The audit revealed issues with GRTA’s drug and alcohol compliance program.
Guam – The Guam Regional Transit Authority’s drug and alcohol compliance program recently received an audit from the federal Transit Authority.
The audit revealed issues with GRTA’s drug and alcohol compliance program. Rick Agustin, GRTA’s executive manager, says that the issues were with how GRTA kept their records as well as administrative and procedural issues. Agustin says the audit was done largely because the FTA had never audited GRTA’s program since it’s existence. Agustin adds that there are a lot of issues with GRTA that have not been addressed and have been neglected for 15 years. He also says that the official results of the audit are in draft form, therefore are not yet available to the public. He says that since the FTA has given GRTA time to respond to their findings, an official document is not ready.