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GovGuam files motion to vacate invoices

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Government of Guam has filed a motion in the District Court asking the judge to vacate its order approving the federal receiver's four latest set of invoices in the Ordot consent decree case. With GovGuam asserting a $92 million shortfall to fund the remaining consent decree projects, they are scrutinizing all expenditures of public money.

GovGuam attorney Rawlen Mantanona argues the government has not been afforded due process in reviewing the invoices prior to the court's approval. Mantanona further wrote the invoices at issue are plagued with a host of inadequacies that deprive the government and the people of Guam from conducting a meaningful review of the receivers' billed work. Mantanona adding they were non-descript and vague.

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