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DOA: Ilagan, Perez yet to return bonus money

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Only two of the four directors who received bonuses in 2009 have returned the money they received. The four received payments of more than $3,000 after GovGuam's clean audit, but the attorney general found that directors were not entitled to the extra compensation.

Former Bureau of Budget & Management Research director Bertha Duenas and Public Auditor Doris Flores Brooks returned their bonuses. Department of Administration acting director George Santos confirms that the agency will send letters to former director Lou Perez and former Department of Revenue & Taxation director Art Ilagan informing them of the opinion and the need for them to return the money.

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