HAGÅTÑA, Guam — Written and oral statements expressing concern over two procurement-related bills were made at a public hearing held on March 31.
The Guam Economic Development Authority and the Department of Public Works submitted written testimonies on Bill No. 19-34, which places a $100 million cap on the renovation or reconstruction of Simon Sanchez High School and other schools authorized by Public Law 32-120, defining “best value” as the lowest cost option to the government of Guam and . . .
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