State Business Resources
Mass Office of Business Development: MOBD is the state's designated business services agency and can assist you with permitting.
Office of Labor and Workforce Development: Providing information and guidance on labor and workforce development, policies, workforce investment and other key issues.
Massachusetts Attorney General: The Office of the Attorney General is comprised of five bureaus: Executive, Business and Labor Protection, Criminal, Government, and Public Protection, each of which is divided into one or more divisions and units.
Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism: The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) is the state agency dedicated to promoting Massachusetts as friendly, family-oriented destination set in the midst of rich historical and cultural tradition. MOTT serves as a leader in the tourism industry, bringing together the public and private sectors to promote Massachusetts as a leisure destination.
Mass BizWorks: Connects businesses to many money-saving services offered by the state - all at no cost to businesses.
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA)
The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles: The official website of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles
Manufacturing in Massachusetts: The Commonwealth provides the resources manufacturers need to access creative financing solutions, save on energy costs, attract qualified workers, and take their businesses to the next level.
Coastal Community Capital: A non-profit community development lender, Coastal Community Capital provides capital throughout the Commonwealth. Coastal has access to an array of funding sources, including SBA 504 and 7A loans, loan guarantees, and direct lending. For more information, or to apply for a loan online, visit CoastalCommunityCapital.org.
CONNECT Internship Portal: CONNECTLink is a one-stop portal for employers in Southeastern Massachusetts to publicize internships and jobs to all five CONNECT colleges and universities: Bridgewater State University, Bristol Community College, Cape Cod Community College, Massasoit Community College, and University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Government
Members of the Massachusetts Senate
Members of the Massachusetts House of Representatives