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The Pros & Cons of Warranty Work

Every warranty program comes with its own set of pros and cons. To reveal the true picture of warranty work, two fleets and a software expert share their experiences.

Staying Competitive: San Diego Right-Sources Its Fleet

Right-sourcing, or finding the right balance of in-house maintenance services, outsourced services, and even insourcing, is the best way to stay competitive and cost-effective. Find out how the City of San Diego right-sourced for a cost-effective fleet.

Sam Lamerato Named 2011 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year

The City of Troy’s Sam Lamerato was awarded Government Fleet magazine’s 2011 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year honor. Lamerato helped implement a successful insourcing program, and led to the City’s No. 1 spot in the “100 Best Fleets” in 2010.

City of Troy Adds 2 Insourcing Contracts

TROY, MI - The council for the City of Troy unanimously approved on Dec. 13 two insourcing contracts for fleet maintenance. The City of Troy Fleet Division began maintenance on an as-needed basis for the neighboring cities of Oak Park and Rochester.

Polk County Expands Insourcing

BARTOW, FL - On Nov. 1, Polk County Fleet Management took over the management and operation of the City of Ft. Meade, Fla., fleet of 46 units. The County has also been insourcing management of the City of Lake Wales fleet since October 2009 and the City of Auburndale fleet since June 2010.

Insourcing Provides Mutual Benefits

The City of Moline, Ill., demonstrates the benefits of insourcing by providing maintenance services for its neighbor, the Rock Island Arsenal. The partnership has proven successful for both the city and federal fleets.