The appeal was filed with the OPA yesterday.
Guam – Core Tech International has filed yet another appeal with the Office of Public Accountability after it’s protest was denied last week…causing further delay in the construction of a new Simon Sanchez High School.
Core Tech filed the appeal with the OPA yesterday afternoon. This follows The Department of Public Works denial of Core Tech’s third protest last week stating that Core Tech’s claims are without merit. Core Tech’s most recent claims include an alleged violation of the $100 million RFP cap and DPW’s failure to maintain proper procurement records. During a motion hearing this morning at an OPA hearing, Core Tech’s legal counsel Joyce Tang requested that the second appeal be consolidated with Core Tech’s first appeal since the first appeal is currently awaiting the OPA’s opinion. However, Assistant Attorney General Shannon Taitano says they need at least 10 days to review the appeal because they just received the appeal this morning.