Procurement

One of the new Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles purchased by the City of Fort Collins, Colo. Photo courtesy City of Fort Collins.

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Fort Collins, Colo., Orders 27 Ford Police Interceptor Utility Patrol Vehicles

The City of Fort Collins, Colo., has ordered 27 new Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles, with two planned to go into service in April and the rest scheduled for delivery in July.

One of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's new Ford Police Interceptor Utility vehicles. Photo courtesy Brandon Qualls.

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Las Vegas Chooses Ford P.I. Utility for Patrol

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department chose Ford's Police Interceptor Utility as its new standard patrol vehicle, after more than two years of research, testing, evaluation, and feedback.

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Fleet Spend: The Expansion of Fleet Procurement Options

From conventional, competitive selection processes to cooperative contracts and strategic sourcing, fleets employ a variety of approaches to meet today's demand for goods and services.

Utah replaces about 500 fleet vehicles annually. Pictured are some of its sedans.Photo courtesy of State of Utah.

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Fleet Spend Case Study: State of Utah

The State uses RFPs, outsourcing, and cooperative contracts to purchase vehicles, maintenance, and car rental.

Bill McCarty, director, Office of Budget and Management (left) is pictured with Fleet Director Mike Palazzolo, newly hired to run the consolidated fleet. Photo courtesy of City of Springfield.

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Fleet Spend Case Study: City of Springfield, Ill.

The City is looking to expand use of cooperative procurement as well as combining purchasing power internally.

The City of Napa has received four Chevrolet Caprice PPVs so far.

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Napa Switching to Chevrolet Caprice PPV for Patrol Car

NAPA, CA – The City of Napa, Calif., is switching its patrol cars from the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor to the Chevrolet Caprice PPV and has received four of the new vehicles so far.

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Corpus Christi Uses Video Segments to Explain Switch to Chevrolet Tahoes for Police

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi explained its switch from Ford Crown Victoria police sedans to Chevrolet Tahoe PPVs via a new City Council TV program. Police Chief Floyd Simpson cited longer lifecycle and warranty as reasons.

Pictured from l-r are: Brian Amerson, Wendell Fire Department captain; Tom Vaughan, Wendell Fire chief; Peter Dong Kyun Kim, CEO of Daedong-USA, Inc. KIOTI Tractor Division; Bill Carter, Wendell Police chief; Larry Franklin, Wendell police officer; and Steve Hall, Wendell police sergeant.

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Wendell Fire and Police Departments Receive Donated UTVs

WENDELL, NC – The Wendell Fire and Police Departments each received a donated MECHRON 2200 UTV from KIOTI Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, Inc. Both departments plan to share the use of their MECHRON 2200 UTVs with other local organizations.

Photo: Arizona DPS/John C. James, Jr.

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Arizona State Troopers Choose Kawasaki for Highway Patrol

PHOENIX, AZ - The Arizona Department of Public Safety is now the third state law enforcement agency in the western United States to adopt Kawasaki's Concours 14P as its primary motor unit.

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Henderson to Purchase 27 Chevrolet Tahoes and One Caprice for Police and Fire Fleet

HENDERSON, NV - The 27 vehicles represent less than 10 percent of the 299 vehicles in this class that the City is replacing.

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