The Florida Legislature
Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability
Review of the Use of Assigned State Vehicles, Report No. 96-03, July 1996
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- Some state-owned vehicles are being used largely for employee commuting rather than job duties.
- Some law enforcement managers do not need fully-equipped pursuit vehicles.
- The state could save up to $5 million by reassigning low-usage cars to agency motor pools, recovering employee commuting costs, and providing standard cars with portable emergency equipment to law enforcement supervisors.
Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?
Department of Management Services
What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?
- Report No. 02-31 Status Report: Improved State Vehicle Management Could Save Florida Up to $2.4 Million Annually, published in May 2002.
- Report No. 01-35 Progress Report: Management Services Makes Progress by Implementing OPPAGA Recommendations, published in August 2001.
- Report No. 98-12 Follow-Up Report on the Use of Assigned State Vehicles and Personal Vehicle Use by State Employees, published in September 1998.
- Report No. 96-12 Review of Personal Vehicle Use By State Employees, published on October 16, 1996.
- Report No. 96-08 Review of State Vehicle Maintenance, published on September 25, 1996.
- Report No. 96-02 Review of the Equipment Management Information System, published on July 29, 1996.
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