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The State of Oklahoma Awards Fleet Management Software Contract to Maximus

July 6, 2006

RESTON, VA – MAXIMUS, The state of Oklahoma awarded a fleet management software contract to implement FleetFocus, the company’s transportation enterprise asset and maintenance management solution.The State of Oklahoma has a fleet comprised of more than 7,900 units. FleetFocus will help Oklahoma and its shop floor technicians improve warranty tracking, real-time reporting functionality, accessible key performance indicators, and easier warranty recovery, parts management, and equipment utilization.Within the past 12 months, the MAXIMUS enterprise asset management (EAM) software solutions customer list has grown to include more than 24 states in the United States. Additionally, MAXIMUS fleet software is utilized by more than 120 cities across the United States and Canada, including 37 of the 50 most populated cities in America. Customers also include 38 of the top 50 utilities in North America, more than 75 transit systems — including six of the top 10 U.S. transit systems — as well as many large counties and federal agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security and the United States Marine Corps.

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