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March 2017, Government Fleet - Feature

Using Cooperative Procurement to Reduce Fuel Costs

With fuel being a major operating cost, reducing purchasing cost by a few cents per gallon can result in big savings. Photo: Vince Taroc

By Thi Dao

Neighboring public fleets can work together to cooperatively purchase fuel at lower prices. Two collaborative fuel contracts in Oregon and California have saved public agencies hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Tags: Cooperative Procurement, Cooperative Agreement

June 2014, Government Fleet - Feature

Figuring Out Fuel Contracts

By Shelley Mika

Fuel contracts give fleets a guaranteed price over the duration of the contract. The result: easier budgeting, potential cost savings, reduced administrative time, and guaranteed supply. With careful consideration on the front end, fleets of all sizes can make fuel contracts work in their favor.

Tags: Fuel Contract, Cooperative Procurement, Fuel Costs

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