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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has replaced two-thirds of its fleet with vehicles that run on cleaner fuels, including biofuels and electricity, and is now working on further expanding electrification.

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Vision Fleet Added to GSA Schedule

Vision Fleet has been added to the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule under a five-year contract as a provider of transportation, delivery and relocation solutions to deploy electric-drive vehicles in federal fleets.

GSA Seeking EV Charging Infrastructure

The General Services Administration has extended a request for information for electric vehicle charging station equipment to Jan. 8 so it can receive additional contractor input.

Washington Dam's Electric Utility Vehicles

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has added 27 electric utility vehicles to Grand Coulee Dam to cut fossil fuel costs and meet green house gas emission goals for federal agencies. Read the full story here.

Obama Scales Back EV Goal for Fed Fleet

Only 7% of the vehicles purchased by the federal government during Obama's presidency were hybrid or battery electric powered, despite President Obama's call for 1 million such vehicles on the road by 2015.

Fed Fleet Gets Bi-Fuel CNG Pickups, Car Sharing

Federal fleet managers plan to add compressed natural gas (CNG) pickups, implement car-sharing, and establish a short-term rental program to increase fleet utilization, a GSA fleet director has announced.

Feds Ramping Up Purchase of Zero-Emission Vehicles

The federal government plans to increase its purchasing of zero-emission vehicles, following an executive order signed by President Obama requiring 50 percent of the federal fleet to be battery-electric or hydrogen vehicles by 2025.