UOG students to lead forum on tech advancement in Guam agencies


Modernizing technology in the government of Guam will be the focus of a public forum being led this weekend by Master of Public Administration students from the University of Guam.

The forum, titled “Tech-celeration for the Government of Guam,” will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. this Saturday on Zoom featuring a panel of agency executives.

The forum seeks to foster discussion regarding challenges Guam agencies face in incorporating technology as well as potential technology-based solutions that could help the agencies efficiently and effectively meet the needs and demands of both employees and consumers.

“It is our class’s hope that this forum will help address how Guam can collectively progress toward a more efficient deliverance of its public goods and services moving forward,” said Renee Carpela, MPA student and forum chairperson.


Frank L.G. Lujan Jr., Chief Technology Officer, Office of Technology
John M. Benavente, General Manager, Guam Power Authority
Robert Rabago, Management Information Systems Administrator, Judiciary of Guam
Lillian Posadas, Hospital Administrator/CEO, Guam Memorial Hospital Authority

Special Guests:

Annette Santos, Dean, University of Guam School of Business and Public Administration
John Rivera, Director, UOG Master of Public Administration Program
Faculty from the UOG Master of Public Administration Program

Those interested in attending may register at https://bit.ly/UOGMPA-PA530.

For more information, contact Natasha Suba at suban@gotritons.uog.edu.