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DOE move is ahead of schedule

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Department of Education's move to the new offices in Tiyan is ahead of schedule. According to superintendent Jon Fernandez they had allotted one week for their technology department to move into building a but the move only took three hours.

He said, "Our next move is going to be procurement so they sat down to plan their move I believe its suppose to start tomorrow."

DOE will reassess their calendar to ensure there is no lag in the schedule. According to Fernandez they are assessing phone and data infrastructure to ensure it is in place adding that it may not be fully operational for the next couple weeks in the meantime they may split procurement operations until it is fully operational. Fernandez adds that the occupancy permit for Building C is not available yet but is expected next week. This means that the move has been shifted to prioritize all the division in the main headquarters. Once the move is complete the department will be housed in four buildings located in Tiyan. 
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