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Executive Fleet Vehicles

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In May of 2011, the Presidential Memorandum on Federal Fleet Performance was released, addressing the future of the Federal Government vehicle fleet.

As a part of the memo, Agencies are required to identify all executive fleet vehicles and determine if any are larger than a midsize sedan or are not alternatively fueled.  Executive fleet vehicles are being defined as vehicles used primarily to transport Senior Executives (including Heads of Agencies, Senior Executive Service (SES) employees, and General Officers).

Information collected is required to be posted on a public website.  VA’s executive fleet vehicle information can be found below.

Executive Vehicle Report for the Department of Veterans Affairs (as of 09/30/2013)

The following executive fleet vehicles are larger than a midsize vehicle or are not alternative fuel vehicles:

Assigned Office Vehicle Description No. of
Fuel Configuration
Office of Security and Law Enforcement 2011 Cadillac DTS 1 Gasoline or E85
Office of Security and Law Enforcement 2010 Lincoln Town Car 1 Gasoline or E85
Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) 2013 Ford Explorer 1 Gasoline
National Cemetery Administration (NCA) 2009 Chrysler 300 1 Gasoline
Veterans Health Administration (VHA) 2008 Chrysler Aspen 1 Gasoline or E85

All other Executive Vehicles are in compliance with the requirements.