Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has signed an executive order directing all state agencies to provide an update of their fleet vehicles. Executive Order 2020-04, filed Feb. 11., notes that the state owns more than 9,000 vehicles, some of which are probably underutilized and unnecessary.

Stitt is requiring the administrative head of every state agency to report on the make, model, year, and VIN of any owned vehicle with less than 4,800 miles of use in calendar-year 2019. The report must also include frequency of use, purpose of the vehicle, and mileage driven in 2019. This report will be turned into the Office of Fleet Management and the Chief Operating Officer of the State of Oklahoma. Special purpose vehicles, such as winter equipment, are excluded from this reporting requirement.

Additionally, state agency heads must ensure that vehicles are equipped with an automatic vehicle location (AVL) system and placed on the Fleet Management M5 system. This will be done by scheduling an appointment with Fleet Management.

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