NYC Promotes Agency Fleet Managers

December 01, 2017

(L-R) Dimesa, Dorcean, Blain
(L-R) Dimesa, Dorcean, Blain

New York City has promoted three employees to various fleet management roles at three departments. 

Gregory Dimesa, CAFM, has been appointed executive director of fleet operations for the Department of Correction. He previously served as director of fleet services for New York City Police Department (NYPD), where he has worked for 29 years. He started with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority as a bus maintainer.

Eric Dorcean is the new associate deputy commissioner for fleet at the city’s Department of Transportation. He was previously deputy director of fleet services for the NYPD. Dorcean’s first fleet experience was with DHL, where he served as fleet supervisor. He joined the NYPD in 1993 as an auto mechanic.

Greg Blain is the new director of client fleet services for the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), which oversees the entire city fleet. He was previously the director of the DCAS CRASH unit, helping develop the department’s role in Vision Zero. He has been working at DCAS since 2001, beginning as a fleet claims examiner.

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