Content on Sustainable Federal Fleets is organized into the following sections:
- Federal Requirements—Guidance to help Federal agencies meet legislative and regulatory requirements, including fleet requirements by regulation and by topic, reporting requirements, and fleet annual reports.
- Performance Data—Fleet alternative fuel vehicle acquisitions and waivers, vehicle inventories, and fuel consumption data collected through the Federal Automotive Statistical Tool (FAST). A new interactive map shows the alternative fuel vehicles waived from meeting Energy Policy Act (EPAct) 2005 alternative fuel use requirements in 2012.
- Vehicle Technologies—Alternative fuel and advanced vehicle technologies that can lower the Federal Government's dependence on petroleum while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
- Fueling Infrastructure—Guidance surrounding infrastructure regulations, the infrastructure development process, and assistance in partnering with other entities to achieve Federal fleet management goals.
- Fleet Sustainability Dashboard—An application that tracks participating agencies' fleet fuel consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
- Fleet Analysis Services—FEMP services to help Federal agencies evaluate vehicle inventories, fleet composition, fuel consumption data, and alternative fuel availability to better manage vehicle fleets and meet Federal requirements.
- Working Group—The Interagency Committee on Alternative Fuels and Low Emission Vehicles (INTERFUEL) is committed to ensuring that Federal fleets comply with Federal laws and regulations affecting fleet policy, funding, and vehicle operations.
- Information Resources—Federal Fleet Files e-newsletter archives, FEMP fleet management resources, and related Federal fleet links and tools.
- Contacts—Federal Fleet Management contacts at DOE, NREL, and the Idaho National Laboratory.
The fleet management content currently on the FEMP website will soon be archived, so please update any bookmarks with the links above.