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GTA, GSA meeting up in court

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - GTA TeleGuam and the General Service Agency will be squaring off in the superior court of Guam today.  The former filed a protest of a phone services bid that the latter awarded to Pacific Data Systems for digital phone services for the Guam Census Bureau offices.

GTA argues that the bid specifications were changed and that PDS is only providing analog, not digital phone services.

A temporary retraining order is currently in place meaning the government is enjoined from any further action on the purchase order. A hearing is being held today on GSA's motion to dismiss, while an evidentiary hearing is scheduled for the 26-28.

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