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The U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA) mission is to use expertise to provide innovative solutions for our customers in support of their missions and by so doing, foster an effective, sustainable, and transparent government for the American people.

GSA is a more diverse range of business lines compared with any number of large corporations. One of GSA's primary goals is to lead federal agencies in the economical and efficient management of federal assets by spearheading effective policy development and by the exemplary management of the buildings/workplaces, motor vehicles, and personal property provided by GSA.

 

GSA Automotive is the mandatory source for the purchase of federal agency vehicles. Vehicles covered by law include:

  • Alternative fuel vehicles
  • Ambulances
  • Buses
  • Light trucks
  • Medium and heavy trucks
  • Sedans
  • Station wagons
  • Wreckers and Carriers

GSA Fleet is a full-service, professional fleet management organization providing high quality vehicles to federal customers. This comprehensive leasing program offers complete management support for the lifecycle of the vehicle. Fleet services include:

  • Vehicle acquisition;
  • Asset management;
  • Maintenance and repair;
  • Fuel accident management;
  • Short-term rentals; and,
  • Vehicle remarketing.

GSA also offers used vehicles for sale in an auction environment at approximately 40 locations and online. Consumers can expect to find a mix of vehicle types hard to find anywhere else, including a wide selection of alternative fuel vehicles. Every sale is open to the public. Access to these low-mileage, well-maintained vehicles via auction comes without a registration or buyer’s fee. [data compiled from GSA official website]

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