Federal vehicle fleets (1 - 3 of 3 items)
Federal Vehicle Fleets: Leading Practices for Managing Fleet Operations
GAO-15-644T: Published: May 21, 2015. Publicly Released: May 21, 2015.
Effective fleet management relies on a complete and integrated fleet management information system, the use of life-cycle cost analysis, and appropriate decisions about fleet size and composition. Following these practices enhances agencies’ ability to make sound decisions about their fleets and assure that the fleets are meeting missions in the most cost-efficient manner possible. The Unite...
Use of Remanufactured Parts in the Federal Vehicle Fleet Is Based On a Variety of Factors
GAO-13-316R: Published: Mar 7, 2013. Publicly Released: Mar 7, 2013.
The 14 agencies GAO reviewed have vehicle repair processes that generally allow field office staff, such as the vehicle operator or local fleet manager, to make vehicle maintenance and repair decisions. These processes neither mandate nor prohibit the use of remanufactured parts. The agencies we reviewed generally do not keep data on the extent to which remanufactured parts are used. Agency offici...
Federal Fleets: Overall Increase in Number of Vehicles Masks That Some Agencies Decreased Their Fleets
GAO-12-780: Published: Aug 2, 2012. Publicly Released: Aug 2, 2012.
Since fiscal year 2005, the number of federal non-postal civilian and non-tactical military vehicles has increased about 7 percent, from about 420,000 to 449,000 vehicles. However, from fiscal year 2005 to 2011, some agencies decreased their fleets, and the change in fleet size from agency to agency varied considerably. For example, one-third of the agencies (8 of 24) with the largest number of ve...