When it comes to effective fleet management and planning, strategic thinking can make a real difference. It helps align the benefits and expenses with current operational and maintenance objectives. Fleet managers and public works agencies are meeting challenges to find efficiencies and become more strategic. They are finding ways to optimize their fleet and manage the uncertainty in changing times by proactively evolving from tactical fleet management to strategic performance. This session will share how different local agencies are managing their fleet assets while evaluating budget options based on smart technologies and tools. Panelists will share best practices for high quality fleet, fleet electrification and supply chain issues through robust approaches and efforts. The intent is to share leadership and management strategies that any agency can use to effectively navigate challenging times while maintaining the expected service levels.

Read More: January 2021 APWA Article | Fleet Management: Benchmarking and best practices in the new digital era

The Florida LTAP Center is pleased to partner with the American Public Works Association (APWA) Florida Chapter to bring you this Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion.

By viewing this session, participants will be better able to:

✔ Discuss high quality fleet and maintenance management programs.
✔ Identify best practices to effectively manage fleet assets proactively.
✔ Promote the benefits of robust approach and efforts for higher return on investments.


◾ Philip Berdolt – Deputy Commissioner of Public Works at Suffolk County in New York.
◾ Henry Canipe – Asset Management and Engineering Division of Mott MacDonald.
◾ Mark Stevens – Fleet Manager with the City of Sacramento, CA.
◾ Chris Trull – Fleet Management Division Manager with the City of Charlotte
Addie Javed – APWA FL Leadership and Management Committee Chair & Development Manager, Mott MacDonald


APWA Florida


To earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or a Certificate of Completion for each recorded webinar, you must view the entire webinar. After viewing, please fill out the web form at the link below to request your certificate. The Florida LTAP Center will follow-up within 2-3 weeks.

This webinar will award 1.0 PDH.

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