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DCAMM Certification: Telecom

DCAMM Certified Contractor

Contractors wishing to submit prime bids on public building projects estimated to cost more than one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for the construction, reconstruction, installation, demolition, maintenance, or repair of any publicly owned building must first be certified by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM). The certification process is conducted by DCAMM Contractor Certification Office and is required for all projects put bid under Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 149, §44A and Chapter 149A. A contract is subject to M.G.L. c. 149 §44A and c. 149A if:

• It is put out to bid by a public agency (including state agencies, authorities, counties, cities and towns); and
• It is for the construction, reconstruction, demolition, maintenance, or repair of a building; and
• It is estimated to cost over $100,000.

The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) is an agency within the Executive Office for Administration and Finance (A&F). DCAMM is responsible for integrated facilities management, major public building construction, and real estate services for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

FTG Technologies has been assigned contractor identification number 3064 by the DCAMM Contractor Certification Office.

FTG Technologies is DCAMM certified for Telecommunications systems. Under this category FTG is authorized to provide the installation, repair and maintenance of telephone, intercom, television, computer network or related equipment for a major communication system within a building.

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