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MythConceptions of Guam Procurement Autonomy

MythConceptions of Guam Procurement Autonomy

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Published by john thos. brown
Detailed presentation and analysis of the historical and present legal basis for Guam's centralized procurement regime, which restricts procurement independence of all government bodies, including the Governor. GovGuam agencies do not have the broad procurement powers they assume to have. For instance, none of them have any power to promulgate their own procurement regulations, and any such regulations purported to have been adopted are invalid.
Detailed presentation and analysis of the historical and present legal basis for Guam's centralized procurement regime, which restricts procurement independence of all government bodies, including the Governor. GovGuam agencies do not have the broad procurement powers they assume to have. For instance, none of them have any power to promulgate their own procurement regulations, and any such regulations purported to have been adopted are invalid.

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Published by: john thos. brown on Aug 15, 2011
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Guam’s
Centralized 
Procurement Regime
© John Thos. Brown 2011
TheMythconceptionsof  Procurement Autonomy
 
 
The Centralized Procurement“Regime”
As will become apparent in subsequent slides, thecentralized procurement regime” refers to thecreation of 
uniform procurement 
 
law and regulation
,
and
 the
consolidation
and 
transfer 
of 
most 
procurement
 authority 
from
agencies
to
the following threebodies:
The Policy Office, CPO and Director DPW
(“DDPW”)
 
By Public Law 1 the
Legislature
established the
Working Capital Fund 
, for financing theDivision of Procurement and Supply.
But no procurement law.
Based on PL-1, and his Organic power, the Governorultimately issued E.O. 1957-1:
“Procurement and Supply Regulation No. 1”

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