§ 50–211.04. Program goals.
(a) The Director, in coordination with the District Department of Transportation (“DDOT”) and other agencies, shall balance the following goals in performing the Director’s responsibilities:
(1) Providing vehicles that meet the mission of the client agency;
(2) Enhancing the overall cost and energy efficiency of the District government’s vehicle fleet;
(3) Reducing the total number of passenger vehicles in the standing fleet and reduce their use;
(4) Encouraging transit use and multimodal transportation;
(5) Promoting the use of Bikeshare for work-related travel;
(6) Promoting the use of taxicabs for trips where the cost of a taxi would be less than the cost of using a government vehicle;
(7) Ensuring timely reimbursement for work-related transportation expenses incurred by employees;
(8) Reducing total fuel use, improving fleet fuel economy, and promoting the use of alternative fuels;
(9) Diversifying the range of fuels used for transportation within the District;
(10) Using the District’s purchasing power to facilitate the availability of alternative fuels for use in private fleets and personal vehicles;
(11) Meeting or exceeding the requirements of section 507 of the Energy Policy Act of 1992, approved October 24, 1992 (106 Stat. 2891; 42 U.S.C. § 13257) and associated regulations; and
(12) When vehicle acquisition is necessary, acquiring a vehicle with the lowest real cost of ownership.
(b) Factors to consider in determining the real cost of ownership for the purpose of subsection (a)(12) of this section shall include:
(1) The sales price of vehicle;
(2) The projected vehicle life;
(3) The projected fuel costs;
(4) The projected operation costs;
(5) The projected maintenance costs; and
(6) The vehicle emissions.