also resides within this department. All Government-owned property is adequately
protected, maintained, utilized, and accounted for as delineated by the current
DHHS publication, Contractors Guide for Control of Government Property (Supervisor,
Steve Koogle extension 5822).
The Property Accountability Department Inter-Area
Transfer Form (Short Form) is used for relocation of equipment that is charged
against the same center number. If items are being moved from one building to another
or going to Meadows for storage, but remain on the same center number, you may use
this form. The Request for Property Transfer Form
is used to transfer, relocate or surplus items. The information on this form is
used to efficiently process equipment into surplus or transfer status. Your neatness
and accuracy will make the process run smoother and complete your transfer quickly.
You may contact property at extension 1156, FAX at 301-846-6080 for additional information
on this procedure.
There are two (2) ways to remove equipment from the facility: The
Loan Document (not to exceed (1) year and a Property Pass (30 days or less).
Without complete and correct information, loan documents will be returned for resubmittal.
You may contact Kurt Zimmerman
at extension 7096, FAX at 301-846-6080 for additional information on this procedure.
Credit Card Purchases
Notification to Property -
Sensitive Items is used for purchases of sensitive property. At the top of
this form is a listing of items classified as sensitive which must be decaled. If
you have purchased any of this equipment, please fill-in the bottom half and mail
to Property Accountability Department. Any questions on this procedure can be answered
by Quentin Jackson at extension 7090,
FAX at 301-846-6080.
Available Computer Equipment
The Computer Services Helpdesk is the primary contact for reissuance of all computer-related equipment.
The Helpdesk can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-846-5115.
GSA / Surplus
Brad Staup is the primary contact for items in the re-utilization warehouse (surplus)
and in Government Services Administration (GSA) matters. While anyone in the Property
Accountability Department can assist with surplus needs, Brad is the individual
working most closely with the flow of items into and out of surplus. He is the main
contact person for GSA related transactions including; Sales, Transfers, Donations,
and Scrap Orders. Brad Staup may be
reached at extension 7095, FAX 301-846-6080.
Items classified as sensitive regardless of cost, require a Property Decal.
Purchases of these items are handled through the Purchase Requis i tion process
or the Purchase Card if cost does not exceed card limit.