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Government Fleet - January/February 2008

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  • San Diego County ‘Sold’ On Reverse Auctions
       The web-enabled competitive pricing toll has saved the County more than $25 million in four years. For fleet, the technology saves time and    results in better vehicle pricing.
  • Green Fleet Initiatives Mushroom / Top 50 Alt-Fuel Fleets
       ’Public’ sector fleets have been steadily increasing the use of alternative fuels through “greening” initiatives to help keep our air clean for    generations to come.
  • Government Fleet Expo & Conference Set for June
       Government Fleet magazine’s Expo & Conference June 8-11 in San Diego, Calif., will feature training sessions, roundtable discussions, panels,    and a ride & drive.
  • The City of Fayetteville Coverts to Biodiesel
       The City of Fayetteville, Ark.’s attempts to convert its diesel-powered vehicles to biodiesel have become a reality. Out of 545 fleet
       vehicles, 52 percent were converted to biodiesel.
  • Strategic Actions: Simultaneous Fleet Reduction and Greening
       More fuel-efficient methods can be used to power fleet vehicles. However, fleet reduction can be a confusing process, requiring careful    thought and calculation.
  • Two NYC Agencies Invest in CNG and Hybrid Power Alternatives
       CNG-powered street sweepers and hybrid buses help New York City’s Department of Sanitation and the NYC Transit tackle cost and    environment issues.
  • Fueling Florida’s Fiscal Fitness
       A fuel card program helped the State of Florida balance its budget and prepare for future emergency situations.
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