New director calls for technology; efficiencies

BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF

Journal staff

 

Since Edward M. Birn was appointed acting director of the government of Guam’s Department of Administration in February, he’s had to manage not only the challenges normally associated with assuming a new leadership position, but also of assuming that position as the government faces an expected $67 million revenue shortfall. Although a cash shortage is the most immediate concern facing the government, he eventually wants to address improvements that will make DOA a more effective and accountable organization.

  Birn emphasized the importance of good data . . .

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