Automotive maintenance and repair vendors may contact the Mobile Equipment Maintenance and Repair Vendor Program to become an Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) approved vendor for mobile equipment maintenance and repairs.
Information and eligibility guidelines to participate in the Federal Surplus Property Donee program
State-owned surplus personal property and mobile equipment is available to the general public at regularly scheduled public auctions.
Individuals who suspect state vehicles are not being used properly should report the suspicion or incident to the Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) Citizen Complaints staff | 1416 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 | Email: FleetServices@dgs.ca.gov | Toll Free: 855.611.OFAM (6326)
Requests for Public Records Californians have a right under the California Public Records Act, the California Constitution, and the Governor's Executive Order S-03-06, to access public information maintained by government agencies.
Direct requests for OFAM public information to the Office of Fleet and Asset Management, Public Records Officer, Heidi Odell | 1700 National Drive, Sacramento, CA 95834 | Email: Heidi.Odell@dgs.ca.gov | Office: 916.928.3827 | Fax: 916.928.4635
Media Inquiries For media inquiries involving OFAM please call the Department of General Services (DGS) Public Affairs Office at 916.376.5037. You may also contact the DGS Public Affairs Office at DGSPublicAffairs@dgs.ca.gov.
State-owned surplus property is available to local government, school districts and non-profit organizations
The Office of Risk and Insurance Management (ORIM) administers the State Motor Vehicle Self Insurance Account (SMVIA), providing automobile liability self-insurance coverage to state employees who drive any of the State's owned or leased motor vehicles on state business.
ORIM General Claims Information or Accident Reporting:
Toll Free: 800.900.3634 | Local: 916.376.5302 | Fax: 916.376.5277 | Email: Claims@dgs.ca.gov
For instructions on reporting a vehicle liability accident see Post Accident Procedures for State Drivers (WORD)
A STD 269 Accident Identification (interactive PDF) card shall be carried in the glove compartment of all State vehicles.
All vehicle accidents must be reported within 48 hours on a STD 270 Vehicle Accident Report (interactive PDF).
A STD 274 State Driver Accident Review (interactive PDF) form must be completed within five (5) days from the date of an accident. This form is required for ALL accidents regardless of who was hurt, what property was damaged, or who was responsible.
Search for all standard (STD) forms using the Office of State Publishing's (OSP) search engine.
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By Mail:Office of Fleet and Asset Management, IMS A-011700 National Drive, Sacramento, CA 95834
By Phone or Fax:Phone: 916.928.2550Fax: 916.928.4635
By Email:Email: ContactOFAM@dgs.ca.gov
Visit the About Us page for specific OFAM Contact and Facility information.