PART XII.  INVENTORY MANAGEMENT; STATE AND COUNTY PROPERTY

 

Terms Used In Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-1201

  • county: includes the city and county of Honolulu. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 1-22
  • Goods: means all property, including but not limited to equipment, equipment leases, materials, supplies, printing, insurance, and processes, including computer systems and software, excluding land or a permanent interest in land, leases of real property, and office rentals. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-104
  • Nonexpendable property: means all property having a unit cost and useful life which is set by rules adopted by the policy board. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-1201
  • Policy board: means the procurement policy board created in section 103D-201. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-104
  • Procurement: means buying, purchasing, renting, leasing, or otherwise acquiring any good, service, or construction. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-104
  • Procurement officer: means any person authorized to enter into and administer contracts and make written determinations with respect thereto. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-104
  • Property: means all goods, including equipment, materials, supplies, land, buildings, and other improvements to the land, also non-tangible items such as patents, inventions, and copyrights. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-1201
  • Using agency: means any governmental body which utilizes any goods, services, or construction procured under this chapter. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 103D-104

      103D-1201  Definitions.  As used in this part, unless the context clearly requires otherwise:

     “Administrator of the state procurement office” means the chief procurement officer for the governmental bodies of the executive branch of the State, other than the University of Hawaii, department of education, the several counties, and those governmental bodies administratively attached thereto.

     “Excess property” means any property which has a remaining useful life but which is no longer required by the using agency in possession of the property.

     “Expendable property” means all property other than nonexpendable property.

     “Nonexpendable property” means all property having a unit cost and useful life which is set by rules adopted by the policy board.

     “Property” means all goods, including equipment, materials, supplies, land, buildings, and other improvements to the land, also non-tangible items such as patents, inventions, and copyrights.

     “Surplus property” means any property that no longer has any use to the State.  “Surplus property” includes obsolete, scrap, and nonexpendable property that has completed its useful life cycle.