The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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A&F oversees the financial and administrative aspects of state government.
A&F develops and executes cost-effective public policy initiatives and services that ensure the financial stability, efficiency, and effectiveness of state and local government.
The ATB hears and decides state and local tax appeals, including: property tax, individual income tax, corporate excise, sales and use tax, automobile excise, and water bills.
The Bureau of the State House works with the Executive Office, the Massachusetts Legislature, state agencies, and the Massachusetts Historical Commission in preserving, maintaining and restoring the Massachusetts state capitol.
We hear and decide appeals filed by certain state and municipal employees and candidates for positions covered by the civil service law, including: discipline, layoff, bypass, and examination appeals as well as classification appeals for all state employees.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue manages state taxes and child support. We also help cities and towns manage their finances.
The MDDC is an independent agency, funded by the federal government, dedicated to empowering people with developmental disabilities and their families to enjoy full productive lives by promoting self-sufficiency, community inclusion & opportunity.
DALA conducts administrative hearings and renders decisions for other Massachusetts state agencies.
DCAMM is responsible for capital planning, public building construction, facilities management, and real estate services for the Commonwealth.
The Group Insurance Commission (GIC) provides high-quality, affordable health insurance and other benefit options to over 251,000 enrollees and almost 442,000 members.
Human Resources is responsible for attracting, hiring and developing people to do purposeful work. We partner with agencies to build and support a high-performing diverse workforce.
The Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD) works to ensure the full and equal participation of all people with disabilities in all aspects of life by working to advance legal rights, maximum opportunities, supportive services, accommodations, and accessibility in a manner that fosters dignity and self-determination.
Where government meets business and business meets government through procurement, business diversity, and customer focus.
PERAC provides oversight, guidance, monitoring, and regulation for the Massachusetts Public Pension System that relates to public employees of the Commonwealth.
The State Library of Massachusetts supports the research and information needs of government, libraries, and the public through innovative services and access to a comprehensive repository of state documents and other historical items.
The Massachusetts Teachers’ Retirement System is the largest of the Commonwealth’s 104 contributory retirement systems. We provide retirement, disability, and survivor benefits to more than 91,000 active educators and over 63,000 retirees and survivors.