Using Commonwealth Owned Real Estate Assets

The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance issues leases and grants easements for the use of Commonwealth real estate assets.

Lease Commonwealth Owned Real Estate Assets

DCAMM, under certain legislative terms and conditions, may lease surplus or underutilized Commonwealth real estate assets.

DCAMM may enter into long-term leases, in consultation with other state agencies, for use of surplus Commonwealth Real Estate Assets when authorized by special legislation.

Telecommunications Program

DCAMM facilitates the lease of Commonwealth property for communications infrastructure to FCC-licensed telecommunications providers, and facilities management companies. 

We look forward to working with you to improve the reliability of telecommunications networks across the Commonwealth. 

Please see COMMBUYS for all DCAMM Telecommunication Solicitations.

Easements

DCAMM, when authorized by special legislation, grants easements for use of Commonwealth property. 

Asset Management Board

The Asset Management Board (AMB) reviews and approves proposed projects that involve the long-term lease of real estate assets held by state agencies.  AMB Board members include the Commissioner of DCAMM, the Inspector General, and three members appointed by the Governor.  The Asset Management Board statute may be found at M.G.L. Chapter 7B, and it's regulations at 810 CMR 2.00.

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