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GSA begins bid for Chamorro Affairs lease

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The General Services Agency started the bid process to find the Department of Chamorro Affairs a new home this morning. Several GovGuam agencies relocated out of the DNA Building in Hagatna, as part of the Calvo Administration's efforts to cut down on spending. GSA chief procurement officer Claudia Acfalle says they are developing an official agreement to begin a new lease for Chamorro Affairs at another location.

"General specifications in terms of leases, but I know their requirements increased on square footage because now they merged with CAHA," she said.

The Guam Fire Department and the Department of Corrections have since moved out of the facility. Acfalle adds they are hoping to get the bid for DISID out by next month. 

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