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Performance management contract protested

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - There are more procurement woes at the Government of Guam, this time at the Port Authority.  A bid protest was filed on behalf of the Philippines-based Harbour Centre to protest the selection of the best qualified offerer for the Port's performance management contract.

Attorney for Harbour Centre Rawlen Mantanona says the protest is related to how the bidders were evaluated.  "We are hoping that the matter will be resolved in our favor," he said.  "We believe that there specific legal grounds that are raised in our protest that really should be addressed and should be taken into consideration before the award of the bid."

Mantanona wouldn't reveal any other details of the protest but says he expects to receive a response soon.

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