Title 34
GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS, PROCUREMENT AND PROPERTY CONTROL
Part XI. Fleet Management
Chapter 1. General Provisions
§101. Program Definition
A. Current Legal Authority. The Fleet Management
Program for the state of Louisiana is established and
operated under the authority given to the Commissioner of
Administration by R.S. 39:361-363.
B. Mission, Goal, and Objectives of the Fleet
Management Program
1. Program Mission Statement. The Fleet
Management Program is established to provide motor
vehicle, aircraft and related services to the state and to
maintain safe, dependable, and cost-effective transportation
for state employees who need designated types of vehicles or
aircraft to perform their job responsibilities.
2. Program Goal and Objectives. To manage state
provided transportation so as to reduce its cost and increase
its benefit to state government by:
b. motorized aircraft owned or leased by an entity
within the scope of the Fleet Management Program except
the Office of State Police. This scope includes:
i. all automobiles, specifically: subcompact,
compact, mid-size, full size, and station wagons;
ii. all light duty pickup trucks (under 2 tons);
iii. special use passenger vehicles-specifically:
limousines, sport cars, ambulances, and motor homes (RV);
iv. all cargo and passenger vans-mini through
maxi;
v. all busses;
vi. utility trucks and carryalls (under 2 tons);
vii. all motorized aircraft.
D. Definitions. For the purpose of these regulations, the
following words have the meaning indicated.
Agency ―any state entity as identified in §101.C.1.
above.
a. establishing, reviewing, and revising statewide
policies and standards for the Fleet Management Program;
Agency Head ―use herein refers to statewide elected
officials, the Commissioner of Administration, secretaries of
executive departments appointed by the governor, presidents
and chancellors of state colleges and universities and the
equivalent position in the Office of the Governor, on state
boards, commissions, and councils, or in the legislative and
judicial branches.
Agency Property Manager ―the employee designated
by the agency head as the custodian of state property within
the agency and who shall be responsible for all the property
within his agency until his release from responsibility is
approved by the commissioner.
b. monitoring agency and vendor compliance with
established policies and standards;
c. financial planning in operations, maintenance,
and capitalization of resources;
d. identifying and adopting practices to maximize
cost-effectiveness while maintaining proper vehicle and
aircraft availability and utilization;
e. receiving, investigation, and resolving all reports
of abuse or misuse of fleet vehicles or aircraft.
C. Scope of the Fleet Management Program
1. Agency Scope. The state entities included in the
scope of the Fleet Management Program are all agencies,
boards, commissions, councils, departments, or other entities
of the executive branch of government; all state colleges and
universities; and all offices and entities of the judicial and
legislative branches of government.
Agency Transportation Coordinator ―the employee
designated by the agency head as the coordinator of fleet
vehicles within the agency and who shall be responsible for
any fleet management functions until his release from
responsibility is acknowledged by the Commissioner of
Administration.
Break-Even Mileage ―the annual mileage traveled on
official state business above which it is more economical to
provide the employee with a personally assigned vehicle and
below which, if there is not a pool vehicle available, it is
more economical to reimburse the employee for use of the
employee's personal vehicle.
Commissioner ―the Commissioner of Administration.
Fleet Vehicles ―vehicles that meet the criteria and scope
as stated above in §101.C.2, Vehicle Scope of the Fleet
Management Program.
2. Vehicle Scope. To be included in the Fleet
Management Program, vehicles or aircraft must be owned by
the state or under lease by a state agency, and meet the
criteria of either Subparagraph a or b below:
a. motorized and able to be licensed, with four or
more wheels, whose primary use is surface transportation of
passengers or delivery of small equipment and supplies;
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Home Storage ―the assigned off-duty storage location
of the fleet vehicle is off state property and the vehicle is
used for commuting, as defined by the Internal Revenue
Service, by the individual to whom authorization for home
storage is given.
Louisiana Property Assistance ―that state agency
within the Division of Administration delegated by the
Commissioner of Administration as responsible for
designated fleet management functions.
Luxury Vehicles ―those vehicles equipped with non-
essential, indulgent rather than necessity type options, which
exceed state vehicle contract award, and enhance comfort
and/or prestige.
Personal Assignment ―the exclusive assignment of a
fleet vehicle to one particular employee for permanent use in
accomplishing the duties of the employee's position.
vehicle types to be included in the program, reviewing the
scope of agencies subject to the rules and regulations
established by the Division of Administration, and reviewing
the scope of the functions of the Fleet Management
Program;
ii. the review and evaluation of the overall Fleet
Management Program objectives and revision of the
objectives as needed;
iii. the review and recommendation of proposed
fleet management policies;
iv. the review and recommendation of proposed
legislation concerning fleet management;
v. the development of operating and performance
standards for fleet vehicles and establishment of minimum
preventive maintenance requirements;
vi. the development and maintenance of an
operator's manual for fleet vehicles. This manual establishes
minimum preventive maintenance procedures and
instructions for the completion of the Daily Vehicle Usage
Log (DOA form MV-3). It will include procedures for the
safe operation of fleet vehicles and accident-reporting
procedures as established by the Division of Administration,
Office of Risk Management;
Personally Assigned Vehicle ―a fleet vehicle assigned
exclusively to one particular employee for permanent use in
accomplishing the duties of his/her position.
Pool Vehicle ―any fleet vehicle which is not a
personally assigned vehicle is a pool vehicle. Pool vehicles
are made available to state employees on a specific trip
basis.
State Employee ―any classified or unclassified
employee of the state of Louisiana; any duly appointed
member of a state board, commission, or advisory council;
and any other person who has received specific approval
from the Division of Administration to operate or travel in a
fleet vehicle.
State Fleet Manager ―the Commissioner of
Administration or the person appointed by the
Commissioner of Administration as responsible for the
implementation, monitoring, and overall administration of
the Statewide Fleet Management Program.
vii. the development and maintenance of a
directory of state fuel depots;
viii. the development and maintenance of a
directory of the agency transportation coordinators;
ix. the development of performance evaluation
standards for the Fleet Management Program;
x. the definition and revision as required of the
operational methods and procedures of the Fleet
Management Program;
xi. the recommendation of a plan for obtaining the
resources needed by the Fleet Management Program to meet
the goals and objectives of the program;
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S.
39:361-363 and R.S. 39:1761-1771.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Promulgated by the Office of the
Governor, Division of Administration, LR 13:15 (January 1987),
amended by the Office of the Governor, Division of
Administration, Property Assistance Agency, LR 38:1588 (July
2012).
§103. Functions of the Fleet Management Program
A. In accordance with the responsibilities and authority
vested in the Commissioner of Administration by Sections
361 and 362 of Title 39 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of
1950, as amended, inter-agency management of state-owned
vehicles is the responsibility of the Division of
Administration. The functions of the State Fleet
Management Program shall include:
b. annual planning for the Fleet Management
Program. The state fleet manager shall be responsible for:
i. the assessment of state fleet vehicles. Annually,
the state fleet manager shall calculate the break-even
mileage and shall use this calculation to determine, after
consultation with agency transportation coordinators,
whether to retain, replace, or dispose of vehicles without
replacement;
ii. the reevaluation of the rate by which
employees are reimbursed for using privately owned
automobiles to travel on state business;
iii. the annual evaluation of specifications for the
purchase of fleet vehicles. The state fleet manager shall
recommend to the director of state purchasing changes in the
specifications for the purchase of new vehicles based on the
previous year's experience with fleet operations. The Office
of State Purchasing shall then develop said specifications
and establish procedures for the purchase of new vehicles by
1. program planning:
a. long range planning for the Fleet Management
Program. The state fleet manager shall be responsible for:
i. the continuous review of the scope of the Fleet
Management Program including identifying and defining
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state agencies. These specifications shall exclude luxury
automobiles;
maintenance procedures and instructions for the completion
of the Daily Vehicle Usage Log (DOA form MV-3);
(d). the appropriate state identification is affixed
to all fleet vehicles prior to their leaving the agency premises
of Louisiana Property Assistance.
c. non-essential options may not be added by the
agency to the automobile after the purchase or lease of said
motor vehicle except at the employees own expense and
shall become the property of the state. The commissioner of
administration shall authorize the purchase of any luxury or
full-size motor vehicle for personal assignment by a
statewide elected official other than the governor and
lieutenant governor, such official shall first submit the
request to the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget for
approval, as provided by R.S. 39:362.1.
iii. It shall be the responsibility of the agency
transportation coordinator to apply to the Department of
Public Safety for vehicle license plates and to notify the state
fleet manager, within 45 days of receipt, of both the license
number and agency property tag number assigned to a new
vehicle and any subsequent number changes which may
occur.
2. Program Operations. The effective and efficient
utilization and operation of the fleet vehicles requires the
cooperation of the state fleet manager and all agencies
within state government. Each agency head is ultimately
responsible for the operation of the Fleet Management
Program within the respective agency. Each agency head
shall designate one individual as the agency transportation
coordinator. The agency head shall submit the name,
position, mailing address, and telephone number of this
person to the state fleet manager by July 1, 1986 and update
as changes occur. In order to more efficiently fulfill the
responsibilities outlined in the rules and regulations, each
agency head, with notification of and acknowledgement
from the state fleet manager may designate appropriate
employees in smaller organizational units as agency
transportation coordinators. The successful operation of the
Fleet Management Program is dependent on the following
division of responsibilities.
a. Dissemination of Division of Administration
Rules and Regulations. It shall be the responsibility of the
state fleet manager to function as primary liaison with the
agency transportation coordinators and to disseminate to the
coordinators all statewide fleet management rules and
regulations.
b. Vehicle Receiving
c. Vehicle Disposal. Upon determination by the
agency head that a vehicle is ready for disposal or
determination by the commissioner that an under-utilized
vehicle is subject to disposal without replacement, the
vehicle shall be disposed of in accordance with Louisiana
state law.
i. It shall be the responsibility of the agency
property manager to prepare and forward to Louisiana
Property Assistance Agency the State Property Transfer
For m (DO A BF-11) requesting disposal of the vehicle.
ii. Upon receipt of the DOA form BF-11, the
director of the Louisiana Property Assistance Agency shall
be responsible for the review of the form and approval or
disapproval.
iii. Upon notification from Louisiana Property
Assistance that the transfer has been approved, the agency
property manager shall notify the agency transportation
coordinator who shall be responsible for the transfer of the
vehicle to Louisiana Property Assistance.
iv. The state fleet manager shall establish
procedures for the transfer of under-utilized vehicles to
surplus.
d. Vehicle Assignment
i. It shall be the responsibility of the Office of
State Purchasing to insure delivery of all newly purchased
state-owned fleet vehicles to Louisiana Property Assistance,
except: state trooper cars, undercover cars, and DOTD
vehicles.
ii. Upon delivery of newly purchased state-owned
fleet vehicles to Louisiana Property Assistance, it shall be
the responsibility of the state fleet manager to insure that:
i. No person may be authorized to operate or
travel in a fleet vehicle unless that person is a state employee
as defined in §101.D.14 above.
ii. No state employee of any agency may be
assigned to operate a pool fleet vehicle or a personally
assigned vehicle without the respective agency having on
file a completed, signed and checked Louisiana State
Employee Driver Safety Program Authorization/History
form (DA 2054). The agency transportation driving
coordinator shall be responsible for maintaining a file on all
signed and completed DOA forms (DA 2054).
iii. No state vehicle owned or leased shall be used
by a public or private individual for other than performing
official state business. The personal use of a state-owned or
leased vehicle is prohibited with the exception of home
storage commute miles if approved by the Commissioner of
Administration via the DOA form MV-2.
iv. Personal assignment of fleet vehicles is not
permitted without specific approval from the Commissioner
(a). the vehicles are inspected for compliance
with purchasing specifications;
(b). the vehicles are inspected to determine the
condition of the vehicles at delivery;
(c). an operator's manual is inserted into each
vehicle which will include all procedures for the safe
operation of fleet vehicles and accident reporting procedures
as established by the Division of Administration, Office of
Risk Management as well as minimum preventive
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of Administration via the DO A for m M V-2. Criteria which
merit request for personal assignment include:
approved for personal assignment and/or home storage for
update purposes. In order to be approved, the listing must
consist of only those names of employees who have been
previously approved on an individual MV-2 form, with
current and correct information, and is on file with the state
fleet manager and the originating agency. Any changes to the
original information on the MV-2 form must be submitted on
a new MV-2 form for approval at the time of the change.
This list shall consist of the name of the employee, social
security number of the employee, and vehicle identification
number of the vehicle that is personally assigned and/or
home stored. The list must be approved by the agency
transportation coordinator and the agency head prior to
submission to State Fleet Management.
vii. It shall be the responsibility of the agency
transportation coordinator to insure that a personally
assigned vehicle shall be made available for official use by
other state employees when it would otherwise not be used
and that such use is noted on the Daily Vehicle Usage Log
(DO A for m M V-3).
e. Vehicle Storage and Commuting Policies. Each
fleet vehicle shall have a designated overnight storage site
on property owned or leased by the state regardless of
whether the vehicle is personally assigned or a pool vehicle,
except as provided in §103.A.2.e.i below.
(a). a state employee in a position which
requires, in performance of assigned duties, that the
employee drive in excess of the break-even mileage as
established by the Commissioner of Administration. This
mileage should accrue consistently throughout the year, not
sporadically month to month;
(b). a state employee in a position of law
enforcement who has the power to arrest and uses this power
in the regular performance of his/her duties;
(c). a state employee in a position which
requires, in performance of assigned duties, regular and
unscheduled use of a special use vehicle or a vehicle with
special equipment installed (e.g., hazardous waste spill
investigation equipment, bar lights for use in emergency
situations, handicapped driver equipment, etc.);
(d). statewide elected officials, the governor's
executive counsel, the Commissioner of Administration,
secretaries of executive departments, presidents and
chancellors of state universities and colleges, and their
equivalent in the judicial and legislative branches of
government and vehicles purchased and assigned to the
offices of statewide elected officials;
(N OTE : These will be approved pending submission of the
requests on properly completed DAMV-2 forms in order to
assure proper record keeping.)
i. Home storage of fleet vehicles is prohibited
unless required and/or permitted and approved by the
Commissioner of Administration via the DOA form MV-2.
Criteria which merit request for home storage include:
(e). additional exceptions as may be granted by
the Commissioner of Administration and the Joint
Legislative Committee on the budget. Individual requests for
such exceptions must be submitted in writing to the state
fleet manager along with accompanying documentation
which shows a history of need for the use of a fleet vehicle.
The state fleet manager shall forward requests with
recommendations to the Commissioner of Administration.
All requests must be signed by the agency head and the
agency transportation coordinator.
(a). law enforcement officers with the power of
arrest who use this power in the regular performance of daily
job duties and whose home storage of a fleet vehicle is
deemed by their agency head to be in the best interest of
public safety and law enforcement (required);
(b). employees for whom the provision of
transportation to and from the workplace is a condition of
employment as approved at the time of employment by the
Commissioner of Administration (required);
(c). employees whose job duties require the use
of special use vehicles or vehicles with special equipment
installed outside of normal working hours and for whom
home storage of such vehicles can be documented as either
cost effective to the state or necessary to protect the safety
and/or health of the public (required);
(d). statewide elected officials, the governor's
executive counsel, the Commissioner of Administration,
secretaries of executive departments, presidents or
chancellors of state universities and colleges, and their
equivalent in the judicial and legislative branches of
government (permitted);
(e). additional exceptions as may be decided by
the Commissioner of Administration and the Joint
Legislative Committee on the budget. Individual requests for
such exceptions must be submitted in writing to the state
fleet manager along with documentation which demonstrates
that home storage is in the best interest of the state. The state
v. It shall be the responsibility of the agency
transportation coordinator to insure that the Personal
Assignment Agreement (DOA form MV-2) is completed,
signed and approved by the commissioner prior to the
personal assignment of a vehicle.
vi. Annually, it shall be the responsibility of the
agency transportation coordinator to insure that a Personal
Assignment Agreement (DOA form MV-2) is completed and
forwarded to the state fleet manager by May 1 and is signed
and approved by the commissioner in order to continue the
personal assignment into the new fiscal year beginning July
1. Any personal assignment approved by the commissioner
during the year shall expire June 30 and renewal will require
submission of a Personal Assignment Agreement (DOA form
MV-2) as described above. As an alternative to submitting
individual MV-2 forms for employees who are requesting
renewal of personal assignment and/or home storage
approval for the next fiscal year, the state fleet manager may
accept a listing of those employees who are currently
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fleet manager shall forward requests with recommendations
to the Commissioner of Administration. All requests for
exceptions must be signed by the agency head and the
agency transportation coordinator (required/permitted).
(DA 2054) and, when applicable, a Personal Assignment
and/or Home Storage agreement (DOA form MV-2);
iii. all daily vehicle usage logs (DOA form MV-3)
for both personally assigned and pool vehicles are approved
by the appropriate supervisor and received by the agency
transportation coordinator by the third working day of the
month following the month to which the report pertains. The
approving supervisor is responsible for auditing each
respective DOA form MV-3. MV-3 data may be submitted
monthly via magnetic media provided the information is
formatted as required by the Division of Administration and
the agency has received prior approval from the state fleet
manager to submit data in this manner;
ii. It shall be the responsibility of the agency
transportation coordinator to insure that the Home Storage
Agreement (DOA form MV-2) is completed, signed, and
approved by the commissioner prior to allowance of home
storage of any fleet vehicle.
iii. Annually, it shall be the responsibility of the
agency transportation coordinator to insure that a Home
Storage Agreement form (DOA form MV-2) is completed
and forwarded to the state fleet manager by May 1 and is
signed and approved by the commissioner in order to
continue home storage into the new fiscal year beginning
July 1. Any home storage approved by the commissioner
during the year shall expire June 30 and renewal will require
submission of a Home Storage Agreement (DOA form MV-
2) as described above. As an alternative to submitting
individual MV-2 forms for employees who are requesting
renewal of personal assignment and/or home storage
approval for the next fiscal year, the state fleet manager may
accept a listing of those employees who are currently
approved for personal assignment and/or home storage for
update purposes. In order to be approved, the listing must
consist of only those names of employees who have been
previously approved on an individual MV-2 form, with
current and correct information, and is on file with the state
fleet manager and the originating agency. Any changes to the
original information on the MV-2 form must be submitted on
a new MV-2 form for approval at the time of the change.
This list shall consist of the name of the employee, Social
Security Number of the employee, and vehicle identification
number of the vehicle that is personally assigned and/or
home stored. The list must be approved by the agency
transportation coordinator and the agency head prior to
submission to State Fleet Management.
iv. preventive maintenance is performed on all
fleet vehicles and recorded on the Preventive Maintenance
Record (DOA form MV-4) or a maintenance form approved
by the state fleet manager;
v. any additional duties which are required to
monitor the utilization of fleet vehicles and to insure their
most efficient and effective use shall be performed;
vi. when fuel is not available from a state-operated
facility, self-service facilities shall be used for all purchases
of fuel for state-owned or leased vehicles when utilizing
commercial stations.
g. Maintenance of Files and Records
i. It shall be the responsibility of the agency
transportation coordinator to insure that:
(a). a completed and signed Louisiana State
Employee Driver Safety Program Authorization/Driving
History form (DA 2054) is on file at the agency for every
driver of fleet vehicles;
(b). all Personal Assignment and/or Home
Storage Agreements (DOA form MV-2) are completed and
forwarded to the state fleet manager for approval prior to the
assignment of a personal vehicle to an employee, or the
allowance of home storage and annually by May 1
thereafter;
iv. It shall be the responsibility of the agency
transportation coordinator to insure that a vehicle approved
for home storage shall be made available for official use by
other state employees when it would otherwise not be in use
by the employee for whom storage is approved and that such
use is noted on the Daily Vehicle Usage Log (DOA form
MV-3).
(c). all Daily Vehicle Usage Logs (DOA form
MV-3) containing accurate information on miles traveled,
repair/maintenance costs, and operating costs, are
completed, approved, and forwarded to the state fleet
manager by the thirtieth day following the end of the month
to which the report pertains;
f. Vehicle Operations. It shall be the responsibility
of the agency transportation coordinator to insure that:
i. all drivers of fleet vehicles are familiar with
and are in compliance with the procedures for safe operation
of fleet vehicles, minimum preventive maintenance
procedures, accident reporting procedures, and the
completion of the Daily Vehicle Usage Log (DOA form MV-
3) as set forth in the Fleet Vehicle Operator's Manual;
ii. any state employee that operates a fleet vehicle
has a valid state license to operate that vehicle and has on
file a completed and signed Louisiana State Employee
Driver Safety Program Authorization/Driving History form
(d). records are kept on all mileage
reimbursement to state employees that have used privately
owned vehicles to travel on state business. This
reimbursement information shall be reported monthly to the
state fleet manager no later than the thirtieth day following
the end of the month to which the report pertains. A more
extensive report on mileage reimbursement shall be filed
with the state fleet manager for each fiscal year by the
thirtieth day following the end of the fiscal year;
(e). an annual report is submitted to the state
fleet manager by September 30 of each year containing the
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following information for the preceding fiscal year
concerning each aircraft owned or leased by the agency: type
of aircraft, make, model, year, primary user, if any, mileage
traveled or hours of use, annual rental or lease cost, if not
purchased, or the purchase price;
(f). current and complete records concerning
preventive maintenance (DOA form MV-4) on each fleet
vehicle assigned to, owned by or used by the agency are
completed and maintained in an agency file after review by
the agency transportation coordinator for deficiencies.
and the agency transportation coordinator and shall be
forwarded with accompanying documentation to the state
fleet manager. It shall be the responsibility of the state fleet
manager to review all such requests for exceptions and
forward the request with recommendations to the
Commissioner of Administration.
d. Potential Abuse Investigation. It shall be the
responsibility of the state fleet manager to insure that all
reports of abuses in the use of state fleet vehicles are fully
investigated. The state fleet manager shall, with cooperation
of the appropriate agency transportation coordinator:
ii. It shall be the responsibility of the Louisiana
property assistance director and state fleet manager to insure
that the following files are maintained and updated at the
state level based on information supplied by the agency
property managers and the agency transportation
coordinators:
i. receive and initiate a file on each abuse
complaint;
ii. gather facts about each case;
iii. initiate appropriate action;
(a). the fixed asset file;
(b). the daily vehicle usage log file;
iv. note completion of the investigation and action
taken in the file;
(c). the personal assignment/home storage file;
(d). the employee mileage reimbursement file.
v. maintain the file on reported cases of abuse.
4. Program Evaluation. It shall be the responsibility of
the state fleet manager to regularly evaluate the Fleet
Management Program. The state fleet manager shall be
responsible for:
a. preparing budgetary requests and monitoring
expenses of the Fleet Management Program;
b. planning and conducting operational audits of
agency fleet management programs and reporting all
findings to the legislative auditor;
h. Management Reporting. The state fleet manager
shall be responsible for the preparation of the Commissioner
of Administration's quarterly and annual reports on the status
of fleet vehicles and aircraft to the Legislature. The reports
shall present the information required by R.S. 39:362 and
363.
3. Program Control. It shall be the responsibility of
the state fleet manager to insure that control is maintained
over the operation of the Fleet Management Program.
a. Inventory. It shall be the responsibility of the
state fleet manager to require all agency transportation
coordinators to conduct an annual audit of the master listing
of fleet vehicles for their respective agencies. The
information provided will be used to verify that the vehicle
information in fleet management's records correctly reflects
the actual vehicles used by the agency and the pertinent
characteristics of each fleet vehicle, and to verify the
accuracy of records on personal assignment and home
storage of fleet vehicles.
b. Monitor Policy Compliance. It shall be the
responsibility of the state fleet manager to conduct random
audits to verify agency compliance with the statewide
policies regarding:
c. planning and conducting all special projects. The
state fleet manager shall be responsible for planning and
conducting all projects designed to investigate problems
within the state fleet management program or problems
discovered during the operational audit of agency fleet
management programs and developing solutions for these
problems.
5. All other responsibilities involving the planning,
operation, control, and evaluation of the Fleet Management
Program not herein specifically retained by the
Commissioner of Administration and the commissioner's
designee, the state fleet manager, are hereby granted the
respective agency heads. All such agency responsibilities
must be conducted using methods and procedures consistent
with the overall mission and objectives of the program
established by the commissioner and in accord with these
rules and regulations.
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S.
39:361-363 and R. S. 39:1761-1771.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Promulgated by the Office of the
Governor, Division of Administration, LR 13:15 (January 1987),
amended by the Office of the Governor, Division of
Administration, Property Assistance Agency, LR 13:742
(December 1987), amended LR 23:300 (March 1997), LR 38:1588
(July 2012).
i. personal assignment of fleet vehicles;
ii. home storage of fleet vehicles;
iii. employee mileage reimbursement for use of
privately owned vehicles on state business;
iv. minimum preventive maintenance standards as
set forth in the Fleet Vehicle Operator's Manual.
c. Review Department Requests for Exception to
Policy. All requests for exceptions to these rules and
regulations shall be in writing and signed by the agency head
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§105. Nonexclusion
A. These regulations supersede and replace PPM 63
(LAC 4:V.Chapter 25) and all other previous regulations and
exceptional permissions, both written and verbal. Any
exclusion request shall be submitted to the commissioner
through the state fleet manager for consideration. Any
exclusion from these regulations must be approved in
writing by the commissioner.
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S.
39:361-363.
HISTORICAL NOTE: Promulgated by the Office of the
Governor, Division of Administration, LR 13:19 (January 1987).
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