The consultant firm will provide strategies for fleet electrification and management lifecycle, encompassing zero-emission vehicles, charging infrastructure, utilities, and facility management. - Photo: Pixabay/paulbr75

The consultant firm will provide strategies for fleet electrification and management lifecycle, encompassing zero-emission vehicles, charging infrastructure, utilities, and facility management.

Photo: Pixabay/paulbr75

The U.S. General Services Administration Office of Fleet Management (GSA Fleet) has selected Guidehouse, a provider of consulting services to public sector and commercial clients, to support federal offices and agencies in electrifying the U.S. government’s fleet.

GSA Fleet will play a significant role in creating a comprehensive strategy to deploy zero-emissions vehicles (ZEVs) as part of President Biden’s agenda to address the climate crisis, as outlined in Executive Order 14008.

Guidehouse’s team of mobility experts and management consultants will leverage in-house datasets, frameworks, and analytics tools — including Guidehouse’s fleet software suite — to provide analytics, reporting, training, and real-time dashboards across GSA Fleet customer fleets, facilities, and fueling infrastructure.

Once complete, Guidehouse will have assisted GSA Fleet with identifying and recommending strategies to optimize ZEV deployment and adoption across the federal government for over 200,000 vehicles.

Originally posted on Government Fleet

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