May 23-26, 2022 | Huntington Place (Formerly known as TCF Center), Hall C | Detroit, MI

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Patrick T. Barrett, MPA/CAFM

Patrick T. Barrett, MPA/CAFM

Director of Fleet Management | University of Nebraska

Patrick Barrett has over 44 years’ experience at various levels administering the University of Nebraska vehicle fleet. He holds an Associate Degree in Automotive Technology; Bachelor Degree in Technical & Business Education; Dual Master’s Degrees in Public Administration/Information Systems; is a CPM (Certified Purchasing Manager) and CAFM (Certified Automotive Fleet Manager).

As director of University Fleet Management, Patrick is responsible for 1,200+ motor vehicles and 450+ trailers at UNL, UNO, UNMC and UNK. These vehicles are dispersed throughout Nebraska on campuses in Lincoln, Omaha, Kearney, Curtis, along with multiple Nebraska research centers. Additional international fleet and mobility responsibilities include owned and leased vehicles in Anguilla, Arctica, Antarctica, Australia, Belize, Canada, China, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Greenland, Guinea, Germany, France, Honduras, Iceland, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco, Peru, Puerto Rico (US Territory), Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, and Trinidad.

An overview of notable automated processes and the year implemented include paperless charge notification (1988), on-line rental request (1991), on-line proof of insurance (2008), on-line reservation history (past, present, future) (2011), self-serve dispatch system (2012), on-line reservation modification (2012), on-line new driver authorization (2014), link driver authorization to Voyager PIN (2015), link door access to driver authorization (2015), on-line auction with ability to view vehicle work order history (2016), on-line annual drivers agreement (2017), on-line mileage log (2021)

Session Archive

Process Automation: How to Reduce Work & Improve Fleet Efficiency (Training)

November 16, 2021
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM (ET)

This session will explain process evaluation, mapping, architectural design, and testing prior to building the application or web interface. More Info

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