The Prince William County Fleet Management Division was recognized for its performance.
According to a release from Prince William County, the Fleet Management Division has climbed 63 spot this year and now sits at 23 on The 100 Best Fleets in the Americas program. The purpose of this program is to recognize the achievements of the best fleets in North and South America.
“For county residents, it’s more in the context of public safety,” Prince William County Fleet Management Division Chief Edward A. Hamilton Sr. said in a release. “We’re ensuring that police, fire and sheriff department fleets are operational and able to respond to public safety requirements and emergencies.”
Some of the major reasons they’ve been recognized is due to their utilization of GPS in getting diagnostic information and ambition to turn the fleet green. The fleet has also improved the process of getting a vehicle and having it serviced. It has moved the process online as well as added a section where a customer can check the status of a repair.
The Fleet Management Division is always looking ahead to see what they can improve, according to Hamilton.
“We look at best practices and we look at solutions. Sometimes, we create those to make sure our fleet is reliable.” Hamilton added.
This article was written by Staff Writer Matthew Martino.