Below is a list of applicable statutes, regulations and executive orders that form the basis for OSD’s oversight of each of these functional areas:

  
Overall Statutory Authority:
 
The Mass General Law that creates the Operational Services Division and its procurement/sourcing, collective purchasing, surplus property, printing/reprographic and vehicle oversight authority.MGL c. 7, § 4A
Procurement/Sourcing:
 
Purchase of supplies and equipment; rules and regulations; duties of state purchasing agentMGL c. 7, § 22
Collective purchasing by commonwealth and political subdivisionsMGL c. 7, § 22A
Requirements for doing business in Northern IrelandMGL c. 7, § 22C
The Mass General Law that creates a Standardization BoardMGL c. 7, § 26
Travel-related services; purchase coordinationMGL c. 7, § 27A
Consultants; employment and compensation; legislative reportsMGL c. 29, § 29A
Utility expenses of commonwealth; recoupment of overchargesMGL c. 29, § 29G
Purchasing of goods, supplies, equipment and services for state departmentsMGL c. 30, § 51
Approval of purchasesMGL c. 30, § 52
Purchase of articles made by blind persons for use in state and other public institutionsMGL c. 6, § 134
Procurement of Commodities or Services, Including Human and Social Services - sets forth the rules that executive branch departments must use when purchasing commodities and services, including human and social services.801 CMR 21.00
Executive Order Establishing Nutrition Standards for Food Purchased and Served by State AgenciesExecutive Order 509
Establishing an Environmental Purchasing PolicyExecutive Order 515
Enhancing the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Executive Department Procurements and Establishing a Municipal Procurement ProgramExecutive Order 533
Division of Purchased Services:
 
Bureau of purchased services; responsibilities; pricing methods; appeals; audits; rules and regulationsMGL c. 7, § 22N
Contracts with organizations providing social, etc., servicesMGL c. 29, § 29B
Compliance, Reporting and Auditing for Human and Social Services - sets forth compliance, reporting and auditing requirements for human and social service programs purchased by state departments, as well as private special education programs subject to OSD's pricing.808 CMR 1.00
State Printing:
 
State purchasing agent; examination of printing billsMGL c. 7, § 15
Expenditures for documents; approval; filing; salesMGL c. 7, § 29
Surplus Property:
 
State agency for surplus property; duties.MGL c. 7, § 4L
Purchase of supplies and equipment; rules and regulations; duties of state purchasing agentMGL c. 7, § 22
Transfer of supplies between state agencies; approval of amount purchased.MGL c. 7, § 25A
Disposition of Surplus State Property (Personal) - insures that the Commonwealth realizes the maximum benefit from surplus personal property by regulating the manner of handling such property.802 CMR 3.00
Office of Vehicle Management:
 
State passenger vehicles and light duty pickup trucks; regulations governing use; report; personal use prohibited.MGL c. 7, § 9A
Motor vehicles owned by commonwealth; use and marking; regulations and restrictions, enforcement; transfer.MGL c. 30, § 36
Supplier Diversity Office:
 
Statement of policy promoting minority, women and veterans businessesMGL c. 7, § 57
Definitions applicable to Sections 59 to 61MGL c. 7, § 58
Supplier diversity officeMGL c. 7, § 58A
Director of supplier diversity officeMGL c. 7, § 59
Unified Certification Program Trust FundMGL c. 7, § 60
Powers and duties of supplier diversity officeMGL c. 7, § 61
Supplier Diversity Office - governs the process of certification of minority, woman and minority/woman business enterprises, non-profit organizations and joint ventures.425 CMR 2.00
Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs49 CFR Part 26
Establishing the Massachusetts Small Business Purchasing ProgramExecutive Order 523
Establishing the Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Program (Revoking and Superseding Executive Order No. 390)Executive Order 524
Establishing the Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business Enterprise ProgramExecutive Order 546