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Last Week to Apply for the Leading Fleets

February 29, 2016

There are two weeks left to apply for the 2016 Leading Fleets award. The national award recognizes public sector fleet operations that are performing well in the areas of leadership, efficiency, future goals, and overcoming challenges. The last day to apply is March 4.

The submission form consists of a brief questionnaire followed by essay questions. Fleet professionals can watch a video introduction about each award section or watch a video interview with the judges.

The recipients of these and other awards will be honored at the Government Fleet Expo & Conference during The Honors Celebration on June 21. Winners will be featured in Government Fleet magazine's special awards issue, which reaches more than 26,000 subscribers, as well as the eNewsletter, which reaches more than 15,000 readers, and the website, which has 32,000 unique visitors monthly.

The Leading Fleets award, produced by Government Fleet magazine and the American Public Works Association, is sponsored by GPS Insight and Ford Motor Company.

Fleets can request a copy of a previously submitted application from prior years by e-mailing [email protected].

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