Standing Committee on Finance and Administration (SCOFA)


Welcome to the website of the AASHTO Standing Committee on Finance and Administration, or SCOFA. We address a wide range of issues and interests including general administrative practices, civil rights, financial management, transportation finance policy, uniform accounting procedures, human resource management, information systems, legal affairs, public affairs, and internal/external audit. Given the current economic and political climate, there is no shortage of challenges ahead of us in the area of transportation finance and administration. I hope that you will find this website to be a useful resource in addressing such challenges.

John Schroer
Tennessee Department of Transportation

Latest News from the
AASHTO Journal


Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew took to an economics forum to help make the case for the administration’s surface transportation plan, which would use a temporary windfall from a corporate tax overhaul to cover four years of enhanced spending on highway, transit and rail systems. View the full story in the October 10 AASHTO Journal

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), who chairs the Environment and Public Works Committee that produced a long-term highway authorization bill this year, is pressing House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) to help quickly produce revenue options that lawmakers from both chambers can embrace. View the full story in the October 10 AASHTO Journal

MAP-21 Reauthorization

House Transportation Chairman Bill Shuster says he wants to write a highway and transit bill that would run five or six years, depending on revenue choices and amounts they produce, and thinks it will need a combination of funding options. View the full story in the October 10 AASHTO Journal


  • ​21-24 November 2014: SCOFA and Subcommittee on Transportation Finance Policy Meetings, AASHTO Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC

For a complete list, please refer to AASHTO's Meetings webpage or AASHTO's Center For Excellence in Project Finance Industry Events Calendar.


All 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico have the opportunity to designate one official member on the Committee. For questions about Committee business and membership appointments, please contact Joung Lee or Bud McDonald.​