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2018 Special Session I

Budget Bill - HB5002 (Introduced)

Department of General Services

Item 79

Item 79

First Year - FY2019Second Year - FY2020
Transportation Pool Services (82300)$19,774,962$20,162,297
Statewide Vehicle Management Services (82302)FY2019 $19,774,962FY2020 $20,162,297
Fund Sources: 
Internal ServiceFY2019 $19,774,962FY2020 $20,162,297

Authority: Title 2.2, Chapter 11, Article 7; § 2.2-120, Code of Virginia.


A. The appropriation for Statewide Vehicle Management Services is sum sufficient and amounts shown are estimates from an internal service fund which shall be paid from revenues derived from charges to agencies for fleet management services.


B. Charges for central fleet vehicles leased by state agencies and institutions shall be the vehicle purchase cost and interest charges amortized over a period of 84 months or less, in addition to a standard monthly operating charge of $127.32 the first year and $127.32 the second year per vehicle for the cost of maintenance and support.


C. In addition to providing services to state agencies and institutions, fleet management services may also be provided to local public bodies on a fee for service basis in accordance with established Department of General Services Fleet Management policies and procedures.


D. The Department of General Services shall manage the Commonwealth's consolidation of bulk and commercial fuel contracts awarded in response to Chapter 879, Acts of Assembly of 2008, Item 1-83 C. The intent of this consolidation is to leverage the Commonwealth's state and local public entities, gasoline and diesel fuel purchase volume to achieve the most favored pricing from private sector fuel providers, and reduce procurement administration workload from state agencies, institutions, local government entities, and other authorized users of awarded contracts that would have otherwise procured and contracted separately for these commodities.


E. The Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of General Services may enter into a comprehensive agreement, or multiple comprehensive agreements, pursuant to the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act – 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.), to achieve the purposes of § 2.2-1176 (B) and result in the replacement of state-owned or operated vehicles with vehicles that operate on alternative fuels. Any agreement entered into must be cost neutral or result in a reduction in the Commonwealth's combined vehicle acquisition and operational costs, and result in lower environmental emissions. The agreements shall not be subject to the requirements found in Title 30, Chapter 42, Code of Virginia (§ 30-278 et. seq.). The Director, Department of General Services, in consultation with the Governor's Senior Advisor on Energy and the Secretary of Finance, shall determine whether the agreement is cost neutral or results in cost savings to the Commonwealth.


F. The comprehensive agreement referenced in paragraph E. above, may allow for the Department of General Services (DGS) to establish alternative fuels (natural gas, propane, electric) fueling sites at its office of fleet management facility in Richmond, Virginia. Such sites may be open to the general public for the purchase of alternative fuels when such fuels are not available on the retail market within 10 miles of the DGS fleet management facility. Rates for fuel purchased by the general public will be established by the private vendor operating the fueling site. In emergency situations or fuel shortages, the Commonwealth retains the ability to restrict access to such sites as necessary.