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Federal report released on contracts

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Department of Defense's Office of Inspector General released a federally mandated annual report compiled by the Interagency Coordination Group of Inspectors General for the Guam Realignment. The group is tasked with conducting, supervising and coordinating audits and investigations of the treatment handling and expenditure of amounts appropriated or made available for military construction projects on Guam.

The audit outlines how much in federal contracts and grants were spent and obligated in 2011. It also outlines the significant events that transpired last year such as the signing of the Programmatic Agreement, and the congressional visit by Senators Carl Levin and Jim Webb and their subsequent actions in freezing any further funding for the marines relocation until certain milestones are met. 

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