|NASA Headquarters' Directives|
Effective Date: November 18, 2015
Expiration Date: November 18, 2020
Responsible Office: LM032
|Criteria for the Assignment of Parking Permits and Parking Procedures (Revalidated 4/16/10)|
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It is NASA’s Policy to establish criteria and procedures (Attachment B) for NASA assigned parking permits for the NASA Headquarters (HQ) garage.
a. This HQPD is applicable to NASA Headquarters Civil Servant employees, including full-time, part-time, temporary personnel, detailees and intergovernmental personnel act employees (IPA) who duty location is in the National Capital Region. Civil Servant employees on detail to NASA Headquarters from NASA Centers or other Federal Agencies are also eligible for the parking permit.
b. In this directive, all mandatory actions (i.e., requirements) are denoted by statements containing the term "shall." The terms: "may" or "can" denote discretionary privilege or permission, "should" denotes a good practice and is recommended, but not required, "will" denotes expected outcome, and "are/is" denotes descriptive material.
c. In this directive, all document citations are assumed to be the latest version unless otherwise noted.
National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958, as amended, 51 U.S.C. § 20113
4. APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS AND FORMS
a. General Services Administration (GSA), Public Buildings Service Customer Guide to Real Property.
b. NASA Headquarters Forms NHQ Form 43, Application for Headquarters Parking Permit
a. The Director, Headquarters Facilities and Administrative Services Division, LMO30 is responsible for administering the NASA parking permit program for NASA Headquarters.
b. NASA Headquarters Employees are responsible for following the parking permit assignment criteria and parking regulations in the HQ garage.
c. Standard Parking is responsible for the management and security of the HQ garage.
6. DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY
Internal and external third party audits and evaluations shall be used to assess the effectiveness of this procedure. The Program Administrator shall contact parking program participants annually or the designee to recertify application information and verify continued program eligibility.
HQPD 1541.2K, Criteria for the Assignment of Parking Permits and Parking Procedures, dated April 16, 2010.
Jay M. Henn
ATTACHMENT A: Definitions
Carpools – Two or more members, whose principal driver is a NASA HQ civil servant employee.
Individual – On an as available basis, after the above categories have been met, individuals will receive permits.
Other vehicle space, e.g., motorcycles, bicycles, etc., is obtainable on an as available basis.
Persons with Disabilities – A NASA HQ civil service employee who has a severe, permanent, or temporary physical impairment (see section B2.c.)
Tan Space Parking – Designated staff of the Office of the Administrator and Official-in-Charge of Headquarters Offices.
Vanpools – A group of at least 8 members whose principal driver is a NASA HQ civil servant employee.
B1. CRITERIA FOR THE ASSIGNMENT OF PARKING PERMITS
a. Parking permits are issued in the order of priority below and using a point system with the points criteria being: 1 point for each year of Government service (including military service), 1 point for GS Grade level and 16 points for SES employees.
(1) Persons with Disabilities - A NASA HQ civil service employee who has a severe, permanent, or temporary physical impairment (see section B2.c.)
(2) Tan Space Parking - Designated staff of the Office of the Administrator and Officials-in-Charge of Headquarters Offices.
(3) Vanpools - A group of at least 8 members whose principal driver is a NASA HQ civil servant employee.
(4) Carpools - Two or more members, whose principal driver is a NASA HQ civil servant employee.
(5) Individual - On an as available basis, after the above categories have been met individuals will receive permits.
(6) Other vehicle space, e.g., motorcycles, bicycles, etc., is obtainable on an as available basis.
B2. ASSIGNMENT OF PARKING SPACES
a. Parking permit assignments will be reevaluated quarterly if there is a waiting list based on the priority order and point system described in B1(a).
b. Annually, Submit a Headquarters Parking Permit online at HQ Parking and Fare Subsidy System http://fasd.hq.nasa.gov/govpark.html or complete NASA Headquarters Form NHQ Form 43, Application for Headquarters Parking Permit, with original signatures of each member, must be forwarded to the NASA HQ Parking Manager, HQ Facilities and Administrative Services Division, LMO30. Applications will be processed on a first-in basis when they are of equal points.
c. Persons with disabilities are required to submit medical certification from their physician to the Medical Director, HQ Health Unit, LMO32 for review and medical certification for eligibility. Approved medical certifications will be forwarded to the NASA HQ Parking Manager, LMO32. Medical re-certifications are conducted annually.
a. A fee for parking permits will be collected on a quarterly schedule. The rate and time schedule will be announced approximately three weeks prior to the end of the current quarter. Failure to pay the fee by the established deadline will result in forfeiture of the permit.
b. Only one permit (hanging tag) will be issued to each authorized carpool, vanpool, and individual permit holder.
c. If a permit (hanging tag) is lost, it must be reported in writing to the NASA Headquarters Parking Manager (LMO32). A replacement fee will be charged for the loss of the permit.
d. Parking permits are not transferable to persons whose names do not appear on the parking application.
e. If a carpool disbands or a permit holder wants to discontinue parking, the permit must be returned to the NASA HQ Parking Manager (LMO32). A prorated refund will be given to the permit holder for the unused portion.
f. The principal driver shall notify the NASA HQ Parking Manager (LMO32) of any change in carpool membership.
g. Towing at owner's expense, revocation of parking privileges, and/or other punitive measures can be taken particularly for violation of regulations below:
(1) Ignition keys must be left in the ignition in key- designated spaces.
(2) Permits (hanging tags or parking stubs) must be displayed at all times.
(3) Children are not permitted in the garage unattended.
(4) No animals shall be left in vehicles.
(5) No parking in the special designated parking areas, Government vehicle or handicap parking spaces unless authorized.
(6) Employees must not move individual vehicles other than their own. Parking attendants are on duty during posted garage operation hours to provide assistance should vehicles require moving.
(7) No smoking in garage or in vehicles parked in the garage.
(8) Speed limit (5 miles per hour) must be observed at all times.
(9) Storage of vehicles in garage is not permitted.
B4. LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES ARISING FROM USE OF PARKING GARAGE
a. The Government does not assume any liability for personal injury, theft, or damage to vehicles (or their contents) occurring in the parking garage.
b. The parking garage contractor is not responsible for any articles left in vehicles.
c. The parking garage contractor is responsible only for damage caused by the attendants. Claims for damage should be reported to the Standard Parking Garage Manager on P1- level, while the car is in the garage and on the day the damage has occurred. A parking garage contractor official should investigate the accident.
d. Employees who damage another vehicle while parking or moving a vehicle should notify Standard Parking. All parking garage accidents involving personnel or vehicle damage should be reported immediately to Standard Parking.
B5. MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE
Official protocol incorporating the parking garage staff working in tandem with electronic devices to monitor the NASA Headquarters Parking Garage will be employed to ensure the safest possible environment. Representatives of the NASA Headquarters Security Guard force, Federal Protective Service, Facilities and Administrative Services Division, Parking Garage Manager and the building owner will work to enforce all rules and regulations, warn or notify authorities to cite violators for infractions. Only the Federal Protective Service is authorized to cite violators with a DC Department of Motor Vehicles citation. The monitoring devices may include closed-circuit television cameras, patrols and/or radar speed display signs.
B6. NONCOMPLIANCE WITH PARKING
Failure to follow these regulations for the parking garage may result in the revocation of parking privileges and/or disciplinary action.