Proper disposal of assets

Receiving and disposal of CPUs, laptops, monitors, small printers, furniture and other capital or controllable assets must follow district policy.

Departments and schools acquiring or receiving donations of capital or controllable assets must indicate the “SHIP TO ADDRESS” as Dallas ISD Central Receiving, 2517 S. Ervay, Dallas Texas 75215. This facilitates the proper tagging of equipment before distribution to the designated location.  

The exception is equipment requiring installation or testing by the vendor. In that case, it is the responsibility of the department or school to inform Capital Asset Management immediately upon receipt of the equipment for proper tagging.

Best practices for the use of appropriate object codes when acquiring capital assets in Oracle can be found at

When storing obsolete or broken equipment awaiting removal, departments and schools should avoid using closets, rooms, portables buildings or open areas to avoid safety issues, potential theft, and fire hazards .

Disposing of obsolete or non-working controllable assets (CPUs, laptops, monitors, small printers, notebooks, etc.) that need to be transferred between schools and departments or designated as salvage and surplus requires an Equipment Transfer and Disposal form that can be found in the Employee Self Service, DISD Fixed Asset Self Service in Oracle. Instructions regarding the ERR FORM can be found at For questions about the Asset Management System, contact Lyn Wilkerson at (972) 581-4109.

For additional information about the transfer and disposal of capital equipment, please visit the Capital Assets Management page.

For ERR FORM questions, contact David Kessebeh at (972) 925-3842.

For Special Revenue and CATE (capital equipment), contact Phiebie Hutchins at (972)-925-3857.

For donations of capital equipment, contact Josephine Flores at (972) 925-3853.

All transfers and disposal of office or classroom furniture (chairs, tables, file cabinets, wall units, drawers, credenzas, etc.) should be accompanied by P1B forms, which can be found at

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