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e-CFR Data is current as of April 17, 2014

Title 41: Public Contracts and Property Management


PART 109-39—INTERAGENCY FLEET MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS


Contents

Subpart 109-39.1—Establishment, Modification, and Discontinuance of Interagency Fleet Management Systems

§109-39.101   Notice of intention to begin a study.
§109-39.101-1   Agency cooperation.
§109-39.103   Agency appeals.
§109-39.105   Discontinuance or curtailment of service.
§109-39.105-2   Agency requests to withdraw participation.
§109-39.106   Unlimited exemptions.
§109-39.107   Limited exemptions.

Subpart 109-39.3—Use and Care of GSA Interagency Fleet Management System Vehicles

§109-39.300   General.
§109-39.301   Utilization guidelines.

Authority: 42 U.S.C. 7254.

Source: 63 FR 19636, Apr. 20, 1998, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart 109-39.1—Establishment, Modification, and Discontinuance of Interagency Fleet Management Systems

§109-39.101   Notice of intention to begin a study.

§109-39.101-1   Agency cooperation.

The Director, Office of Administrative Services and heads of field organizations for their respective organizations shall designate representatives to coordinate with GSA concerning the establishment of a GSA fleet management system to serve their organization.

§109-39.103   Agency appeals.

The Director, Office of Administrative Services and heads of field organizations for their respective organizations may appeal, or request exemption from, a determination made by GSA concerning the establishment of a fleet management system. A copy of the appeal or request shall be forwarded to the DPMO.

§109-39.105   Discontinuance or curtailment of service.

§109-39.105-2   Agency requests to withdraw participation.

Should circumstances arise that would tend to justify discontinuance or curtailment of participation by a DOE organization of a given interagency fleet management system, the participating organization should forward complete details to the DPMO for consideration and possible referral to the Administrator of General Services.

§109-39.106   Unlimited exemptions.

The Director, Office of Administrative Services and heads of field organizations for their respective organizations shall make the determination that an unlimited exemption from inclusion of a motor vehicle in a fleet management system is warranted. A copy of the determination shall be forwarded to GSA and to the DPMO.

§109-39.107   Limited exemptions.

The Director, Office of Administrative Services and heads of field organizations for their respective organizations shall seek limited exemptions from the fleet management system.

Subpart 109-39.3—Use and Care of GSA Interagency Fleet Management System Vehicles

§109-39.300   General.

(a)-(c) [Reserved]

(d) Motor equipment fleet managers shall ensure that operators and passengers in GSA Interagency Fleet Management System (IFMS) motor vehicles are aware of the prohibition against the use of tobacco products in these vehicles.

§109-39.301   Utilization guidelines.

DOE activities utilizing GSA IFMS motor vehicles will receive and review vehicle utilization statistics in order to determine if miles traveled justify vehicle inventory levels. Activities should retain justification for the retention of vehicles not meeting DOE utilization guidelines or established local use objectives, as appropriate. Those vehicles not justified for retention shall be returned to the issuing GSA interagency fleet management center.



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