Montgomery County's Division
of Fleet Management Services operates 24/7 to ensure continued service
to the County. Managing a fleet of over 2,205 automobiles, 454 heavy
pieces of equipment, 390 transit buses and 212 user agency owned heavy
equipments, the Division employs more than 200 people at 4 main locations,
as well as several satellite depots.
Fleet's management team boasts years of industry
experience in a wide range of situations. Learn more about Fleet
Management Services here.
William "Bill" Griffiths
, Division Chief
Bill Griffiths has over 20 years experience in managing Federal Government fleets.
Stickley, Fleet Services Coordinator
Keith Stickley is Fleet Services Coordinator in Fleet Management.
Keith has over 25 years fleet maintenance experience including
five years in a management capacity serving as General Manager
of fleet maintenance for the Metropolitan Police Department.
Keith holds certifications in sixteen areas of fleet operations
including ASE Master Certifications in Medium/Heavy Truck,
Automotive and School Bus.
Martin, Fleet Services Coordinator, CAFM
Rodney Martin manages Fleet Management's Transit Services
Section located at 16630 Crabbs Branch Way. In addition
to overseeing the maintenance operations he also monitors
several contracted services. Rodney has worked in Fleet
Management for over 25 years in various capacities ranging
from Mechanic to Crew Chief to managing Fleet's Automotive
Services shop. Rodney also holds the prestigious Certified
Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) certification.
Lynch, Administrative Services Manager
Peggy Lynch manages the Administrative Services Section
of the Division of Fleet Management Services, overseeing the
financial, budget and information technology programs.
Conlon, Fleet Services Coordinator
Scott Conlon manages the transit maintenance shops
at the Bus Maintenance Facility in Silver Spring and
the Nicholson Court Bus Depot in Kensington. Scott has
worked in Fleet Management for two years as Crew Chief,
Equipment Services Coordinator, and now Fleet Services
Coordinator. Scott’s work experience includes
several years as a Mechanic and Parts Coordinator at
the University of Maryland Shuttle-UM and several years
in the United States Marine Corp Reserve. Scott holds
ASE Master Certifications in Automotive, Transit and Medium/Heavy
Truck, and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Government
and Politics from the University of Maryland.
Michael Atkinson, Acting Fleet Services Coordinator, CAFM
Michael Atkinson manages Fleet Management's Automotive and Heavy Equipment Sections. The Automotive Equipment Section (AES)
is located at 1283 Seven Locks Road and the Heavy Equipment Section (HES) is located at 16630 Crabbs Branch Way.
He oversees the maintenance operations and monitors several contracted services for both fleets.
Michael has worked in Fleet Management for over 9 years in various capacities ranging from Program Specialist to Equipment
Services Coordinator. He has a wide range of experience coming from the private sector and has a Master of Business
Administration. In addition, Michael holds a Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM) certification.
Kathleen Hynes is the staff professional responsible
for the acquisition and replacement of + 3,300 vehicle
and equipment assets owned by the Division of Fleet
Management Services. She serves as the intermediary
between user agencies and manufacturers/dealers, coordinates
development of technical specifications with maintenance
staff, prepares solicitations, oversees award processes,
and administers contracts. As the staff expert on powertrain,
emissions, and engineering best-industry standards,
she is responsible for DFMS meeting the mandates of
the County’s Climate Protection Plan. She is presently
working toward certification as a Certified Automotive
Fleet Manager (CAFM), and has a Bachelor’s Degree
in Business Administration with a major in Finance,
summa cum laude, from the University of Wisconsin at
Powers, Program Manager
Keith Powers manages Fleet Management’s Parts
facilities located at: Crabbs Branch Way, Brookville
Road, and Nicholson Ct. Overseeing the warehousing of
all parts needed to repair transit buses and the heavy
equipment in the county. Keith has worked in Fleet Management
for 2 years as a mechanic, crew chief, and now as a
Program Manager II. Keith’s experience includes
several years as a Parts and Service Coordinator at
local dealerships. Keith holds an ASE Master Certification
in Medium/Heavy Truck.
Charles Thayer, Warranty/Production
Calvin Jones, Fuel Manager
User Agency Owned Heavy
of Fleet Management Services - Department of General Services
16630 Crabbs Branch Way - Rockville, MD. 20855
240.777.5730 - 240.777.5652 (fax)
- Technical Contact for Fleet's site: IT