Vision Fleet Added to GSA Schedule to Help Federal Agencies Adopt Electric Vehicles

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Innovative fleet management approach enables agencies to cost-effectively reduce GHG emissions

Vision Fleet today announced that it has been added to the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule to provide solutions for deploying electric-drive vehicles in federal fleets. Federal agencies now have access to Vision Fleet’s Total Cost of Ownership Miles-as-a-Service (TCO MaaS) solution, which bundles all the costs of owning an electric vehicle into a cost-effective per-mile rate. Vision Fleet’s approach allows agencies to meet and exceed aggressive sustainability mandates far faster than previously possible, while also equipping fleets with advanced mobility and reporting capabilities to improve fleet performance.

"The Vision Fleet model is blazing a national trail for government entities to decrease dependence on fossil fuels, increase efficiency, and equip employees with cleaner vehicles powered by cutting-edge technology," said Vision Fleet CEO Michael Brylawski."On the heels of clean energy success stories at the city and state level, we’re pleased to offer this pioneering fleet management approach to agencies across the federal government."

Vision Fleet’s integrated solution provides a simple, cost-effective, and low-risk pathway to deployment of electric vehicle fleets. Customers benefit from competitive and predictable pricing for a block of clean, alternatively fueled miles driven annually using Vision Fleet-provided vehicles. This not only enables compliance with zero emission and plug-in hybrid vehicle acquisition requirements, but also GHG emissions reduction targets, as well as telematics and asset-level data management objectives.

Vision Fleet, a Small Business Administration (SBA)-certified small business, was added to the GSA Schedule under a five-year contract as a provider of transportation, delivery and relocation solutions. To improve efficiency within the federal government, GSA establishes long-term, government-wide contracts with commercial firms to provide access to millions of commercial products and services at volume discount pricing. The federal government fleet currently includes more than 234,000 passenger vehicles.

Under its GSA contract, Vision Fleet will offer the following services: rapid fleet assessment to determine optimal fleet inventories and how fleet managers can integrate more efficient vehicles into their fleets; bulk procurement of zero emission, electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles; charging infrastructure; full program design and operational support, including real-time monitoring of vehicles, access to car-sharing technology, training, asset-level reporting and preventative maintenance of vehicles.

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Visit Vision Fleet in Booth #FL26 at the 2016 Fleet Expo at the Washington Auto Show (, January 26-28, 2016.


Vision Fleet is a full-service enabler and accelerator of plug-in vehicle adoption for America’s vehicle fleets. Our mission is to make it simpler and more affordable for organizations to deploy electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles while maintaining or improving their fleets’ operational performance. Vision Fleet is currently leading two of the nation’s largest deployments of electric vehicles in public fleets, with the City of Indianapolis and the City of Atlanta. Founded in 2013, Vision Fleet is headquartered in Los Angeles, with additional offices in Indianapolis, San Francisco, and Boulder. The executive team together brings decades of advanced fuel vehicle and fleet experience to the company’s operations and client work. Vision Fleet is backed by Vision Ridge Partners, a sustainability-oriented investment firm based in Boulder, Colorado, that seeks to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon future.

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