The ongoing local war claims processing at the recently opened War Claims Centers in the old Hakubotan building in Tamuning is not endorsed by the U.S. Treasury, according to Guam Delegate Michael San Nicolas.

“Please be advised that the governor's war claims processing...

Allowing upward mobility for old-time public employees could provide a long-term solution to impending gaps in government of Guam workforce, according to Sen. Sabina Perez.

“In five years, the government stands to lose a large part of its workforce due to retirement. We...

 The government of Guam lost $65 million in uncollected use tax due to flawed and deficient  process, according to the Office of Public Accountability.

OPA cited deficiencies in its manual processes including: the control, assessment, and recording of incoming carg...

The Committee with Legislative Oversight of the Hagåtña Restoration and Redevelopment Authority (HRRA) is seeking to scrutinize seven unidentified documents which, according to committee chair Sen. Kelly Marsh (Taitano), cost up to $497,000 or more of taxpayer dollars...

The Consolidated Commission on Utilities violated the open government law when it approved behind closed doors the $1.3 million in pay raises and bonuses for unclassified employees of the Guam Power Authority and Guam Waterworks Authority, the Office of Public Accounta...

Acting Department of Corrections Director Frank Ishizaki has signed 28 offer letters to potential recruits in an effort to address the manpower shortage at DOC.

Funding for the new recruits will come from existing budgetary authority, according to the governor's office...

  Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero has signed eight bills into law:

  • Bill 13-35 – Sen. Amanda Shelton – Protects elderly and disabled individuals from financial exploitation. It is now Public Law 35-50.

   "Public Law 35-50, protects our manåmko' and individuals with disabiliti...

Former senator Frank Ishizaki has been appointed to serve as acting director of the Department of Corrections following the resignation of  Samantha Brennan as head of the department.

“Senator Ishizaki will bring strength, stability, and proven leadership to DOC when we...

Washington– U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) Assistant Secretary, Insular and International Affairs, Doug Domenech will be in the Western Pacific for meetings in Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) from Dec. 2 to 9. U.S. Department of...

The Governor and Lt. Governor’s Transition Committee has adequately accounted for the $691,000 fund raised and $665,000 in expenditures, but the Office of Public Accountability found several instances when it  did not follow its standard operating procedure for the fun...

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