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Federal Fleets: Overall Increase in Number of Vehicles Masks That Some Agencies Decreased Their Fleets
Susan A. Fleming (au)
The federal fleets consist of about 449,000 civilian and non-tactical military (i.e., non-combat) cars, trucks, and other vehicles, excluding postal vehicles. Various legislation and policies have been aimed at reducing the size and changing the composition of federal fleets as a means of improving U.S. energy efficiency. In May 2011, the President issued a memorandum calling for federal agencies to reduce oil imports by determining the optimal size of their fleets and eliminating non-essential vehicles. This report provides a range of information about federal fleets, including the reasons vehicle inventory may increase or decrease over time. It addresses (1) the extent to which the size of federal agencies' fleets changed since 2005, if at all, and (2) the primary reasons that the size of selected agencies' fleets changed over this period. The report also examines the General Services Admin,'s (GSA) role in helping agencies manage their vehicle fleets. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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