|NASA Headquarters' Directives|
Effective Date: February 24, 2017
Expiration Date: February 24, 2022
Responsible Office: LM
|NASA Headquarters Motor Pool Vehicle Policy|
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Chapter 1. Transportation Program at NASA Headquarters
1.1.2 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Headquarters operates a motor pool of government vehicles. NASA Government employees can use these vehicles for official government related business. Contractors may also use these vehicles when authorized in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and the Federal Management Regulation (FMR). Employees who are eligible to operate a vehicle from the motor pool agree to follow all of the requirements as set forth in this NPR policy.
1.1.3 The operation and use a Government-owned or Government-leased motor vehicle or any vehicle for which Government funds are expended restricted to official purposes. Appropriate disciplinary action may be taken if vehicles are used for other than official purposes. Federal statute, 31 USC §1349 (b) Adverse Personnel Actions, provides that willful misuse of a Government-owned or leased vehicle will be suspended without pay for at least one month.
1.2.1 The Branch Chief, Emergency Management and Administrative Services is responsible for ensuring the policy of such is in line with achieving maximum economy and efficiency in the management of the NASA Headquarters Government-owned or Government-leased vehicles.
1.2.2 The NASA HQ Transportation Officer is responsible for ensuring that policy is implemented and that the identification, registration, inspection, official use, and reporting thereof are conducted in compliance with all applicable NASA and Federal regulations.
1.2.3 The driver of Government Owned or Leased Vehicles is responsible for following all rules and regulations associated with the property in their control per NPR 4200.1 and for protecting and conserving property entrusted to them.