Louisiana Division of Administration

About Us

The Louisiana Property Assistance Agency has been designated by the Commissioner of Administration as responsible for the control and disposition of all state movable property and fleet management for the State of Louisiana. These programs operate under the statutory authority of Louisiana Revised Statutes 39:321-332 and 39:361-364.

Movable property regulations provide the framework needed to track movable property from cradle to grave. Inventory requirements are defined, personnel responsibilities are assigned, and disposal mechanisms for state owned mova​ble property assets are provided within these statutes. They allow LPAA to return as much revenue as possible back to the state from the sale of assets no longer needed by any state agency, or preference buyer as defined within the statutes.

The purpose of the Fleet management program is to provide motor vehicle and related services to the state and to maintain safe, dependable, and cost effective transportation for state employees requiring the use of passenger vehicles in the performance of their jobs. The statutes define objectives which are designed to regulate the fleet’s size, makeup, and benefits.


The Louisiana Property Assistance Agency (LPAA) provides for the accountability of the state’s movable property using sound management practices; ensures that all state agencies comply with the State Property Control and Fleet Management Regulations; provides a savings and return on state and federal monies through redistribution and sale of surplus property; and tracks the utilization of the state’s fleet of passenger vehicles.


The Louisiana Property Assistance Agency (LPAA) will provide sound property and fleet management program advice to the state agencies it regulates and exceptional customer service to its internal and external customers.


The Louisiana Property Assistance Agency (LPAA) strives to provide outstanding assistance to all state agencies to ensure they remain compliant with property and fleet management program rules and regulations.  When necessary, LPAA will work with enforcement agencies to correct matters our advice fails to remedy.  The agency also endeavors to make sound business decisions regarding the use and disposal of movable property assets which reassure the taxpayers that state government is a good steward of their tax dollars.