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The Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) provides general oversight of the state’s vehicle and mobile equipment fleet, and ensures compliance with state and federal environmental, energy, and fiscal policies; the Office provides a fleet of rental cars to support state agencies’ transportation needs; manages DGS’ parking facilities; oversees the reutilization of state and federal surplus property; disposes of state surplus property; manages the state’s travel planning programs; and provides short-term warehouse services.

Our Key Services

Alternative Fuels Vehicle Program Services

The Alternative Fuels Vehicle Program (AFVP) provides alternative fuel vehicle solutions for service-wide state travelers and to green the state fleet.

EO B-2-11 Fleet Reduction Plan

OFAM has prepared information and tools to implement the Governor's Executive Order B-2-11 Fleet Reduction Plan. These guidelines and tools include plan and reduction submission schedules as well as a structured fleet analysis and allocation tool kit that each state agency and department will be required to use for their fleet analysis, plan preparation, and implementation. These tools will also ensure that standardized metrics are being considered by all state agencies and departments when analyzing their fleet assets and home storage permits.

Fleet Analysis and Reporting

OFAM's Fleet Analysis and Reporting Unit manages the state's vehicle and mobile equipment fleet by developing and implementing policies for the purchase, lease, replacement, use, maintenance and disposal of state vehicles.

The Fleet Asset Management System (FAMS) warehouses data on all state-owned mobile equipment to be used to comply with state and federal mandates and reporting requirements.

Fleet and Inspection Services

OFAM's Fleet Operations offers short and long-term vehicle leasing and routine repair and maintenance.

OFAM provides inspection services and consultation for the repair, maintenance, purchase of state-owned mobile equipment, and disposal of state-owned mobile equipment at state auctions.

Fleet Call Center

In an effort to address issues previously handled by our ancillary garages located in Los Angeles, Fresno, Oakland, and San Diego, the OFAM has established a new Call Center to provide statewide customer service and instruction to our leased vehicle customers. Find more information and answers in our Frequently Asked Questions (PDF) document. As always, our goal is to provide you with excellent customer service, and to meet your transportation needs in the most effective and efficient way possible.

Public Auction Services

Receive E-mail Notifications of Public Auctions To receive e-mail notification of upcoming auctions, subscribe your e-mail address to the DGS Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) Surplus Property and Surplus Automotive Auction notification system.

OFAM provides three types of public auction services to dispose of state vehicles, mobile equipment and surplus property: online, vehicle and surplus property.

Online Auction Services OFAM holds online state surplus property and vehicle auctions in addition to our current live auctions in Davis and Sacramento.

Surplus Personal Property Auction Services Approximately every six weeks a public auction is held to dispose of state surplus personal property at the Surplus Property and Reutilization (SPR) Warehouse. Common items available are laptops, printers, cell phones, office furniture, computers, bikes, tools, cameras, jewelry and much more.

Surplus Automotive Equipment Auction Services Usually on the second Wednesday of selected months a public auction is held to dispose of state surplus vehicles and mobile equipment at our Davis Auction Yard. If you are in the market for a car, truck, SUV, van, alternative fuel vehicle, boat, trailer, golf cart or construction equipment then look no further.

State and Federal Surplus Personal Property Programs

OFAM has state-owned surplus property available to state agencies, local government, school districts and non-profit organizations, as well as the proper allocation of federal surplus personal property to California's qualified recipients.

Statewide Parking and Commute Services

The State Employee Parking and Commute program is responsible for administering state parking polices and provides consultation regarding commute management programs.

Statewide Travel Programs

OFAM provides efficient and cost-effective statewide travel services to government entities.

Warehousing Services

OFAM's Transit Storage provides state agencies with warehousing services.

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How to Contact the Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM):

Visit the About Us page for OFAM Contact and Facility information.