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Deputy inspector general to meet governor

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Deputy Inspector General Mary Kendall tells KUAM that as the Office of the Inspector General has conducted audits of the various entities in the Government of Guam, specifically those that will have a role in the military buildup, she hopes to make the most of her time while on island by meeting with them.

"We're also going to be meeting with the military folks who are responsible for the buildup to make sure that everyone is communicating with everyone who needs to be communicating with them and that Guam is in the best position it can possibly be to welcome and bring in the buildup and be ready to respond to the needs as we call both inside and outside the fence," she said.

Kendall says she'll be meeting with the Governor's Office along with Guam Power and Guam Waterworks Authority and the Consolidated Commission on Utilities this week.

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