In Partnership

With Government Agencies

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UMass Services for Government Agencies

As the state's public research university, the University of Massachusetts is committed to a leadership role in public service to the Commonwealth and beyond. This service to government can take many forms ranging from program evaluation and customized training, to policy analysis and direct services. It also occurs in a range of government functions from K-12 education and public health to the environment and public policy.

Accordingly, UMass partners with local, state and federal agencies to deliver services utilizing the experience and expertise of the faculty and professional staff of the five-campus system. Services include:

The following UMass organizations either facilitate University/government partnerships or work directly with government agencies:

Note: Some of the organizations listed are pre-approved for select consulting, training, and evaluation services on the federal General Services Administration (GSA) Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) schedule and on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts PRF-29 schedule. Check each group's website for more details.