Presentation on theme: "GSA Fleet Customer Seminar San Juan, Puerto Rico"— Presentation transcript:
1GSA Fleet Customer Seminar San Juan, Puerto Rico March 16th, 2010
2GSA FLEET – Leading the way! Presented by Javier Hernández Fleet Service Representative San Juan FMC
3What’s GSA Fleet?GSA Fleet is a full-service, professional fleet management organization providing quality vehicles to more than 75 Federal Customers. Growing from its origin in 1954 to just over 212,000 vehicles in 2008, the GSA Fleet is one of the largest non-tactical federal fleets in the U.S. government. .
4Types of vehicles available: AutomobilesPassenger VansLight, Medium and Heavy TrucksAdult & School Type BusesAmbulancesLow Speed Electric Vehicles – NEW!
5How GSA Fleet is supported? GSA Fleet is supported by a network of Fleet Management Centers (FMC):- Responsible for assigning vehicles- Provides administrative support- Controls vehicles in the specific geographic area they serveMaintenance Control Center (MCC):- Supplies preventive maintenance service and support tocustomers- Coordinates and authorizes repairs and services usingapproved vendors- Ensure proper functionality of vehicles
6Fleet Support Cont… Accident Management Center (AMC): - Gather and collect accidents/incidents data- Coordinates and approve accident/incidents repairsFleet Services Representatives (FSR):- Serve as GSA Fleet’s primary interface with customers- Support and coordinate with customers to ensuresatisfaction with the GSA Fleet program - Assists customers throughout the entire vehicle leasingprocess from vehicle replacement planning, to newvehicle receipt and to vehicle operation, fueling andmaintenance.
7San Juan Fleet Management Center San Juan FMC provides fleet support to over 200 customers and more than 1,400 vehicles over Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.Office Location:GSA Center Building (Back Area)Road # 28 (Goya Road) Km 3.9Guaynabo, PR 00965Phone: (787)Fax: (787)We also have our owned Fuel Station exclusively for GSA Fleet vehicles only.Gate Open for Fuel Self Service Monday thru Friday from 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM.FMC Business Hours: Monday thru Friday 7:00 AM – 4:30PM.MCC Business Hours: Monday thru Friday 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM.Federal Holidays - Closed
8Web Based Tools: GSA Fleet Drive Thru (Web site): - Monthly Mileage Reporting System (Mileage Express)- Ability to generate vehicle inventory reports on theInternet in Word or Excel formats (Reports Carryout)- Billing and paying classification (Speed Pay)- Tracking vehicle accident activity past or present (Crash)- Billing information and review access (Bill Pay)- Vehicle replacement assistance module (GSA Replacements Vehicles)NEW!
9GSA Fleet Master CardAll GSA Fleet Vehicles assigned within PR & US Virgin Islands is issued with a Fleet Master Card.Card must be used to purchase fuel only at any Master Cards participant fuel vendor.MCC will pay for maintenance, repairs and services needed for GSA Fleet vehicles.
11GSA Fleet Solutions:Vehicle Monitoring - Maximize the utilization of vehicles and improve safety by identifying poor and/or hazardous driving practices. GPS and cellular communication provide real time data on vehicles using a password protected website.Short Term Rental (STR) – This new rental program provides customers the option of renting vehicles to meet short term requirements or to replace vehicles that are out of service for accident or mechanical repairs for up to 90 days. Not for TDY use.
12The 751 Schedule – Help customers that need additional vehicles The 751 Schedule – Help customers that need additional vehicles. Vendors that are on the 751 Schedule compete with each other resulting in lower lease rates than traditional commercial leases. Leases are available for one, two, or three years. The goal is to provide a GSA Fleet vehicle once the 751 Schedule lease expires.Driving Training – Free on-line defensive driving course available to all GSA Fleet customers. This 4 hours course was designed by the National Safety Council and is accessible through GSA Fleet Drive-thru. The course offers an engaging, interactive learning environment where drivers can analyze real driving situations, spot driving hazards, and identify the proper corrective actions. The goal is safer drivers, fewer accidents and injuries, and lower costs.
13Collision Repair Accident and System History (CRASH) – The CRASH database provides GSA Fleet customers access to comprehensive data for all accidents their vehicles have been involved in. This information can be used to identify accident trends and understand the associated costs. CRASH is accessed through GSA Fleet Drive-thru.Get Odometer Readings at the Pump (GORP)** – GORP is GSA Fleet’s newest tool for reporting vehicle mileage. It electronically retrieves the mileage that is entered at the pump when using the Fleet Services Card to purchase fuel.** Not available for PR & USVI.
14Vehicle Rates:GSA Fleet offers the most competitive full-service lease in the industry. Vehicle rates are based on a monthly lease and mileage charge, which includes all maintenance and fuel expenses. Rates may vary according to geographic location and additional "add-ons."
15Equip. Federal 2010 Monthly 2010 Mileage Vehicle Description Code Std. ItemRateCONUSPR & USVIPASSENGER VEHICLESSedan, Midsize110010B, 10C$$$$110510B$$1173$$Sedan, Compact12009C, 9H$$$$12309C$$$$12409D$$12629H$$$$1263$$Sedan, Subcompact13008C$$$$13308N$$Sedan, Large140017A$$$$1430$$$$Station Wagon, Subcompact200012A$$Station Wagon, Compact210013B$$Station Wagon, Midsize220014, 14C$$* Federal Standard Item Numbers are provided for information only. Because of changes in the FederalStandards, GSA Fleet vehicles may be available for which a Standard Item Number no longer exists.
16Alternate Fuel Vehicles: Federal Agencies are mandated by the Energy Policy Act (EPAct), Executive Order 13423, and the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) to purchase alternative fuel vehicles, increase consumption of alternative fuels, and to reduce petroleum consumption. Federal fleets are required to obtain 75 percent of their light-duty annual acquisitions as AFV in Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA). Vehicles acquired outside of the MSA also count towards an agency’s percentage, but are not required.
17Section 301 of EPACT defines alternative fuels as: MethanolDenatured alcoholMixtures containing up to 85 percent methanol or denatured ethanolNatural gasPropane (liquefied petroleum gas)BiodieselHydrogenElectricityIn addition, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2008 expandedthe definition of an alternative fuel vehicle to include:Fuel cell vehiclesAdvanced lean burn technology vehiclesHybrid electric vehicles "Any other type of vehicle that the agency demonstrates to the Secretary would achieve a significant reduction in petroleum consumption."
18Examples of AFVs Available from GSA Fleet E85 Dodge AvengerE85 Chevy ImpalaE85 Chevy UplanderE85 Chevy TahoeE85 Ford F-150E85 Chevy 8 Passenger / Cargo VanFor a complete listing of GSA Fleet AFVs, please go to