Federal Fleet Statistics

September 2016, Government Fleet - Feature

by Staff

The data in this section is derived from the U.S. General Services Administration's FY-2015 Federal Fleet Report. The GSA gathers this information from federal agencies reporting motor vehicle fleet data.

Data shows that FY-2015 was the first time in at least three years that the total federal fleet has increased in size. Utilization has increased in comparison to the prior year as well as vehicle age for nearly every federal agency.

These charts can be found in the photo gallery below:

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