by Krystal Paco
Guam - Members of the private sector were a no-show at today's Guam Procurement Advisory Council meeting. According to chairman John Unpingco, today's meeting was intended to hear the private sectors views on weaknesses with the government's procurement process in order to improve efficiency.
Officials had hoped to get their input on whether there is a theme running through the complaints such as government officials needing more training and education. Unpingco suspects a technical glitch may have resulted in the private sectors not showing up and has rescheduled for Friday, November 30 at the Governor's Office Large Conference Room at Adelup.