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Governor launches MagPRO awards program

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Governor Eddie Calvo launched a program that would publicly recognize the best and brightest employees in GovGuam. The employee recognition program that is open to all executive branch employees is called the MagPRO awards program. Calvo states, "We have some outstanding government employees. I know because I've met them. This program will introduce them to the public, so they can receive the recognition they deserve."  The employees will be recognized at the end of the year. Achievements being recognized must be within the current fiscal year, and nominations will be accepted until October 5, 2011. For nomination forms and program guidelines, visit www.magproawards.com.

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