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NCSFA to Host State Fleet Managers Workshop in Utah

July 3, 2013

The National Conference of State Fleet Administrators (NCSFA) will host a three-day intensive workshop designed exclusively for government fleet management professionals. The event, co-hosted with the State of Utah, Division of Fleet Operations, will take place in Salt Lake City, Utah, from Oct. 9 to Oct. 11.

Presenters will be state fleet professionals sharing their best practices and program information. Hear from various State of Utah fleet division employees as well as other state fleet professionals on topics such as:  

  • Driver Communications
  • Fleet Rightsizing
  • Replacement Schedule Strategies
  • Alternative Fuels in Fleet - learn about CNG implementation in the State of Utah fleet
  • Compliance with EPACT Requirements
  • Benchmarking - compare your fleet data with the State of Utah
  • Moderated open roundtable discussions
  • NCSFA Benchmarking Initiative

Corporate partners are welcome to attend to network and share their industry knowledge in Q&A sessions on subject matter where appropriate. Corporate sponsorship opportunities are available. 

There is no registration fee to attend. Meetings will be held in State of Utah meeting rooms. For more information or to pre-register, visit the NCSFA site.

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