GDOE Behind in Cash Allotments; GCC Behind $11.3 Million

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On Jan. 29th GDOE lacked the cash to pay out all voluntary deductions to vendors from their employees paychecks on time. 

Guam – On January 29th GDOE was not able to pay employees voluntary deductions to vendors on time.

 

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 GDOE Deputy Superintendent for Finance Taling Taitano confirms that while GDOE was able to make payroll it was not able to pay out all voluntary deductions to vendors from their employees paychecks on time because they had not received their cash allotment on time. This has since been paid. Taitano says it was paid on Friday the fifth of February. However, Taitano confirms that GDOE is still behind in receiving their scheduled cash allotments. As of the publishing of this story Taitano was not able to confirm how far behind they were.

 

 Meanwhile PNC was able to confirm that the Guam Community College is behind in it’s allotment schedule by $11.3 million dollars. 

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  1. Here we go again — “Net Payroll”, invented by Carl Gutierrez. Someone should go to jail for this — it constitutes outright theft from the employees’ pay.

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