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Introducing the New Government-Fleet.com

The new website is fully responsive, which means you can view it on a desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone and view the exact same content in a format that’s user-friendly.

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Nominate the 2018 Fleet Manager of the Year

Government Fleet magazine is accepting nominations for its Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year award. All industry professionals are welcome to nominate a fleet manager.

Charts: Fleet Age and Utilization 2017

Data from this gallery is derived from 15 of Utilimarc’s municipal benchmarking clients (cities, states, and counties), providing 34,000 data points. Each of the numbers presented is an average over the years 2014-2016.

Charts: Benchmarking Statistics 2017

Data from Government Fleet’s annual survey shows a continuing rise in the size of public fleets, and that fleets are working on catch-up replacements from the recession. About the data: In July and August, Government Fleet magazine solicited responses to an annual survey from its readership, receiving 142 qualified responses. All charts in this gallery come from this opt-in survey. 

2017 Benchmarking Statistics: Fleet Sizes, Budgets & Outsourcing

Data from Government Fleet’s annual survey shows a continuing rise in the size of public fleets, and that fleets are working on catch-up replacements from the recession.

Charts: Salaries & Retirement 2017

The average fleet salary has increased to $93,660, with most fleet managers reporting salaries between $70,001 and $120,000. Baby boomers make up nearly 60% of the fleet professionals surveyed. About the data: In July and August, Government Fleet magazine solicited responses to an annual survey from its readership, receiving 142 qualified responses. All charts in this gallery come from this opt-in survey. 

2016 Benchmarking Statistics

How does your public fleet compare to others? Data from the 2016 Government Fleet survey shows that overall fleet operating budgets continue to rise slightly and there is a small increase in average fleet size in comparison to the prior year.

2016 Benchmarking Statistics

Data collected from Government Fleet from its survey this year suggests a slight increase in average fleet size in comparison to the prior year. In addition, a higher percentage of respondents said their annual budgets had increased, a trend continuing since 2013, when this question was first asked.

GFX 2014 Road Show: San Diego

Thi Dao, managing editor of Government Fleet magazine, took the show on the road and visited six fleets in San Diego and Orange counties. Attendees of GFX 2014 saw the finished product during the event's awards presentation. To view additional Road Show coverage, including photo galleries of other fleets and a video, click here.

Public Sector Fleet Expo & Conference To Be Held In San Diego

Government Fleet magazine’s Expo & Conference will feature training sessions, fleet certification, roundtable discussions, networking, and more.