How to Obtain Fuel Within Policy Guidelines

Each state entity has a designated Fuel Card Administrator, typically a fleet manager, who is responsible for policy compliance and administration of the fuel card program within their respective state entity. If you work for a larger state entity, you may delegate some of these responsibilities to a Card Program Coordinator within your team.

Complete policy details — including fuel vendor selection, permitted octane rating, odometer recordings, and other documentation requirements — can be found in State of Georgia Fuel Card Standards and Guidelines. The state-issued fuel card is the only one authorized to buy fuel for state-owned vehicles.