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Retroactive Checks Released

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Governor's Office announced that the Department of Administration is releasing partial retroactive payments to public safety officers today.

According to a media release if you are an inactive employee but are owed money as a public safety officer, you can pick up your check at the Treasurer of Guam, on the first floor of the ITC building.  An inactive employee means you either retired, resigned, or otherwise separated from government service.  The agencies with inactive employees that have checks at the Treasurer of Guam are:

  • Department of Agriculture
  • Department of Corrections
  • Department of Military Affairs
  • Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Department of Public Health and Social Services
  • Department of Public Works
  • Department of Youth Affairs
  • Guam Behavioral Wellness Center (formerly DMHSA)
  • Guam Fire Department
  • Guam Police Department
  • Guam Customs and Quarantine

Active employees can pick up their checks at their respective agency or department.  DOA is calling representatives from these agencies to pick up checks.  They will be ready for distribution on-site later this afternoon.

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