GIAA and GHC have consecutive clean audits
TIYAN, Guam — The Guam International Airport Authority received a clean rating from Ernst & Young following an audit of its fiscal 2017 financial statements. E&Y found no questioned costs or unresolved prior year audit findings, making this the third year GIAA achieved a low risk status. GIAA achieved low risk status for the first time in 2015, after 22 years of operations.
Guam Housing Corp. was named a low-risk auditee for the fifth year in a row after its own EY audit for fiscal 2017 was completed, with . . .
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