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Administration preps for transition out of Adelup

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Camacho-Cruz Administration has already begun preparing for the transition that will be required when the island's new governor and lieutenant governor are elected in November.  Hoping to provide a manual with specific details of each agency's needs and major issues, Governor's Deputy Chief of Staff Shawn Gumataotao says input has been given from agency heads. 

The transition document will include staffing patterns, major contractual issues, and the main policy issues facing each government agency.  "We expect in the next couple week's to have the total transition report compiled and then we'll be able to share with the incoming governor come Election Day in November."

Gumataotao adds the Administration decided to put together the transition information because when Felix Camacho took office eight years ago his cabinet had to learn the issues and concerns at each agency on their own.

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