Guam - Governor's legal counsel Ray Haddock has sent over to Core Tech International documents that include what the Department of Education is asking for when it comes to needs for the interim JFK campus. He did note that some specifications were insufficient.
He says because the Government of Guam is pressed for time to complete negotiations, the list was submitted in hopes to begin moving forward with negotiations. "It is very frustrating because a lot of people look to the Governor's Office as to solve a lot of problems, but it's hard to solve problems when people don't even know what they want. Before like I said, I thought that were some of the issues that we had with the new JFK. When we came out for the procurement for the new JFK, no one really knew exactly what they wanted," said Haddock.
He said he's expecting price quotes from Core Tech in the next couple of days based on what was listed by JFK officials. Once that's complete, those will then be forwarded to DOE to see what items are necessary for next school year.