by Krystal Paco
Guam - As part of the Secure Our Schools Act a risk assessment was completed at all 40 public schools by a team comprised of representatives from the Department of Education, the General Services Agency and the Guam Police Department.
DOE deputy superintendent Rob Malay told KUAM News, "I think in the original mandate it was suppose to be done 60 days after the completion of the risk assessment but that has come and gone so we are trying to make sure that we get it done and we get it done correctly."
Based on the recommendations the procurement has been turned over to GSA for an invitation for bid.
The secure our schools act provides over one million dollars in funding for security up to seven years for the island's public schools.