Guam - The Guam Office of Public Accountability commends the Guam Preservation Trust for its second year in a row of not having any material weaknesses or significant deficiencies. G-P-T closed fiscal year 2013 in a better financial position that the previous fiscal year. Guam OPA however noted that the Guam Preservation Trust needs to wean itself from relying extensively on accounting services from an independent firm. The OPA recommends the agency build up its own internal accounting infrastructure. You can read the audit at guamopa.org.