GOVERNMENT PROPERTY

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*Government property accountability personnel will identify and provide any previously unidentified unique item identifiers (UII) to the contracting officer, as well as acknowledge receipt of GP by the contractor. They will also be able to transfer GP to the contractor through the Wide Area Workflow (WAWF), and monitor WAWF for other property transactions. WAWF is a system you will learn more about in Lesson 2.
* During this phase, Government property accountability personnel will identify and provide any previously unidentified unique item identifiers (UII) to the contracting officer, as well as acknowledge receipt of GP by the contractor. They will also be able to transfer GP to the contractor through the Wide Area Workflow (WAWF), and monitor WAWF for other property transactions. WAWF is a system you will learn more about in Lesson 2.
*The Government and the contractor have distinct responsibilities during this phase. The Government must maintain accountable records of the equipment furnished to a contractor. FAR 52.245-1 requires contractors to protect the GP from loss, damage, destruction or theft, and when required, to make the GP available. This includes a requirement to maintain property systems and records and to maintain the equipment in their possession. Lesson 3 of this course will discuss property records and management systems in greater detail. Contractors may use, move, store, and consume GP only on authorized contracts, which could include rental usage (see FAR 52.245-9).
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