These resources are useful tools to help you navigate through and make better use of services and programs provided by the Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) and related entities.



Recent legislation and Executive Orders (EOs) have moved the Department of General Services (DGS) Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) into a more comprehensive policy role, expanding OFAM's duties and reporting responsibilities.

While state agencies are responsible for managing their fleets, the DGS has been assigned the lead role in administering statewide policy governing the purchase, operation, maintenance, and disposition of mobile equipment for state agencies and departments under the Governor's direct executive authority. View OFAM's Policies

Petroleum Reduction Plan

Petroleum Reduction

The Department of General Services (DGS) Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) has created a Petroleum Reduction Advisory Committee to develop a plan outlined in AB 236.

Warehouse Consolidation Study

The Warehouse Consolidation Study (PDF) was conducted by OFAM and RESD. Section I of this Study consists of a survey of 65 warehouses whereby opportunities for consolidation, eliminating unnecessary materials, and reducing warehouse space was conducted. Section II is a new addition containing a case study conducted at OFAM’s warehouse in Natomas. This case study illustrates and explains the inventory confirmation process for items stored greater than five years at OFAM’s transit storage warehouse. This process resulted in the reduction of over 9,000 cubic feet of items that were being stored by 22 different agencies. It will also result in savings of approximately $125,000.00 to state agencies. Section II of this report also contains some general observations applicable to all agencies to ensure that they are not storing unneeded items. These principles and guidelines are encompassed in a (Proposed) Draft Management Memo that is currently being reviewed and will become finalized over the next few days.


Archived OFAM programs and services can be viewed here

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California Code of Regulation (CCR) Section 95550 (Regulation for Under Inflated Vehicle Tires)
The California Air Resources Board (ARB) has recently adopted a regulation governing automobile tire inflation practices that will assist with the State's effort to reduce green house gas emission. This regulation took effect on September 1, 2010.

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