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PREFACE 0. Preface
Fleet Organization, Mission, and Responsibilities 1. Fleet Organization, Mission, and Responsibilities
Performance Metrics 2. Performance Metrics
Official Use of Vehicles 3. Official Use of Vehicles
Asset Management 4. Asset Management
Vehicle Acquisition 5. Vehicle Acquisition
Alternative Fueled Vehicles 6. Alternative Fueled Vehicles
Fleet Maintenance 7. Fleet Maintenance
Vehicle Disposal 8. Vehicle Disposal
9. Fuel Management
9.1 Overall Fuel Management Objectives
9.2 Types of Fuels
9.2.1 Petroleum-Gasoline and Diesel
9.2.2 Alternative Fuels
9.3 On-Site Fueling Facilities
9.4 Fuel Tank Management
9.5 Temporary Fueling Facilities
9.6 Commercial Fueling
9.7 Fuel Taxes
9.8 Fuel Card Management
9.9 Record Keeping
Contractor Use of Government Vehicles 10. Contractor Use of Government Vehicles
Forms and Reports   Driver's Handbook
Forms and Reports   Forms and Reports
Reference Materials   References
Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Definitions   Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Definitions
Useful Web Links   Web Links
Frequently Asked Questions   FAQ


NASA Official Fleet Management Handbook

Fuel Management

Temporary Fueling Facilities

Temporary above ground fueling facilities of a modular and self-contained design should be used where appropriate to assist in the introduction of liquid alternative fuels (such as E85), or to provide more convenient access at remote locations for conventional fuels. The CTO should investigate the option of leasing such facilities to fulfill temporary and short-term needs up to 3 years.

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