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Commonwealth of Virginia Awards Statewide Contract for MAXIMUS

September 10, 2008

RESTON, VA – MAXIMUS, a provider of fleet enterprise asset management software and automated fueling management solutions, has signed a statewide contract with the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA).

The state agency has selected MAXIMUS FleetFocus and FuelFocus, a fleet management software system and integrated fuel management system, in a procurement initially valued at more than $1,500,000.

The MAXIMUS FleetFocus product was selected through a competitive proposal process. The agency’s goal was to select an enterprise system that will meet the needs of all Virginia agencies. Once implemented, the FleetFocus product will support more than 400 agency users who manage over 35,000 units of fleet equipment across 73 shops throughout the Commonwealth.

Virginia represents the 30th state using MAXIMUS FleetFocus.

Other states utilizing the MAXIMUS FleetFocus solution include Pennsylvania, Maine, New York, Tennessee, Indiana, and Washington, as well as the Illinois Tollway. Other FleetFocus customers include leading cities, counties, transit, and private sector fleets.

 

 

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