Motor Vehicle Advisory Council (MVAC)
The primary role of the MVAC is to offer guidance and provide recommendations to improve the State Fleet Management program to the benefit of the State and participating agencies. Each agency is required to assign a Fleet Coordinator to manage the fleet operational duties as per the Fleet rules. Guidance can be found in the Fleet Coordinator Handbook.
The MVAC is tasked with specifically:
1) To serve as a communication vehicle for delivering, collecting, and sharing fleet related information among participating agencies.
2) To identify problems and issues related to the State's fleet and recommend solutions or alternatives including but not limited to:
a) Vehicle Specification Standards
b) Repair and Maintenance Procedures
c) Operational Through-Puts
d) Optimizing Resources
e) Explore new technologies and processes
3) To propose and formulate new policies and changes to existing policies as necessary to stay current with laws, rules, technology, and the evolving needs of state vehicle users.
4) To identify and prioritize enhancements and functionality within the CARS system to improve overall efficiency and to provide information to the users of the system that is timely, relevant, and useful.