More than 1,700 attendees registered for FedFleet 2011. The event offers a one-stop educational experience that consolidates fleet management, automotive procurement, aviation and marine educational sessions into a single venue. GSA Photo.
Aircraft Policy Director Robert Galloway was one of the presenters on the first day of FedFleet's aviation classes.The Interagency Committee for Aviation Policy has developed an Aviation Safety Officer Certificate program that establishes the prerequisites for earning and maintaining an ICAP-approved certificate as a qualified, Federal Aviation Safety Officer. GSA Photo.
FedFleet 2011 emcee David DeBoy and GSA's Karl Wolfe, promoting the conference charity via the "Pajama Program," cut the ribbon for the opening of the exhibit hall. Participants had opportunities to network with other vendors, Federal, State, Local Government, and private sector fleet managers, alternative fuel vehicle manufacturers, and many others from associated industries. GSA Photo.
More than 400 people attended the optional all-day Basic Fleet class. FedFleet 2011 offered two trainings (one for aviation, one for fleet) devoted to hearing from GSA customers on aligning agency operational needs and goals with government-wide asset management policies. GSA Photo.
The Department of Homeland Security was one of several participating agencies at FedFleet 2011. FedFleet is the premier "vehicle" for Federal agencies, the private sector, and other governmental entities to interact on vehicle management issues. GSA Photo.