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Government Contracts

NZ All-of-Government Approved Supplier

Bishop Fleet Optimization [BFO] is an approved supplier for the NZ Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment All-of-Government contract.  BFO specialises in EV transition through optimising fleet size and identifying optimal EV size and charge locations.

US General Services Administration Schedule

BFO was accepted as a US GSA Federal Government preferred supplier in 2012 to optimise Federal fleets.  BFO also provides expert testimony on telematics to the Government Accountability Office that reports to the US Congress.

The US Dunn & Bradstreet rating agency independently evaluated feedback from 15 BFO NZ/AU clients for GSA approval.  BFO received a 92% rating when considering Reliability, Cost, Order Accuracy, Delivery/Timeliness, Quality, Business Relations, Personnel, Customer Support and Responsiveness.

NSW Pre-Qualified Supplier

New South Wales Government pre-qualified BFO for contracts above AU$150,000 to optimise government vehicle fleets.  In 2015, BFO evidence helped NSW avoid a AU$950 million per year strategic misstep using our GPS technology.

BFO Clients - Partial List



  • Penn State University – PA

  • ExxonMobil - TX + Global

  • Volusia County - FL

New Zealand

  • Ministry of Education

  • Plunket NZ

  • Ministry of Social Development

  • Department of Conservation

  • Housing NZ

  • Te Wananga o Aotearoa

  • Auckland DHB

  • Bay of Plenty DHB

  • Capital & Coast DHB

  • Counties Manukau DHB [x 2]

  • Hawkes Bay DHB

  • Hutt Valley DHB

  • Lakes DHB

  • MidCentral DHB

  • Nelson Marlborough DHB [x 3]

  • Northland DHB

  • Southern DHB

  • South Canterbury DHB

  • Taranaki DHB

  • Waikato DHB

  • Wairarapa DHB

  • Waitemata DHB

  • Whanganui DHB


  • City of Launceston - WA

  • City of Greater Geraldton - WA

  • City of Gold Coast - QLD

  • Town of Port Hedland - WA

  • Dept of Education & Communities - NSW

  • Energex - QLD

  • Office of Environment & Heritage - NSW

  • Department of Finance - WA

  • Royal District Nursing Service - VIC

  • Melbourne Health - VIC [2014 Australasian Fleet Manager of the Year based on BFO work]

  • Ballarat Health - VIC

  • Bendigo Health - VIC

  • Monash Health - VIC

  • Alfred Health - VIC

  • Mid-North Coast Local Health District - NSW

  • Northern Sydney Local Health District - NSW

  • Western NSW Local Health District - NSW

  • Eastern Health - VIC

  • Northern Health - VIC

  • Southern Health - VIC

  • Southern NSW Local Health District - NSW

  • Western Sydney Local Health District - NSW

  • South Eastern Sydney Local Health District - NSW

  • St Vincents - VIC

  • Townsville Health - QLD

  • Gold Coast Health - QLD

  • North Metro Health Services - WA

  • Country Health SA Local Health Network - SA

  • St John of God - NSW

  • Goulburn Valley Health - VIC

  • Department of Human Services - SA

  • Metro South Health & Hopital Service - QLD

  • Roads & Maritime Services - NSW

  • UnityWater - QLD

  • SafeWork South Australia - SA



“As a typical State Health provider, we are always looking for ways to better use our limited resources. Fleet costs are a significant area that we have not been able to effectively deal with before using traditional fleet utilization analysis methods.  Methods used in the past have been time consuming, costly and rarely convince staff that the findings are valid. BFO’s approach has turned all that around. We now have definitive results that are accurate and easy to sell to staff as well as a tool to tell us how many vehicles we need and where they should be located.”


Sandy Russell, Hospital Services Manager, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board

New Zealand


GPS Right-Sizing Helps District Health Provider Save $1M in Fleet Costs, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board

Bishop Fleet Optimization best practice implementation ─ including electronically collected and analyzed GPS data, a change-management focus and comprehensive communications ─ is improving fleet utilization while reducing vehicle count for New Zealand’s Nelson Marlborough District Health Board (NMDHB). The result: more than $1 million in fleet cost savings to date and $146,000 in projected ongoing annual savings.

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