FPS did not properly justify that its current fleet is necessary to carry out its operational mission. Specifically, FPS did not justify the need for:more vehicles than officers; administrative vehicles; larger sport utility vehicles;home-to-work miles in one region; and discretionary equipment added to vehicles. As a result, FPS cannot ensure it is operating the most cost- efficient fleet and potentially missed opportunities to save more than $2.5 million in fiscal year 2014.
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