Deborah W. Ferrell, Executive Manager
134 State Street
Government Business Services (GBS) houses a wide variety of support services vital to the efficient operation of state government. Inside the Government Business Services directorate you will find Fleet Management Services (FMS) and the Vermont Information Centers (VICD) network. We are also home to a full-feature Print Shop, the State’s Postal Center, and the Surplus Property program which administers both State Surplus and Federal Surplus programs.
FY 2016 Annual Program Reports
To provide business services that support the mission of State government.
To provide clean, well-maintained, safe, cost-effective transportation for employees while performing their official duties, and to reduce the environmental impact of state employee travel.
Coordinating Print and Postal Services
Working together, the Print Shop and Postal Center coordinate the printing, addressing, assembling (folding/stuffing), and mailing of documents in the most cost effective manner that will meet government’s needs.
Provide state government economical and convenient access to postal and courier services.
Provide economical and convenient access to printing and copier services.
Facilitate the disposal of surplus goods from both State and Federal government sources in an environmentally responsible manner.
Vermont Information Centers Division
To provide travel information and a safety break to travelers. To serve as Vermont’s billboards – promoting the “Vermont Experience” by marketing Vermont businesses, attractions, and events to the traveling public.
These essential services which state and local government rely on every day are located in Middlesex (Print and Postal), in Waterbury (Surplus Property), and in multiple locations around the state (8 FMS locations and 19 VICD locations). Our qualified and dedicated staff of over 125 works together as a team to provide exceptional customer service and value. Just ask our customers.