Adelup shuffles directors - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

Adelup shuffles directors

Posted: Updated:

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - After conducting assessments on the performance of cabinet members, the Calvo Administration has made a decision to shuffle some of its directors. Cabinet members were graded on their progress toward meeting the goals set forth in Blueprint 2020, ability to cut spending and implement creative solutions, ability to implement mandates and inspire their employees, among other things. 

1.       Ralph Sgambelluri will return to his post as Chief of Customs.
2.       Pedro Leon Guerrero will be the director of Customs. Leon Guerrero was the general manager of the port.
3.       Mary Torres will be the general manager of the port. Torres was the executive manager of the airport.
4.       Chuck Ada will be the executive manager of the airport. Ada was the administrator of Civil Defense.
5.      A search is ongoing for a new administrator of Civil Defense.
6.       George Santos is the new Director of Labor. Santos was the deputy director of Administration.
7.      A  search is ongoing for a new director of the Agency for Human Resource Development.

Officials indicated that additional announcements are forthcoming.

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • TakeCare continues GMH-only push for GovGuam

    TakeCare continues GMH-only push for GovGuam

    Local Health Insurance company TakeCare is urging lawmakers not to pass a bill that provides Government of Guam workers with coverage at both local hospitals. The company said the government simply cannot afford it. The measure by Speaker Tina Muna BarnesMore >>
    Local Health Insurance company TakeCare is urging lawmakers not to pass a bill that provides Government of Guam workers with coverage at both local hospitals. The company said the government simply cannot afford it. The measure by Speaker Tina Muna BarnesMore >>
  • Pair of bills aim to raise penalties for pet killings

    Pair of bills aim to raise penalties for pet killings

    Two senators, two bills—one issue. Sens. Louise Muna and Sabina Perez have introduced a pair of bills that they say will stiffen penalties for pet murderers. The bills come after a February 11 court ruling dismissed felony charges against Yigo residMore >>
    Two senators, two bills—one issue. Sens. Louise Muna and Sabina Perez have introduced a pair of bills that they say will stiffen penalties for pet murderers. The bills come after a February 11 court ruling dismissed felony charges against Yigo residMore >>
  • War claims fix could need a fix

    War claims fix could need a fix

    Could the fix need a fix? A former senior staffer for two Guam Delegates said Congressman Mike San Nicolas took the slow road to fix war claims legislation - and apparently, there's a faster way to get war survivors paid. A fix to fix the fix could be inMore >>
    Could the fix need a fix? A former senior staffer for two Guam Delegates said Congressman Mike San Nicolas took the slow road to fix war claims legislation - and apparently, there's a faster way to get war survivors paid. A fix to fix the fix could be in More >>
Powered by Frankly