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GSA to ask public for feedback on agency drivers

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The General Services Administration is launching an initiative to promote safer driving  by making it easier for the public to report the misuse of a government vehicle, according to the agency.

GSA will place a “How’s My Driving?” decal on 1,050 GSA vehicles within its internal fleet that will direct the public to report improper use of a government car to driving.gsa.gov. The initiative will streamline the reporting process and give the public one place to voice their concerns, according to the agency.

From the press release:

GSA remains committed to promoting vehicle safety. This program allows the American people to directly engage with the agency and will encourage safe and responsible usage of GSA vehicles. Safety is our top priority. For more information, visit driving.gsa.gov.

 

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  1. Crusader Magoo Says:
    June 26th, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    waste of money !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. James9001 Says:
    June 27th, 2013 at 1:57 am

    Hi there thanks alot for the info……..

    Flights To Billund

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