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Guam Shipyard withdraws bid protest with GAO

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - It was back on October 22 when Guam Shipyard filed a bid protest with the Government Accountability Office related to the Department of Navy's Military Sealift Command. And while the GAO had until the end of Janaury make a decision, it appears that is no longer needed as the GAO website notes the protest had been withdrawn since December 3. It was back in October when Cabras Marine Corporation was awarded the $75 million Ship Repair Facility over Guam Shipyard which had held the contract for years. Guam Shipyard president Matthews Pothen tells KUAM he cannot comment on anything regarding the protest at this time. Cabras Marine president Joseph Cruz says the company can now focus on moving forward with inspecting and moving into the facility along with executing some projects.

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