Michael Wallace and John Reel accept the CFMO award on behalf of the City of Tulsa
 - Photo: Roselynne Reyes

Michael Wallace and John Reel accept the CFMO award on behalf of the City of Tulsa

Photo: Roselynne Reyes

The Government Fleet Management Alliance (GFMA) recognized three fleets at the Government Fleet Expo & Conference (GFX) for their completion of the Certified Fleet Management Operation (CFMO) program.

The City and County of Denver and the City of Lakeland, Fla., have obtained their first CMFO certifications. The City of Tulsa, Okla., has renewed its CFMO certification.

Government Fleet Publisher Eric Bearly presented the awards to the fleets present. Todd Richardson accepted on behalf of the City and County of Denver, and Michael Wallace and John Reel accepted on behalf of the City of Tulsa.

The CFMO certification benchmarks fleet practices against private-sector companies with which the public-sector group competes most directly. The certification testing process addresses 20 categories and eight foundation categories to ensure fleet management success and aims to make a fleet operation cost-effective, efficient, competitive, and well-managed. CFMOs need to recertify every two years.


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