In The Media
ACSF Prevails at GSA, Pentagon Next: Fleets and Fuels
Opinion: GSA Opts for Clean-Fueled Vendors: Transport Topics
Feds Move to Choose Vendors Based On Environmental Performance: Sustainable Business.com
New $1.5B Federal Delivery Contract To Encourage Cleaner Trucking: Pollution Online
GSA Urged to Spur Alternative Fuel Vehicles in $1.5 Billion Contract for Deliveries: Wall Street Journal
Morning Transportation: DELIVERY: Politico
An upcoming five-year government-wide contract for package delivery services is a prime opportunity for the Obama Administration to make good on commitments to reduce America’s oil dependence and cut greenhouse gas emissions related to contract transportation services.
It’s time for the government to be a trendsetter for clean fuel trucking by starting at its own loading docks. GSA’s next government-wide contract for package delivery services known as DDS3 should have annual targets for increasing the use of alternative fuels and provide contract incentives for superior environmental performance.
ACSF’s Letter to Acting GSA Administrator Daniel M. Tangherlini
ACSF’s Memorandum to GSA
Vice Admiral Dennis V. McGinn, USN (Ret.), ACORE CEO and President, Letter of Support
Graham Richard, Advanced Energy Economy CEO, Letter of Support
Brian P. Wynn, Electric Drive Transportation Association President, Letter of Support