USDOL approves initial release of $70.5M for CNMI’s unemployment relief assistance

May 24, 2020

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 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 process...

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 A...

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...

The government of Guam has spent a total of $78 million on legal services from 2013 to 2018, according to the Office of Public Accountability’s analysis.

The audit found that 21 GovGuam entities — incl...

June 12, 2019

GMH patients migrating to GRMC

The Guam Memorial Hospital closed fiscal 2018 with a net loss of $3.3 million, according to the Office of Public Accountability, which found that GMH’s operating expenses...

Borrow from Paul to pay Peter. This appears to have been the government of Guam’s modus operandi. An audit released Tuesday revealed that GovGuam has been dipping into the Special Revenue Funds to cov...

Allen T. Bayed, a Filipino musician who formed ANAK band, said his enduring motivation to stay in the musical career is to promote peace and harmony.  “Anak,” which means  “child” in Filipino, is also...

The government of Guam had missed out on $40 million in property tax revenue due to leakages and foregone revenues resulting from unexplained credits and questionable exemptions granted to private ent...

March 15, 2018

   

  The Office of Public Accountability has uncovered a number of anomalous transactions involving the Guam Football Association, whose former president earlier pleaded guilty to federal corrupt...

Adelup claims festival brought  in $125.5M in visitor economic activity

The government of Guam spent $8.1 million when it hosted the two-week Festival of Pacific Arts that showcased 27 island countries...

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