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October 20, 2021

Introducing the redesign of

Screenshots of the updated
The Office of the Comptroller (CTR) is pleased to announce a redesign of its website,

The updated offers improved navigation for users, a more robust search feature, heightened performance, full functionality across any device, and full accessibility. Improved workflows will enable CTR to maintain information that is timely, accurate, and helpful to our users. In short, we have re-designed the website with you, its core users, in mind. is built with state-of-the-industry security systems in place. Additionally, rigorous safeguards have been implemented to ensure that the Commonwealth’s data is secure.

CTR Intranet has migrated

Additionally, now offers users within state government a seamless experience when transitioning to and from the CTR Intranet, now located at Users who are on the state network MAGNet or using the state VPN connection will be able to access important reports and the MMARS Knowledge Center on

Links changing

Old hyperlinks to CTR forms, Fiscal Year Memos, and reports are changing. Any bookmarks beginning with “” or “” must be updated.

NOTE: Policies, job aids, and any other documents which reside on PowerDMS will remain at the same URLs.

Any department seeking assistance should contact the CTR Solution Desk for assistance.


CTR was aided by an external review team, which was instrumental in the design and content phases of both the public-facing website and intranet. The team was comprised of members from the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, the Massachusetts Department of Criminal Justice Information Services, the Human Resources Division, the Massachusetts District Attorneys Association, and the Department of Mental Health. CTR thanks these individuals and their departments for their invaluable contributions to this project.

Additionally, CTR solicited, received, and accounted for dozens of suggestions and comments during the redesign process from users across the state.