Specifications include, but are not limited to: A broad review and evaluation of the delivery of fleet services, including maintenance and asset
A review and evaluation of the equipment replacement process with respect to funding,
meeting customer needs, and criteria for replacement of equipment by usage, age, and
maintenance costs. ; The end result of this process will be an in depth status report on the management and maintenance of
the State of Alaska’s fleet and a prioritized list of recommended changes. ; For each task listed the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities wants to know what we are
doing right and/or where we can make changes to policy, process, and/or procedure that will result in
improved efficiency and/or better service for end users. It is not necessary for the consultant to
recommend changes if they are not significant or would not be cost effective.
The projected cost, including staff time, and benefit of each recommendation for improvement shall be
provided. Each recommendation shall be prioritized with respect to all other recommendations in the
study. ; 1. Review and inspect major fleet maintenance facilities and operations in Anchorage,
Fairbanks, and one of the following sites: Juneau, Nome, or Valdez. Review/inspection
should include interview of SEF staff as well as customers, familiarization with operations
and logistical/operational conditions, and challenges or issues unique to the location.