Bureau of General Services
Interim Director Bert Bilodeau
The Bureau of General Services (BGS) provides consolidated management and coordinated oversight for a range of property, procurement, risk management and central services to meet the operational needs of State programs and services. BGS pursues cost-effective operations in its own activities and in the operations of other departments and agencies. BGS's enabling or authorizing laws can be found in 5 MRSA, Chapters 152 through 156, and Federal Management Regulations Title 41, Part 102-37.
BGS is comprised of seven functional divisions. The Director's office coordinates research, policy and reporting, inter-divisional and inter-agency initiatives, various statutory stakeholder groups, public improvement projects and expenditures as authorized by the Legislature, energy procurement and market monitoring, and a variety of other special projects.
The bureau has seven divisions:
- Central Fleet Management
- Central Services
- Leased Space
- Planning, Design and Construction
- Property Management