April Newsletter
Workshop Registration NOW OPEN
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for The 2019 State Fleet Managers Workshop taking place September 23-26 in Austin, TX.

The theme for the Workshop is "Driving Mobility in University and Government Fleets." Mobility is a forward-thinking concept with varying degrees of implementation. The goal of the Workshop is to create awareness and stimulate dialogue on all concepts of fleet, as well as educating all attendees on the types of mobility solutions currently available.

Registration and room block reservation close August 27. Register you and your staff today:
2019 Workshop Travel Grant
NCSFA has set aside funds to encourage and facilitate attendance for the 2019 Workshop. The 2019 Workshop Travel Grant was created to make attendance possible for State and University Fleet Directors that experience significant barriers related to travel. Examples of barriers could include a statewide travel ban, travel restriction, and significant travel costs beyond a state/university members control.

Deadline to submit your application is June 15.
New Sponsor Highlight
Welcome Silver Sponsor: ClubCar
The National Conference of State Fleet Administrators would like to welcome new sponsor ClubCar. NCSFA recently asked Kathryn Sterba, Higher Education Segment Leader some questions about herself and ClubCar:

Who is ClubCar?
Club Car boasts nearly 60 years of industry-leading innovation and design in small wheel utility and golf vehicles. Club Car is committed to sustainable solutions and quality products. Based in Augusta, GA, we take pride in our employees and being a part of our local community!

What is a unique fact about you?
I moved ten times over ten years with my husband, but we now call Augusta, GA, “HOME”!

What was your first job?
Summer Job at Rita’s Italian Ice in VA Beach, VA
New State Government Workforce Survey Released
NCSFA strategic partner National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA) recently released a report on the state government workforce. State governments face growing challenges attracting, building and retaining critically important talent and workforce skills. New research from NASCA in collaboration with Accenture and NEOGOV with assistance from the National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE) suggests that as the public and private sectors battle for talent, government is falling too far behind in preparing for the workforce of the future.Job One for states is to start rethinking their workforce. This report provides a roadmap and clear recommendations for state leaders, governors, and legislators as well as highlights leading state example.
Government Fleet News and Notes
Thank You to Our Sponsors
National Conference of State Fleet Administrators
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