Leading, Connecting, and Representing State and University Fleet Administrators

The National Alliance of State and University Fleets (NASUF) was created to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of state fleet management through education and ongoing peer-to-peer networking opportunities. Our professional organization serves the needs of members who manage fleets of automobiles, SUVs, trucks and vans, and a wide range of specialized mobile equipment for state and university owned fleets throughout the United StatesCommon areas of oversight for NASUF government members include vehicle replacement, managing motor pools, repair shops, fuel management, electrification, implementation of technology, and policy creation. NASUF members manage an average of 4,413 assets for their respective organizations.  

The organization was founded in 1986 as the National Conference of State Fleet Administrators (NCSFA).  The name was updated by a membership vote in 2023, a significant move showcasing the organization's commitment to representation within its membership.  The revised name better encompasses the organization's scope and mission which is to lead, connect, and represent fleet administrators from state government and public universities. 

Transparency Statement

Pursuant to IRS Regulations, it is the policy of NASUF to allow public access to its original exemption application and to its IRS Form 990. In addition, NASUF will make copies of its governing documents, conflict of interest policy/disclosures, and year-end financial statements available to the public. This access will be provided at NASUF principal headquarters offices at a time mutually agreeable between its headquarters and the individual requesting the inspection during regular business hours. In addition, NASUF will make each Form 990 information return available for a period of 3 years from filing. Headquarters will provide a copy of the exemption application or Form 990 without charge, other than a reasonable fee for reproduction and actual postage costs, as applicable. The copy must include all information furnished to the IRS as well as all schedules, attachments, and supporting statements, except for the name and address of any contributor to the organization. For further detailed information regarding these IRS requirements, refer to the General Instructions for Form 990.