Personal Property/Fleet

Fleet Management

In order to execute its diverse mission, the Department requires a large motor vehicle fleet. The Department’s motor vehicle fleet of more than 30,000 units includes approximately 12,000 alternative fueled vehicles (AFVs), including Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV). DOI manages its fleet through decentralized execution at each bureau, with guidance, policy, and oversight provided by the Office of Acquisition and Property Management.


The nature of DOI’s mission requires a motor vehicle fleet capable of handling rugged terrain to transport Interior employees and volunteers to and from remote locations to support multiple mission activities.  In addition, DOI’s mission critical vehicles are used to support and transport staff, scientific and mission-related equipment, law enforcement, emergency response (fire and ambulances), maintenance (special purpose), and collections of scientific data.  The DOI fleet, therefore, mainly consists of light and medium-duty trucks, vans and sport-utility vehicles (approximately 80 percent).  Larger vehicles are required to transport boats and other miscellaneous trailers that carry heavy loads of specialized equipment. 


Federal Fleet Report 

Personal Property Management

The Personal Property Program within the Office of Acquisition and Property Management provides policy, oversight, and coordination of bureau/office programs to define responsibilities and ensure consistency and accountability of property and equipment under the custody and control of the Department. The program tiers from the regulations in the Federal Management Regulations (FMR) found in the Code of Federal Regulations at 41 CFR 102.


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