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Follow-Up Review on the Equipment Management Information System, Report No. 98-42, January 1999
 
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  • The Department of Management Services has taken some steps to enhance the Equipment Management Information System (EMIS) to meet agency fleet management needs. These steps have resulted in more agencies being satisfied with the performance of the current EMIS system. However, an improved system is still needed to assist agencies with their fleet management needs.
  • The 1998 Legislature appropriated $300,000 for the Department of Management Services to redesign EMIS. The department concluded through its research that redesigning EMIS would be more cost-effective than buying commercial fleet management software. However, the State Council on Competitive Government is still considering competitive bidding for a new system.

Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?

Department of Management Services
Support Program

What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?

  • Report No. 00-23 Review of the Department of Corrections, published in December 2000.
  • 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. 96-03 Review of the Use of Assigned State Vehicles, published on July 29, 1996
  • Report No. 96-02 Review of the Equipment Management Information System (EMIS), published on July 29, 1996.

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