Annual Reports Produced by DCAMM

Find annual reports published by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM).

Supplier Diversity, Affirmative Marketing Program for Design & Construction - Annual Reports

On January 13, 2017 DCAMM issued the FY 2016 Supplier Diversity – Affirmative Marketing Report for Design and Construction.  The program is established under  M.G.L. Chapter 7C, §6, and various Executive Orders and Administrative Bulletins, including Executive Orders 559 and 565 signed by Governor Baker last year, through which the Baker-Polito Administration reaffirmed and strengthened the Commonwealth’s commitment to leading the nation in supporting an inclusive marketplace – one that offers competitive opportunity for businesses as diverse as the people of the Commonwealth.

DCAMM establishes design and construction participation goals based on its statewide disparity study, and project-specific considerations including scope, size, and availability of certain types of firms.  Our combined MBE/WBE standard goals are currently 10.4% for construction, and 17.9% for design, but are modified as appropriate based on the project. 

MAssets - Reports on Real Property

The 2016 Real Property Report, published on February 15, 2017, is based primarily on data from DCAMM’s Capital Asset Management Information System (CAMIS) database. As of the publication of this report the Commonwealth owns nearly 734,000 acres of land and over 88 million gross square feet of building and other improvements throughout state. The Commonwealth also leases over 7 million usable square feet of space from the private sector which are also detailed in this report.

The Real Property Report reflects updates provided to DCAMM by other agencies and/or compiled internally by the DCAMM CAMIS Team regarding the acquisition, disposition, or transfer of Commonwealth land and improvements, as well as private leases held by state agencies through DCAMM Office of Leasing.

Public Records Annual Report for Calendar Year 2017 

Available in early 2018.

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