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NRC Executive Fleet Vehicle Report

President Barack Obama’s Memorandum on Federal Fleet Performance, dated May 24, 2011, required Federal agencies to disclose any executive fleet vehicles that are larger than a midsize sedan or that do not comply with alternative fuel requirements. The following table lists the five executive fleet vehicles, which are leased and operated by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). All of these vehicles are large sedans that utilize alternative fuel. These vehicles are used to transport the five Presidentially appointed, Senate-confirmed Commissioners (one of whom is designated by the President as Chairman of the Commission), as well as the NRC’s 27 most senior career service executives and their staff, to meetings, hearings, and other locations for official business in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Vehicle Make/Model/Type Year Fuel Type Office Assigned
Mercury/Lincoln Sedan/Large Wagon 2010 Ethanol/Unleaded Gasoline Chairman
Mercury/Marquis/Sedan/Large Wagon 2010 Ethanol/Unleaded Gasoline Commissioner/NRC Senior Career Executives
Mercury/Marquis/Sedan/Large Wagon 2010 Ethanol/Unleaded Gasoline Commissioner/NRC Senior Career Executives
Mercury/Marquis/Sedan/Large Wagon 2010 Ethanol/Unleaded Gasoline Commissioner/NRC Senior Career Executives
Ford/Explorer/LD SUV 4x4 2010 Ethanol/Unleaded Gasoline Commissioner/NRC Senior Career Executives

Location of Fueling Station

  1. Fueling station is located less than 5 miles from where the agency garages the executive vehicles
  2. Fueling station provides alternative fuel E85 in the various fuel brands

THE U.S. NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION'S OPTIMUM FLEET ATTAINMENT PLAN

President Barack Obama’s May 24, 2011, memorandum entitled “Federal Fleet Performance” requires Federal agencies to disclose their optimal fleet inventory targets on agency Websites. In response, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission is posting its Optimum Fleet Attainment Plan.

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