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DOE Technology Offices transition to Tiyan

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Department of Education is officially on the move. As we reported earlier this week  after receiving the proper permits, the first of DOE's administrative offices are making the move to Tiyan.

DOE superintendent Jon Fernandez the move should take about one week. "We will be having our technology folks go up to Tiyan they will be prepared to support the other folks that will be making that transition and hopefully we will be able to see things go smoothly," he said.

DOE has been trying to move out of the DOA Building in Hagatna after the Guam Fire Department issued a notice of hazard for the dilapidated structure two years ago.

Fernandez is hoping to complete the transition to Tiyan by September.
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