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All property in DRMOs is transferred on a first-come, first-served basis. DRMOs follow instructions regarding the issuance of property; they do not influence the approval or cancellation process. Excess property received by a DRMO is available for screening by Federal agencies and participants in the 1033 Program for 14 days; this period is followed by another 21-day "donation screening period," during which surviving property is made available to State Agencies for Surplus Property (SASP).
There is no stated or implied warranty on any item transferred or any assurance that it will perform as expected in a law enforcement application.
There are four participants in the routine process for the transfer of Defense equipment under the 1033 Program. (Aircraft, weapons, and armored vehicles are treated differently). The four participants are listed below

* State or local law enforcement agency requesting the property.
* Ohio LESO.
* Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) LESO.
* DRMO where the requested item is located.


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