The Guam Economic Development Authority will be assuming management of the Permit
Center, formerly the One-Stop Center, with changes in store to accelerate the process of obtaining business licenses and building permits. GEDA Administrator Jay Rojas said the agency is in the planning stage but offered insight into the coming changes to the Guam Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 26 at the Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort.
“In the next few days or the next few weeks, I believe, the governor is going to be signing a directive for all of the regulatory agencies to be at the One-Stop . . .
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