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GovGuam inks deal with Manatron

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Government of Guam has signed a contract with Manatron Inc., a company described as a leader in providing integrated property tax and land administration software for governments worldwide. According to a press release, GovGuam has contracted Manatron to license its Government Revenue Management software which will ultimately provide a single, integrated property tax system for the Department of Revenue and taxation, delivering an unprecedented environment that links Guam's real property tax processing with permitting and land management data across several government agencies. The contract was awarded through local vendor Data Management Resources, LLC. (DMR), who teamed up with Manatron to replace the Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation's legacy Real Property Tax system, and convert over 30 years of data. Manatron noted the project was made possible through the support of the US Department of Education and funded by the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Program, Government Services Fund, administered by the USDOE and awarded to the Office of the Governor.

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