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Govt. Vehicle Fuel/Maintenance Charge Accounts Projected at $535M in 2001

August 16, 2001

Government employees will spend nearly $19 billion using official credit cards this year, according to the Associated Press. As an indication of federal workers using their credit cards more frequently, federal fleet charge accounts, used for fuel and maintenance of government vehicles, have more than doubled in the past three years to a projected $535 million in 2001.
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