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Chamber of Commerce plans MACC forum

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Guam Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a seminar this Friday titled “All You Ever Wanted to Know about MACCs (Multiple Award Construction Contracts).” Naval Facilities Marianas Small Business Advisor Albert Sampson will lead the discussion which will be held in the Fort San Jose Ballroom in the Outrigger Guam Resort starting at 8:30am. There are currently six (6) MACCs that Naval Facilities Marianas uses to award approximately $300 million annually for various military construction, facilities maintenance, and repair projects on Guam. There are about 40 contractors that have been selected to participate in these MACCs. Participants will learn the basic elements of a MACC as well as other contract vehicles that Naval Facilities Marianas currently uses to maintain and upgrade its facilities.

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