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Finance & Funding

Provide quality financial and administrative services to optimize the accomplishment of MDOT's mission.

MDOT's Bureau of Finance and Administration (BFA) is responsible for providing accounting, budgeting, contracting, purchasing, and administrative services to the department.

BFA also provides public financial and legislative reports, as well as bonding information.

The bureau is comprised of three divisions: Financial Operations, Accounting Services, and Contract Services. 

Bureau of Finance and Administration
Patrick McCarthy, CPA, Director

Financial Operations
Adam Feldpausch, CPA Administrator

Accounting Services
Andrea Mowry, Administrator

Contract Services
Carol Rademacher, Administrator

Annual Financial Report

This report is prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). In addition, this report is in accordance with Department of Management and Budget, Administrative Guide to State Government, Procedure 1210.09 which requires state agencies issuing financial reports to be consistent with the State of Michigan Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (SOMACFR).

Previous Financial Reports


MDOT has the authority to issue bonds for a variety of transportation programs. Bond financing allows the department to advance projects so users can enjoy the social and economic benefits sooner.

Indian Lakes Road during autumn in Kent County.

Act 51

Act 51 is the main road funding source for most cities and villages. Act 51 defines the formula by which Michigan distributes money for road maintenance to cities, villages, and counties.

Act 51