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Public Fleet Summit Comes to Austin

Dave Seavey, director of fleet operations for PG&E, is one of the presenters at this Public Fleet Summit, which focuses on leadership within public fleet management.

Seattle Maximizes Technology to Improve Operations

Today’s technology can provide a number of advantages, but only when used as intended and to maximum potential. By identifying how to fully utilize its information technology system, the City of Seattle was able to increase efficiency in its operations and achieve savings.

Converging Trends to Reconfigure Light-Duty Vehicle Composition of Public Sector Fleets

Multiple trends are converging that will ultimately reconfigure the future composition of light-duty fleet assets. A new era of police packages will commence with the 2012-MY. The ongoing mandates to acquire more "carbon friendly" vehicles necessitates the acquisition of more non-traditional fleet vehicles. Another converging trend is the embryonic emergence of greater numbers of EVs and PHEVs in future fleet service. The implications of these changes are far-reaching.

Top Fleet Industry Honors Presented

DETROIT - Presented by Bobit Business Media's stable of fleet industry publications, top 2010 fleet management honors were awarded yesterday in a special ceremony at the NAFA Fleet Management Institute and Expo.

More Public Sector Fleet Professionals Earn CAFM

PRINCETON, NJ - Fleet professionals from California, New York, Washington, Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, and Texas are the latest public sector employees to achieve the Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) designation.