GSA Fleet - Leading the Way
RIGHT VEHICLE, RIGHT PRICE, GREAT SERVICE
Since 1954, GSA Fleet has been providing quality vehicles and efficient and economical fleet management services to over 75 participating federal agencies.
Growing from its origin in 1954 to over 204,000 vehicles, the GSA Fleet is one of the largest non-tactical fleets in the United States. The GSA fleet includes:
- Buses and ambulances;
- Light, medium, and heavy trucks; and
- Passenger vans.
GSA Fleet provides federal customers end-to-end fleet management services including:
- Vehicle acquisition and disposal;
- Maintenance control and accident management;
- Fuel and loss prevention services; and
- A robust fleet management system that provides detailed and accurate data.
Participating federal agencies are served on a cost reimbursable basis, which makes it possible to offer this diverse fleet at all-inclusive rates that are second to none.
GSA Fleet is supported by a national network of Fleet Management Centers (FMCs) staffed by managers and Fleet Service Representatives (FSRs), who are responsible for assigning GSA Fleet vehicles and providing administrative support in their respective geographic areas. In addition, the vehicles are supported by the National Maintenance Control Center (MCC) and the National Accident Management Center (AMC), which ensure:
- Preventive maintenance;
- Repair; and
- Accident management services are offered to customers at the best value.
Please contact your local servicing Fleet Service Representative to lease vehicles and learn more about how GSA can accommodate agency needs.
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