Vehicle Fleet Efficiency & Effectiveness
In 2007, the Office of Asset Enterprise Management (OAEM) assumed responsibility for VA’s environmental and transportation management programs. As a part of VA’s Energy Management Program (EMP) office, the Fleet Management Program oversees all aspects of the vehicle fleet management program for VA.
Today, VA’s vehicle fleet consists of over 20,000 owned and leased vehicles.
Please use the links below to learn more about VA’s fleet management program and our ongoing efforts.
|Fleet Requirement||Statute or Executive Order||Description|
|Optimize efficiency and performance, eliminate waste, and protect environment||Exective Order 13834||Reduce waste, cut costs, enhance resilience, and enable more effective accomplishment of mission|
|Reduce petroleum consumption||Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007 § 142||Reduce petroleum consumption by 20% and increase alternative fuel use by 10% by FY 15 and, continuing thereafter|
|Optimum fleet inventory, right-size fleets||41 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 102-34.45||Select vehicles with best fuel efficiency for fleet needs|
|Acquisition of AFVs||Energy Policy Act (EPAct) 1992 § 303||At least 75 percent of covered LDVs acquired in MSAs/CMSAs must be AFVs|
|Acquisition of low GHG-emitting vehicles||EISA § 141||Prohibits agencies from acquiring vehicles that are not low-GHG-emitting vehicles|
|Alternative fuel use in AFVs||EPAct 2005 § 701||All dual-fueled vehicles must use alternative fuel if reasonably available|
|Alternative fuel infrastructure||EISA § 246||Every federal fleet fueling center must install a renewable fuel pump|
Source: U.S. General Services Administration
Each Agency is required by section 13218 of the Energy Policy Act of 1992, 42 USC 13218(b), to make their annual fleet AFV compliance report publicly available. Below you will find links to VA’s current and prior year reports.
|FY 2017||FY 2016||FY 2015||FY 2014|
|FY 2013||FY 2012||FY 2011||FY 2010|
|FY 2009||FY 2008||FY 2007||FY 2009|