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Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association Endorses CAFM, CAFS Programs

April 13, 2009 - Press Release

PRINCETON, NJ – The Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association (RMFMA) announced it has joined a coalition of organizations exclusively endorsing and offering to its members the Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) and Certified Automotive Fleet Supervisor (CAFS) programs.

The CAFM and CAFS programs are the world's preeminent certification programs for individuals proving their expertise in the core disciplines of automotive fleet management. The CAFM program tests for expertise in asset management, business management, financial management, fuel management,  information management, maintenance management, professional development, and risk management.  The CAFS program tests for expertise in information management, fuel management, maintenance management, and professional development.

"The CAFM and CAFS programs set the standard of excellence in fleet management," said RMFMA President Keith Swearingen, fleet services supervisor for the City of Casa Grande, Ariz.  "RMFMA is proud to endorse these programs and offer them to our members."

In addition to RMFMA, the CAFM and CAFS programs are exclusively endorsed by NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA) and the Conference of State Fleet Administrators (NCSFA).

"The CAFM and CAFS programs are the only individual fleet certification programs to be university accredited," noted NAFA President Gayle Pratt, global fleet manager at Ecolab.  "There is tremendous appeal for every CAFM and CAFS graduate - as well as certification candidates - knowing they can earn up to 12 college credits from Ferris State University in Michigan for earning their certification."

The CAFM program is also the oldest and largest fleet certification program in the world.  There are more than 225 CAFM graduates and nearly 500 individuals enrolled in the program.  The CAFS program, which was announced in December 2008 and officially launches in April 2009, already has dozens of enrollments.   The CAFM and CAFS programs are administered by NAFA's professional, full-time staff and directed by a diverse, ten-member Certification Board, with support from university and other fleet organization partners.

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About Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association

The Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association is a non-profit organization for public and private fleets, and their suppliers. RMFMA serves fleets that range in size from less than 25 vehicles to more than 3500 vehicles. We currently have chapters in six (6) states (Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah). RMFMA does not require that you be in a state where we have a chapter to join. If you would like more information or to join the Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association, please visit

About NAFA Fleet Management Association

NAFA Fleet Management Association is a not-for-profit, individual membership professional society serving the needs of members who manage fleets of sedans, public safety vehicles, trucks, and buses of all types and sizes, and a wide range of military and off-road equipment for organizations across the globe. NAFA is the association for the vehicle fleet management profession. NAFA's Full and Associate Members are responsible for the specification, acquisition, maintenance, and remarketing of more than 3.5 million vehicles - including in excess of 1.1 million trucks. In fact, NAFA Members across the North American continent have more than 350,000 medium- and heavy-duty trucks in their fleets, totaling more than $21 billion dollars in assets for medium- and heavy-duty trucks alone. For more information visit


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