Business Resources and Referral
On this page you will find a special introduction to other Massachusetts
business resources and referral sites to help you with further procurement opportunities.
Mass.Gov Portal Site - Commonwealth of Massachusetts
See information ranging from organizational listings of state agencies to tax information,
and many other useful links.
Department of Business
Further your business development here, and go on to other possible
opportunities (e.g. tourism, international opportunities...)
Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM)
DCAMM is committed to diversity in its workforce of dedicated professionals, and
to providing opportunities to minority and women business enterprises in support
of their agency's mission. Chapter 193 of the Acts of 2004, entitled "An Act Further
Regulating Public Construction In the Commonwealth" was signed into law on July 19, 2004,
changing public construction statutes. For more information visit the DCAMM web site.
Massachusetts Office of
How to do business in the Commonwealth is a key question. If you want to know
what private or public resources are available, technical assistance programs
and other opportunites to expand your business, this web site is a place you
Expand your market base by selling your products or services to the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Bidding on state contracts is now easier for all
business owners through the Commonwealth's Procurement Access and Solicitation
System. Visit this site and see new solicitations that you can compete for, and,
possibly form partnerships with other businesses.
Business Resources including State Departments and Authorities
Access to addresses and phone numbers from the Operational Services Division
Online Services for Business website. Be sure to browse through this site to see what else
you may find useful.
Supplier Diversity Program
The purpose of this web-site is to provide crucial information about the
Supplier Diversity Program, and to guide and encourage minority and women owned
Commonwealth Cities and
"Commonwealth Communities" are your resources for finding information on the 351
cities and towns in Massachusetts.
U.S. Small Business
Administration (US SBA)
An independent agency of the federal government set up to aid, counsel, assist, and
protect the interests of small business concerns. Be sure to visit here as a
diffferent resource to improve your business.
Malden Chamber of Commerce
Malden Chamber of Commerce provides many networking opportunities for you to promote your business.
Massachusetts Development Finance Agency's mission is to help build the communities of the Commonwealth by stimulating economic development.
The Massachusetts Alliance for Small Contractors is a nonprofit corporation
whose purpose is to assist small, minority-owned and women-owned business
Office of Small and
Disadvantaged Business Utilization
Check with this agency that is constantly at work for America by building a
safe and efficient transportation system for the 21st century.
Internal Revenue Service
It's always a good idea to stay in shape, and the same holds true when it
comes to tax forms and publications. Exercise all your options in this section.
Overview, Schedule C Filers,
e-News for Small Businesses,
the Tax Gap Fact Sheets, and
Government contracting resource by public and private organizations
throughout North America. Free site content includes
"how to" articles, a highly focused
bid search engine, and the world's largest
database of U.S.-based government vendors.
Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
Want to sell to the government? Overwhelmed by registrations, certifications, and solicitations? Contact Mass PTAC - we can help!
Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network (MSBDC)
The MSBDC network provides free, confidential one-to-one counseling, and
low-cost training programs to prospective and existing small businesses
throughout Massachusetts. If you're thinking about starting a business, or
looking to take your business to the next level, check out MSBDC…
Department of Industrial Accidents (DIA)
If your business is interested in receiving grant money for safety programs, please visit the Department of Industrial
Accidents Office of Safety web site.
Massachusetts Corporations Division
File your annual report online or create a new business in the Commonwealth.
The Career Place provides comprehensive employment and career services that are easy to access, customer-driven, and linked to
the latest technology. Since 1997, Career Place has served over 65,000 individuals and more than 4,000 local
employers. Chartered by the Metro North Regional Employment Board and managed by Middlesex Community College,
Career Place helps individuals to find current job openings, assess their skill levels and interests and enter
education and training programs. In addition to a friendly and professional environment in which to work, we
offer a wealth of resources free of charge, including professional career counseling, employment workshops and
access to state-of-the-art research tools, including the Internet. The Career Place provides area businesses a
convenient one-stop source for skilled workers and training options. Account representatives work closely with
employers to locate qualified job applicants, upgrade the skills of their existing workers, navigate training and
economic development programs and provide up-to-date online labor market information. Employers can also benefit
from the many free services at The Career Place including posting current job openings and using conference rooms
for on-site recruiting. For your information, please contact Bob Reidy, Project Manager, 781-932-5508 or email@example.com