Government Fleet Technology Solutions

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Federal, state and local governments across the U.S. trust FleetCommander to help them automate their fleet operations, and create or expand their motor pools. Whether you have 25 vehicles at one motor pool site or thousands of vehicles at multiple sites, FleetCommander is scalable to suit your fleet size. 

Government Purchasing is Easy

Purchasing can be the biggest hurdle for government agencies to acquire a fleet management solution.  Luckily, we’ve got options.  We have a variety of contract vehicles you can use to purchase FleetCommander.  You can use our Federal contract options through GSA Schedule, or leverage our existing state, county or municipal contracts. We are also available through the NJPA.

 Ask about our procurement options.  Most likely, we’ve got you covered.


Here’s a snapshot of what a few of our government customers have achieved:

 State of Michigan

  • Manages 16 motor pools from one location

  • Reduced assigned vehicles by 30%

  • Slashed personal vehicle use expenses

  • 7,400 end users share approximately 5,400 vehicles

  • Achieves vehicle utilization rates of 80-100%


Forsyth County, NC

  • Serves 2,000 fleet users, manages over 400 daily requests

  • Eliminated 8% of their total fleet

  • Reduced budget by $300,000

  • Saved $800,000 vehicle replacement costs

  • Slashed personally-owned vehicles (POV) reimbursement by 50% 


Prince George’s County, MD

  • Fleet of 3,200 vehicles serving 4,000 drivers

  • Manages two motor pool sites from one location

  • Reduced fleet by 12 vehicles, added efficient hybrid electric vehicles

  • Expanded their motor pool without increasing staff

  • Automated billing and offers self-service key management

“…considerable savings.”

The 50 vehicles we cut using FleetCommander were eligible for replacement. It would have cost the county $800,000 to replace those vehicles, not to mention ongoing maintenance and depreciation expenses associated with those new vehicles. That’s a considerable savings.”

–Forsyth County, NC

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Partial Government Client List:

  • Central Arizona Project

  • Charles County Department of Social Services

  • City of Boise, Idaho

  • City of Chandler, Arizona

  • Commonwealth of Kentucky (EECPPC)

  • Commonwealth of Kentucky (Dept. of Agriculture)

  • Denali National Park

  • Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

  • El Paso County Sheriff's Office

  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

  • Forsyth County, North Carolina

  • Greater Toronto Airports Authority

  • Guilford County, North Carolina

  • Humboldt County, California

  • Loudoun County, Virginia

  • Missouri DOT

  • Montgomery County, Maryland

  • Ontario Provincial Police

  • Oregon Dept. of Agriculture

  • Park County, Colorado

  • Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General

  • Prince George's County, Maryland

  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police

  • Salt Lake City Airport

  • Scott County, Minnesota

  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community

  • Sonoma County, California

  • Sound Transit, Washington

  • State of Colorado

  • State of Kentucky (EECPPC)

  • State of Michigan

  • State of West Virginia

  • Town of Cochrane

  • U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs

  • U.S. Army - Ft. Leonard Wood

  • Volusia County, Florida

  • Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)