GPS / Telematics

GSA Awards AT&T Contract for Telematics

December 11, 2015 - Press Release

AT&T was awarded a five-year blanket purchase agreement (BPA) from the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of Fleet Management to offer fleet management services to federal agencies.

More than 204,000 vehicles are currently leased through GSA Fleet, which provides lease and purchase options to 75 government agencies. This BPA will let government agencies buy AT&T GPS vehicle tracking, vehicle monitoring and diagnostics capabilities to improve the efficiency of their fleet operations. These tools assist agencies with improving operator safety, efficiently managing fleet fuel usage, and cutting costs and greenhouse gas emissions

Executive Order 13693 requires federal agencies with fleets of 20 vehicles or more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

“Our fleet management services can help agencies meet the new emission targets,” said Mike Leff, vice president-civilian, AT&T Government Solutions. “They let agencies cost-effectively manage their vehicles, improve productivity and reduce fuel consumption.”

AT&T fleet management solutions deliver data such as vehicle location and performance indicators that can help agency fleet managers enhance route planning, vehicle usage and maintenance scheduling. 

For more information, including costs, visit the GSA webpage.

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