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Writ filed over JFK High contract

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Community Improvement Foundation has taken the next step in its protest against the government's awarding of the JFK High School campus contract to International Bridge Corporation.  GCIF Attorney Randy Cunliffe confirms a writ of mandate was filed in the Superior Court today against the Public Auditor.

The GCIF has asked the court to order the Office of Public Accountability to produce all of the sealed documents in the case and remove IBC as a qualified bidder.  In the alternative the organization wants another hearing before the OPA once the documents are released.

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