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FedFleet 2010: Showcasing Achievement, Success, Federal Fleet Files Contact
.Ph .The FEMP Federal fleet team continually strives to
FedFleet 2010 was a resounding success with 1,613 attendees, 180 increase outreach to Federal fleet managers. This
exhibitors, and 78 vehicles on display in the exhibit hall. Attendees were publication provides updates on regulatory issues
given the opportunity to learn from U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and reporting deadlines, highlights success stories
officials who facilitated and presented in 14 workshops. Overview of E.O. and best practices, promotes upcoming events, and
13514 and Fleet Master Guidance Handbook, Foundation for Success: informs fleets on the expanding availability of
Building Fuel Infrastructure Partnerships, and Hot Topics in Federal alternative fueling stations. For comments or to
Fleets gave Federal fleet professionals the information and resources to subscribe to Federal Fleet Files, contact Ryan
help them meet Federal mandates. Daley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendees were also able to attend two extended workshops that brought
them together with alternative fuel providers in The Fuel Up Project:
Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Development with Industry Representatives. These workshops focused on helping attendees
improve fleet management and incorporate alternative fuels into fleet programs.
A DOE electric vehicles (EVs) workshop covered the basics of owning and operating EVs. Another workshop aimed to help
agencies "get to green" on their Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Transportation Scorecards. This workshop included
officials from OMB and provided attendees with the opportunity to speak directly to those who oversee their agency programs.
DOE and General Services Administration's (GSA's) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) also taught three workshops on green
vehicle acquisitions to help agencies find the right green vehicle to meet their mission.
Copies of presentations provided in the workshops listed above are available by contacting Ryan Daley at the National
Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) at email@example.com.
Save the Date: 2010 Regional EPAct Workshops
The DOE State and Alternative Fuel Provider Fleets Program is sponsoring a series of Regional EPAct Workshops in 2010. The
workshops provide technical, regulatory, and networking support to assist EPAct-regulated fleets and alternative fuel
stakeholders in overcoming alternative fuel deployment barriers.
The next 2010 Regional EPAct Workshops will be held Thursday, September 16 in San Francisco, California and Thursday,
October 14 in Boston, Massachusetts. Federal agencies should provide point of contact information in the San Francisco and
Boston areas to Ryan Daley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Workshop information and updates are available at www.eere.energy.gov/
Fleet Technical Assistance Programs
A call for fleet technical assistance projects and a data call will be announced soon. The objective of these programs is to assist
Federal fleets in more effectively using tax dollars to meet or exceed Federal fleet requirements while meeting mission needs.
Stay tuned for updates on these opportunities.
The GreenGov Symposium, held October 5-7 at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., will bring together
leaders from Federal, state, and local governments; nonprofit and academic communities; and the private sector to identify
opportunities around greening the Federal Government. More information is available at www.gwu.edu/explore/aboutgw/
At GOVGreen 2010, November 9-10 in Washington, D.C., attendees will find the resources, education, networking, and hands-
on training needed to green government operations and management. More information is available at www.govgreen.org/
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