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114.

Property Management Definitions

Accountability: The responsibility for personal property control and records maintenance according to a prescribed, adaptable system.

Accountable Officer: The principal individual in the Executive Office for United States Attorneys and United States Attorneys' Offices who is responsible for the accountability and control of personal property. The United States Attorney is the Accountable Officer in his/her district.

Property Custodian: An individual responsible for the immediate physical custody of all property under his/her control and for providing documentation as required on all actions affecting the property within his/her jurisdiction. The Administrative Officer is the Property Custodian in his/her district, except for property assigned to a Violent Crime Task Force (VCTF).

A VCTF shall assign a qualified individual from their task force as their Property Custodian who will be held responsible for the immediate physical custody of all property under his/her control, inventory of the property, and for providing documentation as required on all actions affecting the property within his/her jurisdiction.

Property Management Officer: The individual responsible for the overall administration, coordination, liaison activities and coordinator of the property management program within the Executive Office and all United States Attorneys' Offices. The PMO is the Assistant Director, Facilities Management and Support Services Staff in the Executive Office for United States Attorneys.

[cited in USAM 3-13.200]