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GSA files motion to dismiss GTA suit

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A temporary restraining order remains in place for General Services Agency for phone services provided to the Guam Census Bureau.  GTA TeleGuam took the matter to court, filing a protest of a phone services bid that GSA awarded to Pacific DataSystems for digital phone services for the Census Bureau's offices.

GTA argues that the bid specifications were changed and PDS is only providing analog phone services.  The TRO means that the government is enjoined from any further action on the purchase order.

GSA has filed a motion to dismiss and Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Barrett Anderson indicated she will hold a hearing on the motion on April 24.  An evidentiary hearing is scheduled for April 26-28.

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