Bureaus

The Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages & Lottery Operations

Provides our state with superior products and services while providing top notch customer service to the constituents that we serve.

Division of Procurement Services

Provides leadership and services for innovative, responsive, and accountable public procurement by working in partnership with State agencies, other governments, and suppliers to provide quality goods and services.

The Bureau of the Budget

Provides central budget and position planning and control. The Bureau works with the Governor or Governor-elect to prepare and submit, biennially, a state budget document.

Maine Revenue Services

Provides easy, convenient access to Maine tax information, ensuring efficient administration of tax laws and providing quality taxpayer assistance.

The Bureau of Business Management

Provides a renewed focus on delivering procurement services by partnering with state agencies to better understand their business needs and strategic direction.
The Bureau will also continue to manage the disposition of surplus property and efficiently deliver postal services to all state agencies.

The Bureau of Real Estate Management

Deliver services to state owned and occupied facilities, and it will focus on core functions such as facility planning and construction office space planning, custodial and maintenance services, physical plant security and grounds maintenance.

The Bureau of Human Resources

Provides leadership in workforce management for the departments within Maine State Government.

Office of the State Controller

Maintains accounting policy and records according to Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) rules. Responsible for maintaining and reporting all state financial transactions, provides internal audit support for the agencies that comprise state government.

Office of Information Technology

Delivering safe, secure, and high-performing networks and systems to State Agencies for daily performance of their missions for the citizens of Maine.

State Economist

Conducts ongoing analysis of Maine's economy to inform planning and policy decisions, including performing special research projects undertaken with and for the Governor’s office, the Legislature and other state agencies.