In the final installment of a four-part series, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Fleet Manager Larry Campbell shares how he uses data to drive his budgetary decisions.
In part three of a four-part series, Manatee County Fleet Division Manager Matthew Case shares how he manages his fleet amid tough budget projections due to the pandemic, decimated supply chains, equipment and labor shortages, and fuel costs.
In part two of a four-part series, San Joaquin County, California, fleet manager Kevin Myose shares how he attracts technicians in a competitive market, among other budgetary issues.
Seasoned public sector fleet manager Brandon Walton shares how he controls his fleet budget amid uncertain times.
Two public sector fleet managers tackle the complex process of transitioning to an EV fleet, offering practical advice on vehicle technology, infrastructure, safety, and more.
Go after the data, know your fleet operations, and be tenacious in advocating for sufficient vehicle fleet replacement funds urges City of Columbus, Ohio, fleet administrator.
Deliveries should begin late summer 2022.
Robert Gordon, this year’s Legendary Lifetime Achievement Award winner, has built a career on focusing on customers, empowering staff members, and advocating for the next generation.
Automating fleet processes yields many rewards: reducing costs, increasing efficiencies, improving processes, heightening accuracy, and simplifying operations.
Here's how the City of Ventura, California, fleet successfully met an outsourcing challenge.
Pandemic-affected change has shifted the lens in viewing various mobility options — motor pools, ridesharing — for today’s public sector fleets. A panel of experts recently explored the opportunities that new perspective offers.
A panel at GFX suggested tactics for fleet managers to take advantage of the current long vehicle delivery delays and astounding resale values.
Switching to the Fleetio fleet operations software earlier this year gave the North Carolina Administrative Offices a valuable data tool to track, analyze, and improve fleet operations easily and comprehensively.
With the help of industry experts, Automotive Fleet takes a look at the current state of the used-vehicle market and what the near future may hold.
In the pursuit of fuel-cost reduction, engine idling is a bulls-eye target. An Omaha utility employs a number of measures to hit that target, including mobile power units and hybrid-electric technology.