Monday, September 22, 2014

CCSO Fleet Manager Elected To State Board

The newly elected board of the Florida Association of Governmental Fleet Administrators includes a member of the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.

CCSO Fleet Manager Sean Williams was elected vice president of the FLAGFA board, it was announced during the FLAGFA fall conference on St. Pete Beach on Sept. 3-5.

Williams has more than 15 years of fleet experience with CCSO and oversees all aspects of the agency’s fleet of vehicles. His responsibilities include preparing the agency’s annual fleet operating budget, ordering and disposal of vehicles, and supervising the vehicle maintenance and fueling program.

FLAGFA is a professional fleet management association with more than 250 members from all levels of government in Florida, according to association’s website. The association is dedicated to promoting and improving the fleet management profession especially within the governmental organizations of Florida.