The Office of Public Accountability is pleased to release its testimony for the Revised Version of Substitute Bill 224-32 (COR) An Act to Amend Article 9 And Article 12, Chapter 5, Title 5 of the Guam Code Annotated relative to Clarifying Legal and Contractual Remedies in Guam Procurement Law.
The Citizen-Centric Reporting Initiative (CCR) is intended to foster innovative means of communication between governments and their citizenry. The CCR seeks to provide government financial information to its citizens in forms that are clear and understandable, updated regularly and often, delivered to all, easy to locate, honest in breadth and technically accurate in detail.
As required by Public Law 31-233, the Office of Public Accountability will post audio recording of each monthly meeting of Boards and Commissions of all agencies, public corporations, and departments of the Government of Guam.
If the Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation (DRT) recognizes an organization as exempt, the organization will be required to file certain returns and applications and publish its financial statements.