The City's Fleet Management Department oversees all matters relating to the purchase, leasing, maintenance, retirement, and data collection for the City's fleet of cars, trucks, and other vehicles.
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To provide quality and competitive equipment, transportation, maintenance, materials, and supplies to our customers in a timely, economic, environmentally friendly, and efficient manner, while maintaining a safe and wholesome work environment and opportunity for all employees
Trends and Issues
Software and business process
Fleet's FASTER software continues to be updated and processes critiqued. Risk assessment, control environment, information reliability, and benchmarking capabilities are being reviewed. Continued monitoring of these activities will play a major role in the daily activities of all Fleet personnel.
Procurement activities have been evaluated and the proper corrective action taken in those instances identified. Contracts have been implemented to handle routine purchases such as sublet repair activities and parts purchases.
The Operations Managers' Advisory Committee (OMAC) is an oversight committee with eleven representatives from various departments appointed by the three Assistant City Managers. Communicating with this committee to identify and address department needs is an ongoing process.
Other key issues being addressed this year with plans to continue monitoring in the coming year
- vehicle warranty and processes
- parts warranty and processes
- equipment maintenance programs
- vehicle utilization
- inventory and reissue of used parts
- surplus parts inventory
- surplus vehicles
- vehicle replacement criteria
- standardization of accessories
- industrial trends
- environmental issues relative to the facilities