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Chamorro Village janitorial contract to be rebid

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The appeal between the Department of Chamorro Affairs and Guam Cleaning Masters is coming to a close.  DCA Legal Counsel Attorney Rawlen Mantanona says both parties came to an agreement during today's hearing before the Guam Office of Public Accountability.

Mantanona says DCA is now working with the General Services Agency to rebid the contract for janitorial services for the Chamorro Village.  Last October GCM filed a protest against DCA after the agency awarded the janitorial service contract to Lucky Kids Lawncare, contending that they were the lowest and most qualified bidder.

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