Capitol Event Permits
Small Business Certification for Minorities, Women, Veterans, and People with Disabilities
Property and Casualty Insurance
Contract parking on the Capitol Complex
Cooperative purchasing opportunities
Electric Vehicle charging stations
Info about visiting the State Capitol
Info on flying a flag over the State Capitol
Info on government data
Public auction dates
Public parking on the Capitol Complex
Safety and loss control help
Services for small agencies, boards, and councils
Solicitation and bid announcements
State surplus property
Vehicles for state use
As a state vendor
For continuous improvement training
For state auctions
A state agency workers' compensation claim
A property and casualty insurance claim
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At the Department of Administration, we provide a variety of administrative services for state agencies. A number of services are also available for counties, cities and other local units of government.
Building management and maintenance, parking services, event booking for the State Capitol, and maps of the Capitol Complex area.
Construction manuals, guidelines and forms, master contracts, the State Designer Selection Board and more.
Our continuous improvement program offers training, consultation, and other continuous improvement support to state government and its employees.
Make a government data request, learn about open meetings, explore demographic data, or read and order official state publications.
Explore state grant opportunities, information about Arts and Cultural Heritage (Legacy) Grants, and resources related to state grant-making and grants management.
Postal services and interoffice mailing for Minnesota state agencies.
Apply for event permits, see available venues, and find more information about events and rallies happening at the State Capitol Complex.
Facilitating the strategic acquisition of goods and services for the State of Minnesota and other governmental entities.
Space management, leasing and sales and acquisitions of state real property.
Operating state government's insurance program and managing workers' compensation and safety programs.
Expert human resources and financial management services for the state's small agencies, boards and councils.
The Office of the State Archaeologist, where you'll find resources related to Minnesota Archaeology, protection of burial sites and public site management.
Acquiring and distributing surplus government property, for reuse by state agencies or for sale via live and online auctions.
Vehicle leasing and fleet management services for state government offices.