FOREST SERVICE MANUAL
TITLE 6400 - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Mt. Hood Supplement No. 6400-99-1
Effective September 07, 1999
POSTING NOTICE: Supplements are numbered consecutively by manual number and
calendar year. Post by document name. Remove entire document and replace with this
supplement. Retain this transmittal as the first page of this document. The last MH
Supplement to this Manual was Supplement No. 49 September 1998 to 6445 thru 6445--
Document Name (Number of Pages)
6414.33 3 3
Changes accountability level of sensitive property and additions to the sensitive property
listing re: 6414.33--19.
GARY L. LARSEN
FSM 6400 - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
MH SUPPLEMENT 6400-99-1
6414 - CONTROLS
6414.3 - Recording Accountable Personal Property.
6414.33 - Accountability for Property Denoting Official Authority, Negotiable Property,
and Property of a Personal Character.
7. Gasoline, Oil and Grease Records. Gas and oil issue sheets (6400-11,
8/67) are to be collected on the 20th of each month and forwarded to HQ by the 28th of
the current month.
19. Property of a Sensitive Nature. The following items shall be accounted
for on the PMIS System. These items should be budget object coded "3141" on all
procurement documents, and they will be picked up on the PMIS feeder system. Forest
Property Management Officers may add other articles to meet local requirements.
c. On the Mt. Hood National Forest, we will comply with the WO
Supplement 6409.31-91-1, dated 1/28/91, sensitive property accountable in PMIS/PROP
includes items regardless of cost:
Items whose original acquisition cost is between $500 and $4999.99:
Audio/Visual equipment including VCR's, Camcorders,
Projectors, and Televisions, etc.
Cameras and accessories
Computers and accessories including Modems, Disk drives,
and so forth, but excluding dumb terminals.
Timberline Lodge Historic Property
Do not code anything else to sensitive without Property Management Officer's approval.
6414.4 - Identification of Property.
2a. Expendable Fire Tools and Equipment. Stamp the letters "FS" on the metal
parts of all tools. Correct placement is as follows:
(1) Shovels - inside right corner.
(2) Polaskis - right side, middle of eye.
(3) Saws - right side, close to handle, near the top.
In stamping tools not listed above, the letters will be placed on the upper right side when
tool is in its principal position of use.
When any equipment is to be sold, transferred as excess property to other than
Forest Service or otherwise disposed of except by demolishing, markings must be