Contractors Debarred or Suspended by DCAMM

Find contractors that have been debarred or suspended by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM).

Applicable law prohibits firms debarred by either state entities or the federal government from submitting bids or proposals to any Massachusetts public agency or entity. The law also prohibits public agencies and entities from soliciting or considering bids or proposals from debarred individuals and firms and prohibits execution, renewal or extension of contracts with an individual or firm debarred by any of the above referenced governmental entities.

DCAMM Debarred or Suspended Contractors List

DCAMM Debarred or Suspended Contractors List - This list consists only of individuals and firms suspended or debarred by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) pursuant to G.L. c. 29, §29F and G.L. c. 149, §44C.

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Debarment may occur, by the federal government or the state, when there is evidence of improper conduct, including, but not limited to, fraud, collusion, attempts to improperly influence a bid process or indictment by the bidder/contractor. All departments must check the debarred vendor lists below before awarding or renewing a contract in order to ensure that they are not awarding a contract to a debarred vendor.

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