Foreign Excess Personal Property Tiered Transfer Authority (TTA)
The TTA is a means for the transfer of foreign excess personal property that is not accomplished in conjunction with the transfer of one of the 417 authorized bases.
(196) Units may transfer TTA foreign excess personal property to the ISF, other GOI ministries, or any other governmental entity at the federal, provincial, or local level.
military unit that is accountable for the foreign excess personal property must conduct a joint inventory with the gaining ISF unit commander, GOI representative, or other approved entity no later than the date of the return of the base or on the date of a TTA transfer.
In accordance with its authority in title 40, DoD authorized transfers of foreign excess personal property to the ISF, other Iraqi ministries, and in some cases, other federal, provincial, and local entities.
Transferring foreign excess personal property and defense articles to Iraq furthers both of these policy goals.
SUBJECT: Authorization to Transfer Foreign Excess Personal Property (FEPP) to the Government of Iraq with
Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, Logistics and Materiel Readiness (DUSD L&MR), MNF-I Foreign Excess Personal Property Delegation Memoranda (Jun 08; Nov 08; Jul 09; and Oct 09)
Jackson Bell, Deputy Under Sec'y of Def' for Logistics and Materiel Readiness, to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff et al., subject: Increase in Donation Threshold for Foreign Excess Personal Property (FEPP) in Iraq 1 (Oct.
(153) Bell Memo June 2008, supra note 13, at 1 (providing that in June 2008, DUSD (L&MR) determined that substantial benefits to DoD existed to allow for transfer of foreign excess personal property, vice donation).
for Logistics and Materiel Readiness, to Commanding General, Multi-National Force-Iraq, subject: Authority to Transfer Foreign Excess Personal Property in Iraq 1 (Oct.
for Logistics and Material Readiness, subject: Foreign Excess Personal Property (FEPP) Screening Procedures in Iraq 2 (Oct.