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Reason - Guide Federal offices in the utilization of photos when reporting overabundance ... Result Plan to give photos or computerized pictures of abundance property, which ...
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Thank You for Invitng Us!

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words!

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SUBMITTING PICTURES TO GSAXCESS® DESIRED PICTURES BEFORE TAKING THE PICTURE TAKING THE PICTURE NAMING THE PICTURE FILE WAYS TO SUBMIT PICTURES UPLOADING PICTURES ON-LINE VIEWING UPLOADED PICTURES QUESTIONS

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DESIRED PICTURES - GSA BULLETIN FMR B-14 UTILIZATION AND DISPOSAL - 12/1/2006 Purpose - Guide Federal offices in the utilization of photos when reporting overabundance property and when offering property. Result – Plan to give photos or advanced pictures of abundance property, which meets the criteria determined by this release.

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DESIRED PICTURES CRITERIA Property reported for usage or deal meeting The accompanying criteria ought to be joined by educational and great quality photos. Property at or over the office money related responsibility limit; or Property in the accompanying Federal Supply Groups (FSG)/Classes (FSC) with a unique obtaining cost surpassing $300.

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DESIRE FSGs and FGCs PICTURES Group 19 – Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons, and Floating Docks Group 23 – Ground Effect Vehicles, Motor Vehicles, Trailers, and Cycles Group 24 – Tractors Group 34 – Metalworking Machinery Group 38 – Construction, Mining, Excavating, and Highway Maintenance Equipment

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DESIRED FSGs and FGCs PICTURES - Con\'t Group 39 – Materials Handling Equipment Group 42 – Firefighting, salvage, and Safety Equipment; and Environmental Protection Equipment and Materials Group 54 – Prefabricated Structures and Scaffolding Class 6115 – Generators and Generator Sets, Electrical Class 6515 – Medical and Surgical Instruments, Equipment and Supplies

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BEFORE TAKING THE PICTURE

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CHECK LIGHTING Ensure the lighting is adequate to draw out the point of interest and demonstrate the real nature of the item(s). Maintain a strategic distance from shadows and don\'t take photos of vehicles inside a carport. At the point when utilizing a blaze, maintain a strategic distance from reflections on glass or mirrors.

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SHOW DETAIL Fill the whole edge. On the off chance that the brand name, maker, or whatever other information are unmistakable, incorporate them in the photograph. Take more than one picture to demonstrate distinctive perspectives, that is, the whole question versus sectional shots.

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SHOW DETAIL – Con\'t Remove labels from vehicles. Try not to show conduit tape or other wrapping material that might be utilized to hold products of the same thing together.

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AVOID CLUTTER Anything out of sight that occupies from the thing being abundance, either expel or confine. A plain shaded fabric scenery can be utilized to fulfill this. Notwithstanding, don\'t utilize all white in light of the fact that the differentiation will be excessively extraordinary.

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AVOID CLUTTER – CON\'T Ensure that photos of individuals are excluded. At the point when taking a photograph of a thing that contains a mirror, guarantee that nobody\'s picture is in the mirror.

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OFFENSIVE OR DERATORY Ensure that nothing is incorporated into the photos that might be translated as hostile or deprecatory in nature..

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TAKING THE PICTURE Type : Only computerized or checked photos are worthy. Position : Only the .jpg, Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), record expansion is adequate. Size : Submit any size photo; the substantial (full view) picture is shown in GSAXcess® in a rectangular configuration at 600 X 400 pixels. Reporting exercises ought to submit rectangular pictures.

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TAKING THE PICTURE – CON\'T Additional photographs : Up to 11 thumbnails indicating diverse perspectives of the thing will be shown on the same screen in a square organization at 70 X 70 pixels. Amount : No more than 12 photos can be submitted per Item Control Number (ICN).

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NAMING THE PICTURE FILE Each photo must be distinguished by a different photo filename. The photo filename starts with the ICN (a 15 position field with the fifteenth space clear or with a postfix), distinguishing the thing being accounted for abundance by the reporting organization.

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NAMING THE PICTURE FILE – CON\'T The photo postfix (comprising of an Alpha character) is added to the end of the ICN for every different photo for that thing. Taken after by the photo document augmentation ".jpg" at end.

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NAMING THE PICTURE FILE – CON\'T ICN: 1236WW70580001 (without postfix) Picture Name: 1236WW70580001A File Name: 1236WW70580001A.JPG ICN: 1236WW70580001A (with postfix) Picture Name: 1236WW70580001AA File Name: 1236WW70580001AA.JPG

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FILE NAME FOR ADDITIONAL PICTURES The 1 ST photo (full view) will end with the photo addition \'An\', and whatever other pictures (thumbnails) for that thing will be from addition "B through M, barring the letter I." Please take note of that all in sequential order letters are promoted.

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FILE NAME FOR ADDITIONAL PICTURES Example of 1 thing, which have 12 diverse photographs of that thing. . 1 st Photo – 1236WW70600001A.JPG 2 nd Photo – 1236WW70600001B.JPG 3 rd Photo – 1236WW70600001C.JPG 4 th Photo – 1236WW70600001D.JPG 5 th Photo – 1236WW70600001E.JPG 6 th Photo – 1236WW70600001F.JPG 7 th Photo – 1236WW70600001G.JPG 8 th Photo – 1236WW70600001H.JPG 9 th Photo – 1236WW70600001J.JPG 10 th Photo – 1236WW70600001K.JPG 11 th Photo – 1236WW70600001L.JPG 12 th Photo – 1236WW70600001M.JPG

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WAYS TO SUBMIT PICTURES

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Submitting Pictures Through Email Picture documents must be named effectively. Try not to send more than ten photos per email message in light of the fact that the server has a constraint on the quantity of kilobytes that can be gotten per email Send advanced photos to gsaxcess.pictures@gsa.gov.

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Submitting Pictures Through the Mail If messaging photos is not down to earth , send the advanced photos on a floppy plate or CD through the mail or by dispatch to the accompanying location: GSA 4FBP Attn: Diane Smith-Knights 401 W. Peachtree Street, NW Suite 2600 Atlanta, GA 30308 Picture Files must be named accurately.

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Submitting Pictures Through the Batch For documents that are clumped and sent by means of File Transfer Protocol (FTP), the photo record expansion ".jpg" must be discarded despite the fact that the document is in the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) position. For more insights concerning the GSAXcess® index and/or the group process, demand data through gsaxcess@gsa.gov.

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UPLOADING PICTURES

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LOG-IN GSAXcess®

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ENTER ACCESS CODE AND PASSWORD

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CLICK ON MENU

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UPLOAD PICTURE BUTTON

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UPLOAD PICTURE BUTTON

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UPLOAD PICTURE BUTTON

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SEPARATE LOGIN TO UPLOAD PICTURES

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UPLOAD MULTIPLE PICTURES

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SELECT PICTURE FILES

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UPLOAD PICTURES FILES

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COPIED SUCCESSFULLY

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How to View Picture Prior to Being Posted to Data Sheet? Click on Modify Report Enter ICN Click "Submit" catch Look to right of adjust report page for pictures.

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GO TO MODIFY REPORT

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VIEW PICTURE WAITING APPROVAL

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AAMS PROPERTY SEARCH RESULTS - BEFORE

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ACTIVITY ADDRESS CODE 126424 AFTER

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ICN: 126424-7060-0001 BEFORE

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ICN: 126424-7060-0001 AFTER

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ICN: 126424-7060-0002 BEFORE

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ICN: 126424-7060-0002 AFTER

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ICN: 126424-7060-0003 BEFORE

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ICN: 126424-7060-0003 AFTER

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Contact Information: Mike Eaton, CPPM Senior Property Disposal Specialist Phone: (703) 605-2906 E-mail: michael.eaton@gsa.gov

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