• Office of Facilities Management and Maintenance

    The Office of Facilities Management and Maintenance (OFMM) provides guidance and support to the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM), state agencies and the Administration on the preservation of capital assets through the development of comprehensive and cost-effective maintenance and management strategies.
  • Integrated Facilities Management (IFM)

    IFM encompasses all of the activities that are focused on managing, maintaining and supporting fully operational buildings throughout their lifecycle.

  • Capital Asset Management Information Program

    DCAMM, in partnership with ANF-IT, administers the state's capital asset management information platform.  The platform currently comprises a legacy system called CAMIS, and a new system named Tririga/New CAMIS.  Work is underway to migrate all legacy system users to Tririga/New CAMIS.
  • Facilities Management and Maintenance Standards (FMMS)

    FMMS are intended to serve as minimum standards for all state-owned facilities and represent the current best practices for facilities management and maintenance. FMMS are designed to meet the Commonwealth’s commitments, maximize the efficiency of business processes, and comply with legal and regulatory requirements.

  • Service Delivery and Quality Performance Requirements (SDQPR)

    The SDQPRs describe how services will be performed and managed to meet the requirements established in the Facility Management and Maintenance Standards (FMMS) for Commonwealth facilities. The SDQPRs also establish consistency in service delivery and a method for measuring performance over time.

  • Maintenance Information for State Facilities Professionals & Massachusetts Facilities Management Association (MAFMA)

    A network of state facilities managers that meet periodically to discuss specific topics of interest with the aim toward increased information sharing and problem solving.
  • Statewide Accessibility Initiative

    DCAMM's Statewide Accessibility Initiative was conceived in 2010 as a program to assist Commonwealth’s agencies make decisions that would improve their compliance with the American Disabilities Act (ADA), using a combination of policy development, program access planning, building operations and maintenance procedures, and priorities for capital spending. 

  • Energy & Sustainability

    Working to ensure that facilities attain practicable goals in sustainable design and construction and achieve optimal levels of energy and water efficiency for existing, renovated, and new buildings.
  • Job Order Contracting Program

    A pilot program, JOC is a unit price construction delivery method to procure building renovation and repair work for immediate needs projects.  JOC contracts are open to DCAMM certified contractors and allow for the execution of multiple projects under a single contract, saving time, reducing costs and increasing opportunities.

  • State Office Buildings

     Managed by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM)