The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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The Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation oversees the state’s Lemon Laws and Lemon Law Arbitration, Data Breach reporting, Home Improvement Contractor Programs, and the state’s Do Not Call Registry. We help all Massachusetts consumers, home improvement contractors, people seeking help with a recently purchased car, tenants and landlords, and businesses seeking to report a data breach or interested in the data breach notification law.
We also oversee 5 regulatory agencies: Division of Banks, Division of Insurance, Division of Standards, Division of Professional Licensure, and the Department of Telecommunications and Cable.
The Lemon Laws protect you if you buy a vehicle in Massachusetts that has serious defects.
The state regulates building and trades related to construction work and similar projects. Learn about licensing rules in Massachusetts.
Do you own or rent property in Massachusetts? Find resources for tenants and landlords, homeowners, developers, and more.
Massachusetts offers services and resources to keep you and your loved ones healthy, safe, and happy. Find out how we can support you.
Massachusetts enforces laws to protect consumers from fraud, deception, and other unfair business practices.
The Division of Professional Licensure oversees 39 boards of registration licenses individuals and businesses in some 167 trades and professions.
Today, the Office of the State Treasurer and the Baker-Polito Administration’s Division of Banks announced the first recipients of the Operation Money Wise: Financial Education Opportunity Grant.
Today, the Baker-Polito Administration, in partnership with State Treasurer Deb Goldberg’s Office, announced the second-round recipients of Financial Education Innovation funding.