Geotab has been awarded a new single-source contract by the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide telematics solutions for more than 400,000 GSA-leased and agency-owned vehicles. In 2019, Geotab was previously awarded a telematics contract by the GSA in 2019.
"Our ongoing partnership with GSA demonstrates the effectiveness of leveraging quality data intelligence and continued innovation through telematics in the public sector. Through our collaboration, government agencies have the critical tools required for better efficiency, heightened security and more sustainable operations," said Neil Cawse, CEO of Geotab.
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This contract will enable GSA to leverage Geotab's Electric Vehicle Suitability Assessment (EVSA) and other tools to meet goals stipulated in recent executive orders focused on sustainability and efficiency.
Using Geotab telematics is also aimed at supporting the guidance and implementation instructions for Executive Order 14057, which calls for a comprehensive approach to electrifying the federal fleet that utilizes data-driven analytics to make informed decisions over fleet management.
The GSA contract also includes Geotab’s data sharing solution which allows for multiple data streams from a single Geotab device, which in turn allows agencies to manage a separate database of telematics data than any other agency. As a result, GSA Fleet can configure its own Geotab database completely independent of government agencies that may require different custom rules, reports, dashboards and integrations.