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Palm Beach County Fleet Management Division to Provide Fuel to FBI

September 14, 2005

PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL — Palm Beach County Fleet Management Division entered in a three-year fuel purchase agreement with the FBI, with a five-year option to renew the agreement. The FBI office located in Palm Beach County was looking for ways to cut its fuel cost and contacted the county inquiring about purchasing fuel from their 13 fuel sites. Palm Beach County Fleet Management Division has several current contracts to supply fleet-related service and fuel, including the Secret Service, Florida States Attorney and Public Defender, and several cities. Palm Beach County Fleet Management Division is able to sell fuel to its customers on average approximately 35 cents per gallon less then average retail prices in Palm Beach County. Palm Beach County Fleet Management Division formed a fuel-purchasing co-op that includes 13 cities within the county and the School Board District. The contract for the co-op is for 9.3 million gallons of gasoline and diesel purchased per year.

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