Transition Committee Reports: “No Public Funds Used” In Transition Effort

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Guam – Dan Tydingco and Jerry Cristostomo, Calvo Tenorio Transition Committee Co-Chairmen have released the below transition committee reports from the 11 Transition Sub-Committee’s.

Tydingco and Crisostomo announced that “the entire transition process was completed without receiving a single cent in funding from the government.”

Funding is normally supposed to be appropriated and released for gubernatorial transitions but the release from the Transition Co-Chairmen states that  Governor Calvo and Lt. Governor Tenorio, after receiving preliminary reports of the government’s financial condition in early December, did not want to use public funds for the transition effort.

Their release states that nearly 150 people volunteered to execute the transition between administrations.

In their release, the Transition Chairs, the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor and the transition executive committee thanked the volunteers for their service.

Transition Cover Letter

1. Finance Sub-Committee Report

2. Economic Development and Guam Buildup Sub-Committee Report

3. Expansion and Military Buildup Sub-Committee Report

4. Political Status and External Affairs Sub-Committee Report

5. Education Sub-Committee Report

6. Public Safety Sub-Committee Report

7. Health and Mental Health Care Sub-Committee Report

8. Infrastructure and Land Sub-Committee Report

9. Culture and Tourism Sub-Committee Report

10. Department of Labor Sub-Committee Report

11. Community and Social Welfare Sub-Committee Report

Transition Committee Releases Reports

No public funds used for transition effort; committee thanks 150 volunteers

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 3, 2011

 

Dan Tydingco and Jerry Cristostomo, Calvo Tenorio Transition Committee co-chairmen, provide the transition committee’s reports. These are the reports from the 11 sub committees.

 

Tydingco and Crisostomo are particularly proud of the sub committees’ efforts and grateful for their service. The entire transition process was completed without receiving a single cent in funding from the government. This is funding that normally is supposed to be appropriated and released for gubernatorial transitions. Governor Calvo and Lt. Governor Tenorio, after receiving preliminary reports of the government’s financial condition in early December, did not want to use public funds for the transition effort.

 

Instead, nearly 150 people volunteered to execute the transition between administrations. The Governor, the Lieutenant Governor and the transition executive committee thank these volunteers for their leadership. The results of their efforts are contained in the attached reports.