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Nominate the 2016 Fleet Manager of the Year

February 8, 2016

Government Fleet magazine is accepting nominations for the Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year award. The annual award, now in its 12th year, recognizes an individual fleet professional for excellence in fleet management. The last day to submit a nomination is March 7.

Any industry professional can nominate a fleet manager for this award. Self nominations are accepted. Qualified nominees will be asked to complete an essay questionnaire for judges. A group of public sector fleet managers from around the country judges the award.

Candidates are judged on the following criteria: business plan, technology implementation, productivity, policies, preventive maintenance program, utilization management, replacement program, customer service, fuel management, and safety.

The winner will be announced at the Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX), which takes place June 20-23 in Nashville. The winner and finalists will be featured in Government Fleet magazine.

The nomination form can be found here. To learn about our other awards, including the concurrent Leading Fleets award, visit the Government Fleet awards page.

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