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Waiting for Your Boss to Retire

It’s common for public-­sector employees to stay at their jobs until retirement. What’s an ambitious ­second-in-command to do?

Government Fleet's Top 10 Articles for 2016

Police-related articles continue to dominate Government-fleet.com as the most popular topic for 2016. Popular stories about law enforcement cover patrol vehicles, equipment, and upfitting.

Recognizing Your Success

We are the driver of our accomplishments but it would be silly to not simultaneously think of the people who have helped us achieve our successes.

Tell Them What They Need

Organizational leaders become aware of fleet needs and wants through what neighbors are doing, what they read online, or through an article. I propose that we, the fleet professionals, tell them what they need.

Be Your Fleet's Storyteller

Telling fleet’s story to city leadership, the all-important city managers, the purchasing directors, finance, and budget is a must. Go outside of your organization (division or department), and engage your customers and the folks you want backing you.