Teletrac Navman announced its Director product platform was granted Authority to Operate (ATO) with the U.S. Air Force. This makes Teletrac Navman the only telematics company to achieve FedRAMP approval and a reciprocal ATO, which allows all federal agencies access to the technology. The ATO approval process included deep security testing for both software and hardware components.

The robust software feature set within Director will allow the Air Force to track and greatly reduce idle time and fuel usage as well as track mileage, GPS location, engine diagnostic codes, and maintenance needs across thousands of general purpose and heavy-duty vehicles worldwide.

Teletrac Navman will soon be compatible with government mileage and fuel use tracking systems, with automated entry to minimize administration time and eliminate data entry errors. Other government agencies can leverage the existing ATO through reciprocity to comply with government mandates for telematics covering their current fleets as well as new purchases.

Launched in 2016, Director is a location-based fleet management platform used by fleets in a variety of industries to track assets and collect valuable business insights for enhanced productivity and safety. The technology currently tracks more than 500,000 vehicles, owned by more than 40,000 organizations across six continents.

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