§ 39.28  SUPPLY MANAGEMENT.
   (A)   Central warehousing.
      (1)   There is hereby appropriated out of any money in the City Treasury an intragovernmental service fund which shall be known as the Storerooms Revolving Fund.
      (2)   The Chief Procurement Officer shall control and supervise storerooms and warehouses, and shall administer the Storerooms Revolving Fund.
   (B)   Inspection and testing. The Chief Procurement Officer shall develop and enforce procedures to ensure that deliveries of supplies or contractual services are inspected to determine their conformance with the specifications set forth in the order or contract.
   (C)   Surplus stock. All using agencies shall submit to the Chief Procurement Officer, at times and in form as he or she shall prescribe, reports showing stocks of all supplies which are no longer used or which have become obsolete, worn out, or scrapped.
      (1)   The Chief Procurement Officer shall have the authority to transfer surplus stock to other agencies.
      (2)   Subject to any restrictions placed by the original funding agency, the Chief Procurement Officer shall have the authority to sell all supplies, by sealed bid or auction, as hereinabove provided, which have become unsuitable for public use, or to exchange the same for, or trade in the same on, new supplies, or to sell the same to another political subdivision of the state at a price acceptable to both parties.
      (3)   Sales under this section shall be made to the highest responsible bidder.
      (4)   Donations.
         (a)   For items governed by this section which have an aggregate value of less than $10,000, the Chief Procurement Officer, upon approval by the City Manager, may donate the same to another government entity or nonprofit organization, providing that it is determined that the donation is in the best interest of and contributes to the general welfare of the citizens of the city.
         (b)   For items governed by this section which have an aggregate value over $10,000, the City Council, by resolution, may make a donation, providing that the City Manager determines in writing that the donation is in the best interest of and contributes to the general welfare of the citizens of the city.
   (D)   Disposal of real property.  The Chief Procurement Officer shall be responsible for the sale/disposition of real property in accordance with A.R.S. §§ 9-401, et seq.
('76 Code, § 3-8-8) (Ord. 903, passed 7-23-92; Am. Ord. 1005, passed 3-28-96; Am. Ord. 2008-012, passed  6-12-08; Am. Ord. 2016-008, passed 12-8-16)