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DOA looking forward to reviewing pay study

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Department of Administration Personnel Services Administrator Cecilia Martinez says her agency expects the Hay Group to be back on island in late-April with final results of the pay study. Martinez says amendments were made to the original $500,000 contract to include the additional funds that were spent for a comparison study conducted with autonomous agencies.

"We were told when we negotiated with the Hay Group to do the comparison with the other hay studies that were done at the other autonomous agencies, we went on and agreed to the $50,000 additional costs, so it $550,000," she told KUAM News.

Martinez says the group arrives on April 26 at which time they will present the final study to the Legislature and the governor.

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