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15% Fleet Reduction Plan

15% Fleet Reduction Plan

The Governor's Executive Order (EO) S-14-09 directs the Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) to coordinate the reduction of the State's fleet by 15%.

SB 552 Report

State Fleet Vehicle Acquisitions Reporting

Senate Bill (SB) 552 (PDF), Burton, Chapter 737 Statutes of 2003, (Public Resources Code §25722 and 25722.5) requires the state to minimize the economic and environmental costs due to the use of petroleum-based fuels. One element of this statute requires state agencies to annually report prescribed fleet data to the Department of General Services (DGS).

Results

Completing the SB 552 Report

Download the Excel template below for complete instructions.

State-Owned and Leased Moto Vehicle Report - Management Memo (MM) 06-05 (PDF) Supersedes MM 04-22

2007 Excel Template

Petroleum Reduction Advisory Committee

Petroleum Reduction Advisory Committee Members

Kathy Hicks Department of General Services
Rick Shedd Department of General Services
Rick Slama Department of General Services
Edward Benelli Department of Toxic Substances Control
Bob Boughton Department of Toxic Substances Control
Dale Greep Department of Transportation
Phil Garthe Department of Transportation
Debra Moreno Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Lourdes Conrad Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Nina Martinez Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Cara Vallot Department of Motor Vehicles
Case Belltawn Department of Parks and Recreation
Bo Bohanan Department of Fish & Game
Charlene Minnick California State University
Dean Simeroth Air Resources Board
Mike Trujillo California Energy Commission


AB 236

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 (Chapter 593, Statutes of 2007, Assembly Member Lieu). Participation on the committee is open to state agencies that maintain or purchase vehicles for the state fleet.

DGS staff will take the lead on collecting input from the committee members, assembling a draft petroleum reduction plan based on the committee's input, and submitting the draft plan to the Secretary of the State and Consumer Services Agency for review and final approval.

Public Resources Code

25722.8. (a) On or before July 1, 2009, the Secretary of State and Consumer Services, in consultation with the Department of General Services and other appropriate state agencies that maintain or purchase vehicles for the state fleet, including the campuses of the California State University, shall develop and implement, and submit to the Legislature and the Governor, a plan to improve the overall state fleet's use of alternative fuels, synthetic lubricants, and fuel-efficient vehicles by reducing or displacing the consumption of petroleum products by the state fleet when compared to the 2003 consumption level based on the following schedule:

(1) By January 1, 2012, a 10-percent reduction or displacement.

(2) By January 1, 2020, a 20-percent reduction or displacement.

(b) Beginning April 1, 2010, and annually thereafter, the Department of General Services shall provide to the Department of Finance and the appropriate legislative committees of the Legislature a progress report on meeting the goals specified in subdivision (a). The Department of General Services shall also make the progress report available on its Internet Web site.

State Fleet Petroleum Reduction Advisory Committee Charter (PDF)

11-25-08 Committee Meeting Agenda and Minutes

01-06-09 Committee Meeting Agenda and Minutes

01-29-09 Committee Meeting Agenda and Minutes

03-03-09 Committee Meeting Agenda and Minutes

Evaluation of High Efficiency Oil Filters in the State Fleet (PDF) A report by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control for the California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB)

Public Comments

Evergreen Public Comments (PCs) (PDF)

Evergreen Oil PCs (PDF)

Green Paper PC's (PDF)

Smog Check PC's (PDF)

Asset Works Integration (PDF)

Issued Patent Information (PDF)

Specification Sheet 3500 (PDF)

Reference Materials

Fleet Cards - Reporting of Alternative Fuel (PDF)

California Department of Transportation Power Point (PDF)

Government Fleet Expo & Conference 2008 Power Point (PDF)

Networkfleet Cost/Benefit Calculator (MS Excel format)

Alternative Fuel Use Among California Fleets (PDF)

Fleet Industry Notes (PDF)

Reducing Petroleum Consumption through Fleet Management (PDF)

Fleet News (PDF)

Propane as a Transportation Fuel (PDF)

Lower Your Fleet Management Costs (PDF)

Two Billion Cars: Driving Towards Sustainability
Foreword by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (ISBN 978-0-19-537664-7)

California Public Contract Code (PCC) § 10405-10409

CA PCC §12209 (e)

Related Links

Government Accountability Office

Consultant Report for the California Energy Commission (CEC)

Vehicle Acquisition Methodology

Enhanced Efficiency Costing Methodology for Passenger Cars and Light-Duty Vehicles

Per Public Resources Code 25722.6 the Department of General Services (DGS) has developed a purchase methodology for vehicles to reduce petroleum consumption and vehicle-related emissions of criteria pollutants. In addition to a vehicle's purchase price the state will compute and evaluate the discounted present value (DPV) of the cost of fuel to operate the vehicle over its useful life and the cost of pollutants emitted by the vehicle over its useful life.

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program (AFVP)

CNG Vehicle Mileage Information

The driving range of a Honda Civic compressed natural gas (CNG) dedicated (CNG only) sedan with a full tank filled at 3,600 psi is 200 - 225 miles of freeway driving or 34 mpg. The city/highway mileage is 30/34. Most CNG stations fill at 3,600 psi (fuel-fill pressure) but if the vehicle is filled at 3,000 psi the range will decrease proportionately. You can determine if the vehicle is filled at a lower psi, or not completely full, if the fuel gauge points to the lower full mark (the gauge has 2 full marks). When the low fuel indicator turns on the driver will have at least 30 miles of fuel left.

The Chevy Cavalier bi-fuel sedan (CNG and gasoline) CNG sedan has 120 mile range at 3600 psi on the freeway from the CNG tank with an additional 350 miles on the gasoline tank.

Fuel Locations:
Ethanol, Propane, and CNG: (http://www.cleancarmaps.com/home)

New CNG Station Opening in Oakland CA

Clean Energy is pleased to announce the opening of a new state-of-the-art CNG station in Oakland, CA.

The station is located one half mile south of the Oakland Coliseum at the CFN Olympian station, 8515 San Leandro Street, Oakland, CA (Near 85th Street and San Leandro Street).

The CNG station accepts Visa, MasterCard, Voyager and Clean Energy fueling cards.

The two fast-fill dispensers (four hoses) are located at the back of the site and dispense both 3000psi and 3600psi pressures. The 800 scfm compressors will provide excellent 100% fast-fill capability to a range of vehicles including taxi, shuttle, refuse trucks, buses and other vehicles.

3rd CNG Station Opens in Oakland, CA

Clean Energy is pleased to announce the opening of a new state-of-the-art CNG station in downtown Oakland, CA, the third serving the area.

The station is located by the Port of Oakland, at 205 Brush Street, Oakland, CA (Near 2nd Street and Embarcadero) and is open to the public and government fleets 24 hours a day.

The CNG station accepts Visa, MasterCard, Voyager and Clean Energy fueling cards.

The compressors will provide excellent 100% fast-fill capability to a range of vehicles including taxi, shuttle, refuse trucks, buses and other vehicles.

Fleet Operations

Archive listing of vehicle sold at the August, 2009 'Great CA Garage Sale'

Waste Reduction Program

The Office of Fleet & Asset Management (OFAM) continues to support the California Integrated Waste Management Board's (CIWMB) goal to reduce solid waste disposal, manage the estimated 66 million tons of waste generated in California each year, and ensure environmentally safe solid waste facilities.

Used tire management, use of re-refined oil, procurement of recycled content products, and enhancement of standards established by state and Federal laws regarding the handling, transportation, and disposal of hazardous materials are a number of waste reduction procedures the OFAM has in place.

The OFAM Recycle Coordinator prepares and submits the AB 75 (Recycling) Annual Report to the CIWMB. Recycle representatives from each OFAM State Garage (Fresno, Los Angeles, Van Nuys, San Diego, Oakland, and Sacramento) prepare monthly waste reduction, recycle reports for the Recycle Coordinator.

Recycle Tips

  • Contact a local paper recycle hauler for designated recycle bins to store white paper, mixed paper, plastic, glass, batteries, etc.
  • Retain all tonage receipts, weight tags, hazardous waste manifests, and tire removal receipts.
  • Document all new waste reduction procedures and forward them to the Recycle Coordinator.

Business Waste Reduction

Office Paper Reduction Campaign (Tips to start a recycling program)

Waste Reduction Posters (Printable poster as reminder of recycling programs)

Waste Reduction Ideas for Offices (Creative ways to prevent waste)

California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) (Additional information regarding AB 75 and Waste Reduction and Recycling)

For more information about OFAM's Recycling Program, contact: Scott Fong, Recycle Coordinator | Office: 916.928.9814

Surplus Property & Reutilization (SP&R) program

CSPS Release Memo (PDF)

CSPS Dept. Memo (PDF)


CA Federal Surplus Personal Property (CFSPP) Program Announcement

Dear Valued Customers,

The Federal Surplus Property Program will be adjusting its service and handling fees beginning July 1, 2012. As implemented, the new fees will be the greater of either $100 or 7% of an item’s Original Acquisition Cost. However, the service and handling fees for livestock will continue to be the greater of either $100 or $20 a head, and all aircraft over $100,000 shall remain at the $5,000 service and handling fee.

The Federal Surplus Team strives to provide you with excellent customer service and quality products. We look forward to working with you and continuing to provide the same high level of customer service you have come to enjoy.