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South Sudan. 2016 ‘Stockpile Management.’ Firearms Bill 2016; Chapter II (Section 15), pp. 10-11. Juba: Republic of South Sudan. 1 January
15. Stockpile Management
(1) A mandatory physical stock taking, at least once every year shall be undertaken by all state agencies and local governments that possess firearms.
(2) A verification process to evaluate correctness of the data shall be established with oversight provided by the relevant institutions.
(3) Firearms in the possession of civilians shall be registered on the Central Firearms Database.
(4) The military and National Security firearms shall be registered within the military and National Security firearms registries.
(5) All firearms in possession of a state agency shall be marked by a uniform proofing mark on both the barrel and the frame.
(6) No firearms in the possession of state agency shall be transferred to a private person.
(7) Any obsolete and/or surplus firearms in possession of a state agency shall be disposed of by destruction.
(8) An employee of a state agency may possess a firearm of that state agency subject to the conditions prescribed in the Regulations.
(9) Every government agency shall maintain a register which contains the information as prescribed in the Regulations.