Fla. Sheriff Signs $4M Fleet Management Contract

January 30, 2017

Photo courtesy of Vector
Photo courtesy of Vector

The Broward County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Office has entered into a multiple-year agreement with Vector Fleet Management for fleet management and maintenance services. This is one of the largest police fleet maintenance contracts in the country valued at approximately $4 million per year, according to Vector.

The partnership between the Sheriff’s Office and Vector is designed to improve service levels and provide greater accountability for the maintenance of the county’s fleet of more than 2,800 pursuit, patrol, and administrative support vehicles.

BSO previously outsourced its fleet management to another private company and transitioned to Vector Fleet Management on Dec. 19, 2016.

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