Financial Supervisory Commission to meet - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Financial Supervisory Commission to meet

Posted: Updated:

by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Guam Department of Education's Financial Supervisory Commission will be meeting for the first time next week. A bill was signed into law that created the independent body to assist DOE and the Guam Education Policy Board with monitoring and managing financial resources.

The Commission includes the directors of Department of Administration, the Bureau of Budget & Management Research, the Office of Finance and Budget, the Office of the Public Auditor, along with a parent of a child currently enrolled in a public school. The superintendent will serve as the executive secretary and the deputy of finance will act as non-voting member.

The meeting will be held next Wednesday at 3pm at the DOE Conference Room in Hagatna.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Hearing held for alleged DOC contraband scheme

    Hearing held for alleged DOC contraband scheme

    Defense wants more of the evidence before taking the case to trial. More than a year has come and gone since the major contraband investigation busted wide open 2017 at the Department of Corrections and defendants have yet to go to trial. The case involveMore >>
    Defense wants more of the evidence before taking the case to trial. More than a year has come and gone since the major contraband investigation busted wide open 2017 at the Department of Corrections and defendants have yet to go to trial. The case involveMore >>
  • Isaiah Edwards sentenced to 35 years for Andersen murder

    Isaiah Edwards sentenced to 35 years for Andersen murder

    Just days after a jury found him guilty of murdering a fellow airman, Isaiah Edwards has learned his fate. According to KUAM News affiliate KSLA, Edwards will spend 35 years in prison for the March 2018 slaying of Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale at AndersenMore >>
    Just days after a jury found him guilty of murdering a fellow airman, Isaiah Edwards has learned his fate. According to KUAM News affiliate KSLA, Edwards will spend 35 years in prison for the March 2018 slaying of Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale at AndersenMore >>
  • Petition urges military to comply with transparency requests

    Petition urges military to comply with transparency requests

    A petition asking the military to comply with local and federal laws relative to the expanded surface danger zone plan for the Ritidian firing range is making the rounds. CHamoru rights activist Ned Pablo is circulating the petitions, which ask the militaMore >>
    A petition asking the military to comply with local and federal laws relative to the expanded surface danger zone plan for the Ritidian firing range is making the rounds. CHamoru rights activist Ned Pablo is circulating the petitions, which ask the militaMore >>
Powered by Frankly