Related Agencies

The Massachusetts Film Office works closely with the following agencies:

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The Division of Capital Asset Management (DCAM) is the state agency responsible for major public building construction and real estate services for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. DCAM manages hundreds of millions annually in capital construction projects and more than 500 active leases comprising 7 million square feet of privately-owned lease space housing state offices. DCAM is also responsible for assisting our client-agencies in maintaining state facilities using comprehensive and cost-effective maintenance and management strategies. Thatiana Gibson
Regional Planner
(617) 727-4050
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The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources’ (MDAR) mission is to ensure the long-term viability of agriculture in Massachusetts. Through its four divisions – Agricultural Conservation & Technical Assistance, Agricultural Markets, Animal Health, and Crop and Pest Services – MDAR strives to support, regulate and enhance the rich diversity of the Commonwealth’s agricultural community to promote economically and environmentally sound food safety and animal health measures, and fulfill agriculture’s role in energy conservation and production. Rose Arruda
Director of Events
(617) 626-1849
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The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is steward of one of the largest state parks systems in the country. Its 450,000 acres is made up of forests, parks, greenways, historic sites and landscapes, seashores, lakes, ponds, reservoirs and watersheds, which at provide a perfect backdrop for professional photography, film and/or video.| FILMING Permits are required. Joseph M. Rotondo
Event/Film Coordinator
(617) 626-1482
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The mission of the Massachusetts Department of Revenue is to achieve maximum compliance with the tax, child support and municipal finance laws of the Commonwealth. In meeting its mission, the Department is dedicated to enforcing these laws in a fair, impartial and consistent manner by providing professional and courteous service to all its customers. Film Tax Credit Unit
Sharen Brown
Director
Casey Chmielecki
Unit Supervisor
(617) 887-6974
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The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) is the state agency dedicated to promoting Massachusetts as a friendly, family-oriented destination set in the midst of rich historical and cultural tradition. MOTT’s budget is derived from a portion of the state hotel room occupancy tax and is therefore responsible for encouraging overnight stays, as well as increasing tourism-related spending and payroll. MOTT serves as a leader in the tourism industry, bringing together the public and private sectors to promote Massachusetts as a leisure destination. Annie Moloney
Chief of Staff
(617) 973-8508
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The Massachusetts Sports Marketing Office (MSMO) of the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism at the Massachusetts Marketing Partnership is the state agency dedicated to promoting the Commonwealth as a premier sports destination. Shannah McArdle
Director
(617) 973-8504
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The Department of Fire Services is the sole agency within state government responsible for overall coordination of fire service policy and operations.
NEW REGULATIONS, require that contact be made with each local fire department where prep, building or filming is to take place. A list of these contacts are provided here.
Matthew Allen Murray
Compliance Officer
(978) 567-3371
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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is a merger of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority (MTA), Massachusetts Highway Department (MHD), the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV), the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission (MAC), and the Tobin Bridge, currently owned and operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority (MPA). MassDOT includes four Divisions: Highway (roadways, bridges, and tunnels of the former Mass. Highway Department and Mass. Turnpike Authority), Transit (all transit initiatives and oversees the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority [MBTA]), Aeronautics (public use airports, private use landing areas, and seaplane bases), and Registry of Motor Vehicles (vehicle operator licensing and vehicle and aircraft registration). Heather Hamilton
Dir. Roadway Maintenance, Statewide Operations
(617) 620-4934
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Massport owns and operates an integrated world-class transportation network that promotes economic growth and opportunity, enhances the quality of life of New England residents and protects the freedom to travel safely, securely, efficiently and cost-effectively. It owns and operates Boston Logan International Airport, public terminals in the Port of Boston, Hanscom Field and Worcester Regional Airport. Danny Levy
Dir. Strategic Communications & Marketing
(617) 568-3128
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The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) operates bus, subway, short distance rail, and water ferry passenger services throughout the city of Boston and the Greater Boston region. |FILMING

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(617) 222-5568
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The Massachusetts State Police (MSP), in partnership with local communities, is an agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, that is responsible for criminal law enforcement and traffic vehicle regulation across the state. David Procopio
Dir. of Media Communications
(508) 820-2623
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