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IN QUALIFYING EMERGENCY SITUATIONS, CERTAIN PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION PROCUREMENT LAWS MAY BE WAIVED UNDER G.L. c. 149, §44(A)(4) OR THE ADVERTISING REQUIREMENTS MAY BE WAIVED UNDER G.L. c. 149, §44(J)(6). UNDER THESE LAWS, PUBLIC AWARDING AUTHORITIES SEEKING AN EMERGENCY WAIVER MUST RECEIVE WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM THE DIVISION OF CAPITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE (DCAMM) BEFORE WORK COMMENCES UNLESS THE URGENCY OF THE SITUATION PRECLUDES RECEIVING DCAMM’S PRIOR APPROVAL. IN ANY CASE, PLEASE CONTACT DCAMM IMMEDIATELY
Emergency Waiver Request (EWR) Letter
Emergency Waiver Requests (EWR) should be submitted by letter on official agency or municipality letterhead and signed by an authorized official. The letter must address each and every one of the following items in detail. Failure to do so may result in a delay in processing the request while missing information is obtained by DCAMM.
Please attach supportive documentation and relevant information such as letters, reports, and orders from expert consultants and local or state officials, if any. You will be notified before the end of the next business day whether the request is approved, denied or requires additional information. Please note that when Emergency Waivers are granted, awarding authorities must nevertheless comply with prevailing wage, bonding and DCAMM contractor certification (when applicable) requirements.
Send Emergency Waiver Request Letter by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, when you send your EWR to this email address, it is not necessary to mail DCAMM a hardcopy.
If you have no access to a computer or e-mail, you may fax the letter to (617) 727-5363 and mail a hardcopy to:
Carol Gladstone, CommissionerDivision of Capital Asset Management and MaintenanceOne Ashburton Place, 15th FloorBoston, MA 02108Attn: Office of General Counsel
For questions, please contact:
George M. Matthews, Deputy General Counsel
(617) 727-4050 Ext. 31385
Susan M. Goldfischer, Deputy General Counsel
(617) 727-4050 Ext. 31389
Rita C. Mercado, Deputy General Counsel
(617) 727-4050 Ext. 31303
Beth Eromin, Deputy General Counsel
(617) 727-4050 Ext. 31219
Freya Bernstein, Deputy General Counsel
(617) 727-4050 Ext. 31318
Pete Wilson, Deputy General Counsel
(617) 727-4050 Ext. 31382
Emergency snow removal work does not qualify for an emergency waiver under G.L. c. 149 § 44A.