Mass.Gov consolidates information from the various agencies of Massachusetts government into one portal. Our users include residents of the state, businesses, public employees and visitors to the Commonwealth. If you are unable to find the resources you're looking for during your site visit, our online help page provides further assistance. You can also read our site policies.
How is Mass.Gov organized?
While navigating Mass.gov, you will be linked to agency websites when they're better able to provide more in-depth information or when an online task needs to be completed. You can return to the main Mass.Gov portal at any point by clicking on the Mass.Gov logo found at the top left of every page.
To aid you in finding the information you're seeking, we've provided an alphabetical list of topics we cover, an alphabetical directory of all State agencies and an alphabetical list of forms available online. You can also perform a search of all State government sites via the search bar found at the top of every page.
Who manages this site?
Mass.Gov is managed by the Information Technology Division within the Executive Office for Administration and Finance. A Portal Advisory Board advises Mass.Gov on strategy, policy and priorities and serves as a forum to advocate for enhancements to the Mass.Gov portal. The Board is composed of management and technology leaders from across state government, including the Governor's Office, Office of the Treasurer, Office of the Attorney General, Office of the Comptroller, and Secretariats in the Executive Department.
Mass.Gov receives almost 900,000 visits with about 2.5 million pages viewed per month.