Due to concerns about bioterrorism and the potential for anthrax attacks, the GAO was asked to audit controls over public sales of excess DoD biol'l. equip. (BE) and chem. and biological protective clothing (CBPC) that could be used to produce and disseminate biol'l. warfare agents (BWA). GAO found that many items needed to establish a lab for making BWA were being sold on the Internet to the public from DoD's excess property inventory for pennies on the dollar, making them both easy and economical to obtain. It determined: the extent to which DoD is selling BE and CBPC that can be used to make and disseminate BWA; and whether existing Fed. regulations and guidance in DoD policies and procedures address the risk of public sales of these items. BaW photos.6 the Export Administration Act of 1979, as amended (50 U.S.C. App. 2401 et seq .) ... 2135, November 25, 2002), and federal regulations, including the Federal Property Management Regulations and the Federal Management Regulation ( Titleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dod Excess Property|
|Author||:||Gregory D. Kutz, Keith A. Rhodes, Robert J. Cramer|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2004-01-01|