Leading, Connecting, and Representing Fleet Administrators from State Government and Public Universities

NCSFA leads, connects and represents state fleet administrators.

Founded in 1986, NCSFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting fleet administrators from state government and public universities. By nature of their positions in state governments, our members are the primary decision makers in their respective organizations on matters of fleet and fuel management. NCSFA serves its members by creating opportunities to share best practices; connects fleet administrators to people and solutions that effectively solve their challenges and drive innovation; and represents members through building valuable strategic partnerships. 

NCSFA is also supported by fleet professionals from the corporate community. NCSFA Corporate Members represent companies who offer a full array of fleet products and services used by fleet administrators. 

The Benefits of Membership

State and university fleet administrators are tasked with more responsibility, asked to manage increasing complex initiatives, and must execute with less resources. NCSFA provides a community of individuals and a shared knowledge base to help members successfully navigate challenges in the dynamic and changing industry of fleet management. Through biannual Benchmarking Research Initiatives, monthly topical webinars, director level education providing at the annual Workshop, and promoting ongoing dialogue; NCSFA members are able to tap into valuable resources allowing them to better serve their citizens and be better stewards of public dollars.  

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2019 Workshop: Driving Mobility in Government and University Fleet

The State Fleet Managers Workshop provides a venue for state and university fleet manager to share best practices and build relationships to immediately make an impact in their respective organizations. Through member case studies, facilitated roundtable conversations, and networking the Workshop provides valuable education to fleet administrators and their staff.  The 2019 Workshop will explore how state and university fleets are incorporating mobility into their fleet programs. 

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