To direct Federal agencies to donate excess and surplus Federal electronic equipment, including computers, computer components, printers, and fax machines, to qualifying small towns, counties, schools, nonprofit organizations, and libraries.


Federal Electronic Equipment Donation Act of 2007 - Directs each federal agency to identify useful federal electronic equipment that the agency has determined is surplus property and: (1) transfer such equipment to the Administrator of General Services (GSA) for transfer for donation to a qualifying recipient in accordance with provisions relating to the donation of personal property through state agencies; (2) transfer such equipment directly to a qualifying recipient, through an arrangement made by the GSA Administrator; or (3) transfer such equipment directly to a qualifying recipient pursuant to provisions of the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980.

Defines the term "qualifying recipient" to mean any an educational recipient, a qualifying small town, a qualifying county, or a library.

States that this Act supersedes Executive Order No. 12999 of April 17, 1996 (entitled "Educational Technology: Ensuring Opportunity for All Children in the Next Century ").

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