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The Office of Public Accountability has denied a vendor's appeal over a contract with the Guam Department of Education to perform duct work on air-conditioning systems at four of the island's schools. J&B Modern Tech had filed an appeal with the OPA
The Department of Corrections has said its daily cost to house a prisoner is about $119, but that estimate isn't accurate, according to a report released yesterday by the Office of Public Accountability. Inaccurate data will make it difficult for the
Although the administration is praising a recently released audit of government of Guam finances, stating it shows a surplus, one senator says finances are vulnerable Sen. Ben Pangelinan, D-Barrigada, in a column, wrote that he continues to fight for
SPD officer under criminal investigation after force used on handcuffed woman Posted by Steve Miletich A Seattle police officer has been relieved of duty after a use-of-force incident involving a handcuffed woman, the department announced tonight.
The Office of Public Accountability has denied a vendor's appeal over the Guam Department of Education's purchase of special education mini-buses. Fukuda Enterprises LLC filed an appeal with the OPA, challenging changes the education department made
A bidder for surveillance systems for the Guam Visitors Bureau is protesting GVB's evaluation of the bids. Pacific Data Systems Inc. filed a notice of appeal with the Office of Accountability on April 16, challenging whether GVB properly evaluated
In July of last year, the Online Publishers Association ran a study that found that about three quarters of its members offered some form of native advertising. The OPA predicted that by the end of the year, that count would change to 90 percent. "
47 editor Minister of External Affairs Prof...Organization of Professional Associations of Sri Lanka (OPA) on 06th December 2013...The comprehensive awareness programmes that were carried out in schools including oratorical, essay and photography
Watch Former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty speaks on June 25, 2013. Watch Watch The OPA, which estimated the hit on bills would be about $2.01 a year, based its calculations on a total cost of $635-million for the Oakville cancellation, but the
Opa means celebration, and although the occasion was used to say farewell to former United States Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater, co-owners Orlease King and Alexx Antaeus were definitely in a mood to celebrate their new eatery. Anaetus told The