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City & County of San Francisco Deploys New Fleet Software

March 25, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO - The City and County of San Francisco Fleet Management Department has signed a contract with AssetWorks to deploy its FleetFocus fleet management software application.

The Fleet Management Department provides supportive services to over 70 city departments that serve San Francisco's more than 800,000 residents and is fully financed by internal service funds. The department is responsible for the maintenance, fueling services, motor pool, alternative fuel program, and vehicle replacement planning for the combined fleet of approximately 6,000 units. Housed in four locations with 120 employees, the department completes nearly 34,000 work orders annually.

In 2009, the city began a search for a comprehensive citywide fleet-specific management information system to better collect data and track assets, monitor costs and evaluate trends, analyze statistics and generate reports, enable client departments access to database and reports, and facilitate planning, improve efficiencies, and reduce costs.

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