Presentation on theme: "CNG and Hybrid Vehicles in the State Fleet CNG Site List Utilization Online Reservation Module CNG Refueling Process and Training Replacement Process DFO."— Presentation transcript:
CNG and Hybrid Vehicles in the State Fleet CNG Site List Utilization Online Reservation Module CNG Refueling Process and Training Replacement Process DFO Vehicle Services Center Capital Credits Customer Service Meetings Updates, Questions and Answers Fleet Forum
Hybrid and CNG Vehicles in the State Fleet Sam Lee
Why the focus on hybrid and CNG vehicles? Cleaner Air Fuel Cost Savings
Objective 2: Promote policies and practices for improved air quality. Objective 3: Aggressively pursue technology innovations in energy efficiency and development. “Energy” Is A Top Priority for Governor Herbert
Memo from Derek Miller to: Department and Agency Directors, and Agency Fleet Managers/Fleet Contacts “I am asking each of you to review your vehicle purchasing…to consider an expanded role for hybrid and CNG vehicles in your fleet…I encourage you to be open to a bold shift to a more diverse fleet in which these alternative vehicles figure more prominently.”
16 Bi-fuel & 35 Dedicated CNG Vehicles to be Purchased in Model Year 2013
110 New Hybrid Vehicles for Model Year 2013
What can you do to support this initiative? Know where and how to fuel a CNG vehicle Share your positive experiences with CNG vehicles
What can you do to support this initiative? Help educate your agency about the benefits of CNG vehicle at replacement time
Finding a CNG Fueling Station…
Fleet.utah.gov FLEET FLEET PROGRAM
STATE-OWNED FUEL SITES
Not the preferred reference for CNG
CNG FUEL SITES
Managing Underutilized Vehicles Sitting in State Parking Lots
A New Role for Fleet Operations Concerning State Vehicle Utilization
What you can expect from DFO: More detailed vehicle utilization data Vehicles by location, class, and use category More contact by phone, , and in person concerning under utilized vehicles Higher minimum use standards
What you can expect from DFO (continued): A review of personal owned vehicle (POV) reimbursements Use of more daily pools to allow vehicle sharing within departments More sharing of pool vehicles across agencies Better use of the private sector vehicles (Enterprise)
Online Reservation Module Amanda Ronan
Online Reservation Module Customers will be able to make their own reservations using their operator ID to log into the system. The link for the module will be on your Department website. Customers will be able to confirm, change, or cancel a reservation. Will be available by September.
My Info Screen
Creating Reservation Continued
Needed from Motor Pools Motor pool contact Motor pool address and phone number Motor pool hours Operator Setup Operators must be assigned to the pool location Pool types must from pool location must be added to the operator.
It’s Your Turn Q’s and A’s
2013 Vehicle Replacements
Vehicle Replacements 664 Vehicles –140 Received –All Dedicated CNG’s have been received.
DFO Vehicle Services Center Current provider contracted for 12 years DAS Fleet June 2012 –Initial pilot included 138 vehicles –Additional 26 Vehicles added March 2013
Vehicle Services Center (VSC) Market comparable authorization Negotiation capabilities –Parts and Labor Open PO system for maintenance services Unneeded Repairs In-efficient services based on logistical reasons “Free” services for public customers are charged to State of Utah DFO Concerns with current provider
Vehicle Services Center (VSC) IT Systems Repair Price Management (RPM) –Using Fleet Focus databases Equipment # Mileage Repair location Task Code Maintenance and repair Pricing State of Utah Purchasing Division Contracts –Towing –Auto body –Glass –Tires –Fleet Focus
Vehicle Services Center (VSC) Capabilities Efficient maintenance and repair authorization Cost competitiveness Accurate data capture Expedited repair and logistical knowledge Expertise in vehicle maintenance and repair ASE Certified Strong Negotiation Skills Previous experience in maintenance and repair fields
Vehicle Services Center (VSC) Capabilities Efficient maintenance and repair authorization Cost competitiveness Accurate data capture Expedited repair and logistical knowledge Expertise in vehicle maintenance and repair ASE Certified Strong Negotiation Skills Previous experience in maintenance and repair fields $2.2 Million in projected savings
Vehicle Services Center (VSC) Contacts FLT-UTAH –Vehicle questions –Roadside assistnce needs –Maintenance and repair vendor suggestions –Fuel locations –Operator questions –Accidents Vendors contact the VSC prior to performing services –All services need to be preauthorized
Vehicle Services Center (VSC) Where do we go from here –Human Services Fleet June 1, 2013 –497 vehicles –Cost Benefit Analysis September 2013 –DFO leased vehicle implementation January 1, 2014
CNG Vehicle Refueling Remove fuel nozzle from dispenser. Connect nozzle to vehicle Turn lever on dispenser to “on” Turn valve on hose nozzle to “on” position When fueling stops or slows down turn dispenser “off” Turn the hose nozzle valve to the “vent” position. You will hear a small discharge of CNG. Return the fueling nozzle to the dispenser.
Division of Fleet Operations Capital Credits –5 year availability Customer Service Meetings –What can DFO do for you?
DFO Updates 100 Best Fleets –Announced at Government Fleet Expo June 10-12, Government Green Fleet #4 in the Country
DFO Updates Best Fleets –Announced at Government Fleet Expo June 10-12, Government Green Fleet #4 in the Country Thank You!!
DFO Updates Sam Lee Division Director Gary Robertson Deputy Division Director Scott Bingham Fleet Manager Amanda Ronan Fleet Focus Anne Stehno Purchasing Agent Cerena Withers Accident Control Corry Hill Program Specialist Dan Black Public Safety Build Coordinator Eric Gardner ARI monitoring Eric Norton Draper Facility Gala Dumas Program Specialist Paul Ferguson Maintenance and Repair authorization Jeff Done Fuel Program Tami Nelson Travel Program Fleet.utah.gov