Fleetio, a fleet maintenance software platform, announced that it has been added to the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) federal supplier list as an IT Schedule 70 contract holder, authorizing it as a government-approved supplier of fleet management software.

Fleetio helps government fleets streamline day-to-day fleet operations so they can keep their federal, state, and local agency running smoothly. From managing in-house maintenance with digital work orders and a comprehensive parts and inventory system to analyzing and reducing operations costs, Fleetio keeps government assets on the move.

“Since Fleetio is built around minimizing costs and maximizing asset utilization, we’re a perfect fit for government agencies who are dealing with minimal budgets and diverse vehicles and equipment,” said Lori Sullivan, director of marketing at Fleetio. “Being a GSA contract holder will allow us to make the procurement process seamless for government fleets.”

The GSA federal supplier list provides federal, state and local agencies with a list of pre-approved suppliers which have been vetted through a lengthy application, review, and approval process. GSA schedule listings are five-year contracts that list government negotiated pricing for approved products and services. IT Schedule 70 enables organizations to shorten procurement processes and streamline technology purchasing decisions by having access to pre-negotiated pricing.

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