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February 25, 2020

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February 12, 2020

In five years, the government stands to lose a large part of its workforce due to retirement, according to Sen. Sabina Perez, who is proposing “long-term solutions through successional planning” that...

October 4, 2019

 There was a time on Guam when each generation was better off than the previous one; they were better educated, wealthier and healthier. In the space of one generation we are seeing a reversal of thos...

April 11, 2019

The state of the island is “promising,” Guam Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero said, vowing to eliminate deficit and maintain a financially stable government in her first state of the island address delivered Th...

Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero and Lt.  Gov. Joshua Tenorio hosted a breakfast meeting with the Majority members of the Guam Legislature on Friday, making it the first official Government House event.

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   Saying “the crisis isn’t over,” Gov. Eddie B. Calvo said will meet with senators to discuss reorganization to create a streamlined and more efficient government. “That’s not going to be an easy tas...

Federal tax reform law requires GovGuam to consider cost-cutting, revenue-enhancing measures
 

The Calvo administration has asked government agencies to submit a list of areas where they can cut costs...

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