HAGÅTÑA, Guam — Gov. Edward B. Calvo tasked the Department of Administration to update the classification and compensation study executed in January 2014 as it nears its third anniversary, or the triennial mark prescribed by law, according to a release on Dec. 29. The law, since 1991, requires the government to conduct a triennial study and update it to ensure internal equity and external competitiveness. However, it was suspended in January 2011 and then executed in 2014. There has been no update to the study since 2009, and the department is six years behind in complying with the mandate . . .
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