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Tenorio, Palacios discuss GPD audit

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio says that he has been working very closely with Senator Adolpho Palacios in the wake of an audit report that finds fault with how official vehicles were procured by the Guam Police Department. Tenorio said he hopes to make changes to the process and have vehicles procured in a manner that not just works for the agency, but also the port police and the airport police, so when maintenance is done by certified mechanics, efficiency is achieved throughout multiple agencies.

"One of the things we are looking at is standardization of certain types of equipment whether it be firearms, ammunition, or vehicles there can be long term efficiencies," said Tenorio. He also noted that with respect to the procurement process he will allow it to take its course and should there be any irregularities, steps will be taken to make sure they don't happen again.

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