Federal Policy and Guidance

  • FuelMaster System Supports Opening of Navy's First Alternative Fueling Station in Hawaii
    When Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii officially opened the first of three ethanol 85 (E85) fueling stations planned for the Navy’s fleet of flex-fuel vehicles, it did so with support from Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic’s Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) systems and applications sub-portfolio. The sub-portfolio’s employees designed, engineered and installed the system that authorizes and tracks fuel transactions at the station.

  • DLA Fleet Management Plan FY 2013
    The DLA fleet is operationally decentralized, with Field Activities around the globe. For the purposes of this Fleet Management Plan (FMP), only domestic vehicles are included. Vehicle missions range from providing administrative support to using pallet trucks for transfer of material between warehouses (shipping and receiving), and pickup trucks with utility boxes for tools needed for maintenance or some other work purpose (e.g., plumbers, electricians, etc.). Management of this geographically dispersed and diverse fleet operation is an ongoing challenge.

  • Analysis of Non-Tactical Vehicle Utilization at Fort Carson, CO
    The Department of Defense (DOD) is considering integration of electric vehicles into its non-tactical vehicle (NTV) fleet to support efficiency goals and sustainable power initiatives.

Last Modified: 10 November 2015 at 07:33