1995 to 1999 Executive Orders

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1995 Executive Orders

Executive Order 95-01: Cash Management Directive for Remainder of Fiscal Year 1995

Executive Order 95-02: Relative to the Komitea Para Tiyan and the Assumption of the Caretaker Responsibilities for Naval Air Station Guam

Executive Order 95-03: Relative to repealing E.O. 94-18 and placing reimbursements from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the Department of Education’s School Lunch Program into the General Fund

Executive Order 95-04: Regulations pertaining to the means test per P.L. 22-161 of the five (5) illnesses such as Tuberculosis, Lytico, Bodig, Insulin for Diabetes, and irreversible renal failure of the medically indigent program

Executive Order 95-05: Repeal of Quarantine and Public Health Regulations Relative to Disinsection by Spraying of Aircraft Upon International Entry to Guam at the Antonio B. Won Pat International Air Port

Executive Order 95-06: Establishing a Task Force in preparation for the 1996 Seventh Festival of Pacific Arts (“FESTPAC”) and designating the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency as the Lead Agency

Executive Order 95-07: Establishing the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC) represented by various Government Agencies to plan and implement Guam’s response concerning hazardous materials

Executive Order 95-08: Relative to revitalizing the Guam Health Planning and Development Agency and Guam Health Coordinating Council to produce a five (5) year Guam Health Plan (Healthcare 2000)

Executive Order 95-09: Relative to establishing the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports

Executive Order 95-10: Relative to authorizing the Department of Public Works to utilize emergency procurement to obtain construction materials to repair the Government House roof and Adelup Complex roof and other repairs prior to the onset of rainy season

Executive Order 95-11: Relative to establishing a definition of employees employed in a bonafide executive, administrative, or professional capacity, establishing a policy declaring those employees ineligible for payment of overtime or compensation time, and directing its immediate implementation

Executive Order 95-11 (Attachment): Classification listing of exempted positions within GovGuam

Executive Order 95-12: Establishment of the Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC), pursuant to Title 29 United States Code, Section 796 et seq.

Executive Order 95-13: Relative to establishing a Welfare Reform Task Force

Executive Order 95-14: Establishment of a program coordinating committee for the Family Self-Sufficiency Program

Executive Order 95-15: Establishing a task force to develop and oversee the marketing program for the Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency’s Art Gallery and the Guam Museum in Tumon and designating the lead agency as the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency as Chair and the Guam Museum as Vice Chair

Executive Order 95-16: Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in order to recruit retired police officers in the Guam Police Department to assist in the “War on Ice”

Executive Order 95-17: Relative to establishing a Guam Steering Committee for 1995 U.S. Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) recommendations to coordinate Guam’s response to these recommendations

Executive Order 95-18: Relative to establishing a Chamorro Heritage Institute Planning Group to study and develop a plan and proposed legislation to coordinate the current and future government functions which preserve and maintain aspects of the Chamorro Culture and Language

Executive Order 95-19: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to purchase ambulances for the Guam Fire Department

Executive Order 95-20: Relative to superseding E.O. 95-18 to add members in establishing a Chamorro Heritage Institute Planning Group to study and develop a plan and proposed legislation to coordinate the current and future government functions which preserve and maintain aspects of the Chamorro Culture and Language

Executive Order 95-21: Relative to adding members to the Guam Steering Committee for 1995 U.S. Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) recommendations to coordinate Guam’s response to these recommendations which was established in E.O. 95-17

Executive Order 95-22: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to recruit retired customs officers in the Customs and Quarantine Agency to assist in the “War on Ice”

Executive Order 95-23: Relative to establishing a Government of Guam Medivac Charity Account for mileage credits for frequent airline flights, to be used for medical emergencies

Executive Order 95-24: Relative to establishing a Medical Assistance Emergency Task Force

Executive Order 95-25: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency for the provision of medical services by the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority for persons who are not United States citizens or permanent resident aliens of the United States and affected by the provisions of P.L. 23-45

Executive Order 95-26: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency for the provision of medical and social services by the Department of Public Health and Social Services for persons who are not United States citizens or permanent resident aliens of the United States and are affected by the provisions of P.L. 23-45

Executive Order 95-27: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to recruit five (5) personnel in the Department of Mental Health and Substance abuse to assist in the “War on Ice”

Executive Order 95-28: Relative to establishing the Governor’s Task Force on the School-to-Work Transition Program on Guam

Executive Order 95-29: Relative to adopting and promulgating a comprehensive drug free workplace policy for the Government of Guam which includes mandatory drug testing as a condition of employment in the Government of Guam; random drug testing for designated positions; and procedures for dealing with illegal drug use in the workplace

Executive Order 95-30: Relative to the creation of the Guam Agriculture Marketing Bond


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1996 Executive Orders

Executive Order 96-01: Relative to establishing a minimum basic windload design requirement of 155 miles per hour, establishing definitions for “Fully Concrete Homes” and “Typhoon Shutter” in the Territorial Builing Code, in order to decrease the requirement of obtaining one hundred percent (100%) Typhoon Insurance for fully concrete homes with typhoon shutters as a conditions for obtaining some types of building loans

Executive Order 96-02: Relative to establishing a Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) on an interim basis under the Guam Finance Commission to continue the work in improving communications, data processing, and information technology standards to be developed within the Government, and to enforce standards as they are developed by the bureau

Executive Order 96-03: Relative to extending a State of Emergency for the provision of medical services by the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority for persons who are not United States citizens or permanent resident aliens of the United States and affected by the provisions of P.L. 23-45

Executive Order 96-04: Relative to extending a State of Emergency for the provision of medical and social services by the Department of Public Health and Social Services for persons who are not United States citizens or permanent resident aliens of the United States and affected by the provisions of P.L. 23-45

Executive Order 96-05: Relative to establishing a Public Utility Agency (PUAG) Autonomous Commission

Executive Order 96-06: Relative to extending the current hours available for work release for clients of the Department of Corrections, to coincide with employers requests

Executive Order 96-07: Relative to extending the deadline from June 30, 1996 to January 1, 1997 for the Chamorro Heritage Institute Planning Group to submit legislation creating a Chamorro Heritage Institute

Executive Order 96-08: Relative to allowing compensatory time off for law enforcement personnel or police officers who are not employed in an administrative, executive, or professional capacity

Executive Order 96-09: Relative to placing into effect and promulgating regulations for the administration of military justice, the Guam Manual for Courts-Martial, to be utilized in conjunction with the Guam National Guard Code of Military Justice

Executive Order 96-10: Relative to an emergency declaration of customs, agriculture, and quarantine inspection service charges

Executive Order 96-11: To establish the Volunteers are Important People (VIP) Program within the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and rescind E.O. 90-17

Executive Order 96-12: Relative to exempting Customs and Quarantine agency supervisory personnel and Customs Officer Supervisors from the provisions of E.O. 95-11 for three (3) months; and exempting first line supervisory personnel of the Guam Power Authority from the provisions of E.O. 95-11 as authorized

Executive Order 96-13: Relative to amending the attachment of E.O. 96-02 which established a Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) on an interim basis under the Guam Finance Commission to continue the work in improving communications, data processing, and information technology standards to be developed within the Government, and to enforce standards as they are developed by the bureau

Executive Order 96-14: Relative to establishing the Violent Crime and Drug Policy Coordinating Council

Executive Order 96-15: Relative to promulgating interim rules and regulations for Guam Board of Medical Examiners to replace outdated licensure requirements

Executive Order 96-16: Relative to creation of a Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission (POST), and establishing a post revolving fund

Executive Order 96-17: Relative to an emergency declaration promulgation amending interim rules and regulations for the customs, agriculture, and quarantine inspection services charge

Executive Order 96-18: Relative to naming the Mangilao Baseball Field in honor of the late George William (Bill) Pereira Muna, long time coach, sports organizer, team coordinator for all levels of baseball, as well as musician, community leader, and family man

Executive Order 96-19: Relative to establishing a local redevelopment authority and a reuse planning committee for excess federal lands identified under the 1994 Guam Land Use Plan prepared by the Navy

Executive Order 96-20: Relative to forming a task force to develop alternative housing solutions for persons who cannot be accommodated under current federally assisted housing programs

Executive Order 96-21: Relative to establishing a tourism council to address the need for a private and government coordination to better sustain and promote Guam’s Visitor industry for the remainder of 1996

Executive Order 96-22: Relative to establishing a Welfare Reform Task Force

Executive Order 96-23: Relative to Declaration of Emergency and Authorizing the Guam Power of Authority to procure power generation, substation, and transmission services, pursuant to P.L. 23-103

Executive Order 96-24: Relative to adopting and promulgating the Department of Administration’s personnel rules and regulations governing the rights, conduct, and obligations of employees and responsibilities and actions of management

Executive Order 96-25: Relative to rescinding E.O. 96-05 thereby abolishing the Public Utility Agency of Guam (PUAG) Autonomy Commission

Executive Order 96-26: Relative to creating the application review committee to replace the development review committee, and to streamline the review process for the Territorial Land Use Commission/Territorial Seashore Protection Commission/Guam Natural Resources Board

Executive Order 96-27: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement, for emergency expenses, and for exemption from prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Guam Power Authority (GPA) to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-28: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement, for emergency expenses, and for exemption form prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Guam Waterworks Authority to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-29: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement and for exemption from prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Guam Telephone Authority to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-30: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement, for emergency expenses, and for exemption from prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Agriculture to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-31: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement, for emergency expenses, and for exemption from prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Public Works to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-32: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement, for emergency expenses, and for exemption from prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Parks and Recreation to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-33: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement and for exemption from prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Office of Civil Defense to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-34: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement and for exemption from prohibition on overtime compensation for supervisory personnel relative to the provision of goods and services by the Guam Police Department to the public during and after the passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996

Executive Order 96-35: Relative to establishing a Task Force to investigate conditions at the Department of Corrections to determine the status of the security systems, the status of enforcement of required laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the inmates, and if there is the presence of illegal drugs within the institution

Executive Order 96-36: Relative to extending the overtime payment authorization previously granted in E.O. 96-27, 96-28, and 96-31 for Guam Power Authority, Guam Waterworks Authority, and Department of Public Works to perform needed repairs due to damage caused by Typhoon Dale

Executive Order 96-37: Relative to extending the authorization for emergency procurement previously granted in E.O. 96-27, 96-28, and 96-31 for Guam Power Authority, Guam Waterworks Authority, and Department of Public Works to perform needed repairs due to damage caused by Typhoon Dale

Executive Order 96-38: Relative to ensuring that consistent information technology procurement practices within the government are coordinated by the Bureau of Information (BIT)

Executive Order 96-39: Relative to authorizing the Department of Administration to make corrections to the new personnel rules and regulations prior to printing

Executive Order 96-40: Interim regulations relative to sanitary operations of a therapeutic massage


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1997 Executive Orders

Executive Order 97-01: Relative to transferring the Department of Defense Contract Administrator’s Office to the Department of Administration

Executive Order 97-02: Relative to exemptions from E.O. 95-11 for certain emergency services relative to social service needs of the territory

Executive Order 97-03: Relative to creation of the Pardon Review Board

Executive Order 97-04: Relative to exemptions from E.O. 95-11 for Police Sergeant I and Police Sergeant II positions of the Guam Police Department, Corrections Supervisor I, and Corrections Supervisor II positions of the Department of Corrections, and Customs Supervisor Positions of the Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency

Executive Order 97-05: Relative to rescinding Chapter 4 – “Classification of Inmates” of E.O. 94-19 and promulgating a new Chapter 4 to meet present departmental goals toward rehabilitation and reintegration

Executive Order 97-06: Relative to exemptions from E.O. 95-11 for professional engineering staff and other staff working on federal projects of the Department of Public Works until April 30, 1997

Executive Order 97-07: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption for Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Agriculture to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 8, 1996 Due to the Expiration of E.O. 96-07

Executive Order 97-08: Relative to Establishing a Governor’s Ancestral Lands Commission, an Ancestral Land Claims Office within the Department of Land Management, and an Ancestral Land Claims Facilitation Office within the Guam Economic Development Authority

Executive Order 97-09: Relative to the Establishing of a Guam Telephone Authority Privatization Task Force

Executive Order 97-10: Adoption of the Guam Coral Reef Initiative (CRI) to Establish a Policy Development Mechanism for the Protection of Guam’s Coral Reefs

Executive Order 97-11: Relative to Authorizing the Director, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation to Serve as the Interim Director

Executive Order 97-12: Relative to Clarifying E.O. 97-03 – Relative to the Pardon Review Board

Executive Order 97-13: Relative to Implementing Guam’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program

Executive Order 97-14: Relative to Establishing a Federal Programs Office within the Office of the Governor/Lieutenant Governor to be Known as “Governor’s Community Outreach – Federal Programs Office”

Executive Order 97-15: Relative to Establishing the Government of Guam Marketing Cooperative (GovGuam Marketing Co-Op)

Executive Order 97-16: Relative to Establishing a One-Stop Career System Task Force to Develop a One-Stop Career Center System for Guam

Executive Order 97-17: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, For Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works and the Department of Parks and Recreation Due to the Expiration of E.O. 96-31 and 96-32

Executive Order 97-18: Relative to Establishing a Civil Defense Advisory Council to Assist in the Implementation of the Office of Civil Defense Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Activities

Executive Order 97-19: Relative to Amending E.O. 94-17 to Broaden the Uses of the Department of Corrections Revolving Fund

Executive Order 97-20: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam National Guard Due to the Crash of Korean Air Flight 801 in the Early Morning Hours of August 6, 1997

Executive Order 97-21: Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Waterworks Authority Due to the Landslide and Unstable Ground at Namo Falls in the Village of Santa Rita on August 30, 1997

Executive Order 97-22: Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works Due to the Landslide and Unstable Ground at Namo Falls in the Village of Santa Rita on August 30, 1997

Executive Order 97-23: Relative to Instituting a Family Violence Task Force to Lessen and Eliminate Instances of Violence Taking Place Between Family Members

Executive Order 97-24: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works Due to the Need to Repair Heavy Equipment

Executive Order 97-25: Relative to Establishing a Drought Response and Water Utilization Group for the Purpose of Preparing for and Coordinating Guam’s Response to the Threat of a Predicted Drought Resulting from the Effects of El Nino which Began in Early 1997 and is Expected to Continue Through Most of 1998

Executive Order 97-26: Relative to Establishing a “Police Commission” of the Guam Police Department

Executive Order 97-27: Relative to Directing the BRAC Gov. Guam Steering Committee to Coordinate Government of Guam Activities Concerning Federal Lands

Executive Order 97-28: Calling Up Selected Personnel of the Guam National Guard to Territorial Activities and Duties to Assist in Identified Projects Requiring Heavy Equipment

Executive Order 97-29: Relative to Mandating That All Agencies and Departments of the Executive Branch Comply with Executive Order No. 96-13 and 96-38, and to Reaffirm the Lead Role of the Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) in the Implementation of the Government-Wide Information Technology Plan

Executive Order 97-30: Relative to Establishing the Fiscal Policy Committee as an Advisory Group to the Governor and Fixing Responsibilities

Executive Order 97-31: Relative to Adopting the Policy Granting On-the-Job Injury for Unclassified Employees

Executive Order 97-31 (Attachment): Rule 8.300 On-the-Job Injury – DOA Personnel Rules and Regulations (CSC No. 98-041)

Executive Order 97-32: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works Due to the Need to Procure Heavy Equipment, and Amending E.O. 97-28 Relative to the Payment of Overtime

Executive Order 97-33: Calling Up Selected Personnel of the Guam National Guard to Territorial Activities and Duties to Assist in Identified Projects Requiring Heavy Equipment

Executive Order 97-34: Relative to Amending the Membership of the BRAC Gov. Guam Steering Committee to Coordinate Government of Guam Activities Concerning Federal Lands which was established in E.O. 97-27

Executive Order 97-35: Relative to Providing an Exemption from the Prohibition of Executive Order 95-11 for those Civil Defense Personnel Who Responded Above the Call of Duty During the Korean Air Disaster of August 6, 1997

Executive Order 97-36: Relative to Establishing a Task Force on Solid Waste Management

Executive Order 97-37: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Waterworks Authority to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-38: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Telephone Authority to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-39: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Agriculture to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka on the Evening of December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-40: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works to the Public During and After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-41: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Parks and Recreation to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-42: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Office of Civil Defense to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-43: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Police Department to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-44: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam National Guard to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-45: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Health and Social Services After the Passing of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-46: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Mayors, Employees of the Mayors Council, and Employees of the Mayors in Each Village, to the Public Due to the Passing of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-47: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Fire Department to the Public During and After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-48: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Power Authority to the Public After the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-49: Price Freeze on Goods and Services to Price Levels in Effect on December 15, 1997, the Day Before the Passage of Super Typhoon Paka, December 16, 1997

Executive Order 97-50: Declaring all Executive Branch Departments and Agencies Closed on December 26, 1997 and Their Employees Excused from Duty, Except as Provided by Their Respective Department or Agency Heads

Executive Order 97-51: Relative to Establishing a Disaster Housing Office to Meet the Transitional and Temporary Housing Needs in the Aftermath of Super Typhoon Paka

Executive Order 97-52: Relative to Establishing the Government of Guam Recovery Coordination Office (Paka Office) for Guam’s Recovery After Super Typhoon Paka

Executive Order 97-53: Relative to Clarifying “State of Emergency” and “Emergency Situation” in the Wake of Super Typhoon Paka for the Purposes of Payment of Government Personnel


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1998 Executive Orders

Executive Order 98-01: Relative to Clarifying “State of Emergency”, “Emergency for Cleanup, Restorative, or Mitigation Services”, and Rates of Payment in the Wake of Super Typhoon Paka; and Rescinding E.O. 97-53

Executive Order 98-02: Relative to Amending E.O. 97-19 to Broaden the Uses of the Department of Corrections Revolving Fund

Executive Order 98-03: Relative to Extending the Period During Which the Guam Power Authority and the Guam Waterworks Authority May Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of Super Typhoon Paka

Executive Order 98-04: Relative a Second Extension of the Period During Which the Guam Power Authority and the Guam Waterworks Authority May Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of Super Typhoon Paka

Executive Order 98-05: Relative to Establishing a Land, Environment and Economic Recovery Task Force

Executive Order 98-06: Relative to a Third Extension of the Period During Which the Guam Power Authority and The Guam Waterworks Authority May Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of Super Typhoon Paka

Executive Order 98-07: Relative to a Fourth Extension of the Period During Which the Guam Power Authority May Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of Super Typhoon Paka

Executive Order 98-08: Relative to Establishing a Tourism Strategic Marketing and Planning Task Force

Executive Order 98-09: Relative to Establishing a Guam Centennial Task Force

Executive Order 98-10: Relative to Government of Guam Departments and Agencies Using Services of the Guam Shipyard

Executive Order 98-11: Relative to Promulgating Emergency Rules and Regulations for the Customs, Agriculture, and Quarantine Inspection Services Charge

Executive Order 98-11 (Attachment)

Executive Order 98-12: Relative to Establishing the Public Service Recovery Fund and Providing for its Use and Accountability

Executive Order 98-13: Relative to Establishing Guidelines for the Department of Land Management to Issue Limited Land Use Permits for the Interim Use of Lot 10120-17, Dededo, Reserved by P.L. 22-18 as a Cultural Center

Executive Order 98-14: Relative to Establishing the Guam Police Department Highway Patrol Division

Executive Order 98-15: Relative to Establishing the Guam Police Department Neighborhood Patrol

Executive Order 98-16: Relative to Creating a Governor’s Parental Involvement Initiative

Executive Order 98-17: Relative to Authorizing Merit Award Scholarships Based on the Combined Attendance of Two High Schools as One at Southern High School

Executive Order 98-19: Relative to Requiring the Department of Education to Include the Students from the DoDEA Schools into the Public School Summer School Program

Executive Order 98-20: Relative to Amending E.O. 98-16 which Created a Governor’s Parental Initiative

Executive Order 98-21: Relative to Implementing the Government of Guam Physical Fitness and Wellness Program

Executive Order 98-22: Relative to Adopting and Promulgating the A.B. Won Pat Guam International Airport Authority’s Personnel Rules and Regulations which Govern the Rights, Conduct, and Obligations of Employees and Responsibilities and Action of Management

Executive Order 98-23: Relative to Creating a “Health Priorities Action Group”

Executive Order 98-24: Relative to Creating a Task Force on Alien Labor to Gradually Move Guam from Dependence on a Large Foreign Labor Force and to Develop a Self-Sustaining Local Labor Force

Executive Order 98-25: Relative to Forming a Task Force on Early Childhood Education and Development

Executive Order 98-26: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Office of Civil Defense in Coordination of the Guam Fire Department, Guam Police Department, Guam Department of Public Works, the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, and the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services Due to Actions Necessary Due to the Subterranean Fire at the Malojloj Hardfill

Executive Order 98-27: Relative to Establishing the Guam Cultural Tourism Council as Part of the Governor’s Vision 2001 Task Force: Education and Community Awareness – Tourism

Executive Order 98-28: Relative to Adopting “Inifresi”, the Chamorro “Pledge of Allegiance”

Executive Order 98-29: Relative to Establishing a Universal Government of Guam Job Application Form in Support of Guam’s One-Stop Career Center System

Executive Order 98-30: Relative to Adopting an Updated Flood Plain Management Ordinance as Emergency Rules and Regulations

Executive Order 98-31: Relative to Creating a Year 2000 Council and to Designate the “Council” as the Lead Organization to Assess Potential Threats, to Develop and Implement Programs and Plans, and to Prioritize the Government of Guam’s Responses, in Cooperation with the Private Sector, to the Year 2000 Problem

Executive Order 98-32: Relative to Amending E.O. 98-12 Relative to the Public Service Recovery Fund

Executive Order 98-33: Relative to Establishing Guidelines for Fiscal Management of Government of Guam Departments and Agencies

Executive Order 98-34: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Office of Civil Defense in Coordination with the Guam Fire Department, Guam Police Department, Guam Department of Public Works, Guam Environmental Protection Agency, and the Guam Water Works Authority Due to Actions Necessary Due to the Fire at the Ordot Landfill


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1999 Executive Orders

Executive Order 99-01: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Emergency Expenses Related to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Military Affairs in Coordination with the Guam Fire Department, Guam Police Department, Department of Public Works, Guam Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Public Health and Social Services, and the Guam Water Works Authority, Due to the Fire at the Main Area of the Ordot Landfill

Executive Order 99-02: Relative to Adopting and Promulgating the Personnel Rules and Regulations for Employees of the Guam Community College (GCC), which Govern the Rights, Conduct, and Obligations of Classified GCC Employees, and the Responsibilities and Actions of Management

Executive Order 99-02 (Attachment): Personnel Rules and Regulations

Executive Order 99-03: Relative to Amending the Department of Administration’s Drug-Free Workplace Operating Procedures

Executive Order 99-04: Relative to Amending the Responsibilities of the BRAC GovGuam Steering Committee Specifically with Regard to Tiyan, which was Established in E.O. 97-34

Executive Order 99-05: Relative to Creating a “Community Task Force on Education”

Executive Order 99-06: Relative to Providing Government of Guam Employees Who Are Participants in or Volunteers with the 1999 South Pacific Games, Additional Administrative Leave

Executive Order 99-07: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Military Affairs in Coordination with the Guam Fire Department, Guam Police Department, Department of Public Works, Guam Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Public Health and Social Services, and Guam Water Works Authority, Due to the Fire at the Main Area of the Ordot Landfill

Executive Order 99-08: Relative to Establishing a Task Force to Prepare for the Festival of Pacific Arts (“FestPac”) and Designating the Governor’s Office to Coordinate Guam’s Participation

Executive Order 99-09: Relative to Utilizing the Watershed Approach to Protect and Manage Guam’s Precious Surface and Ground Water Resources

Executive Order 99-10: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Personnel, Goods and Services by Komitea Para Tiyan in the Operation of the Tiyan Property

Executive Order 99-11: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Emergency Expenses Relative to Continuing to Ensure Compliance with the U.S. Navy on the Agreement to Return to Tiyan

Executive Order 99-12: Relative to Adopting and Promulgating the Guam Telephone Authority’s Personnel Rules and Regulations Governing the Rights, Conduct, and Obligations of Employees and Responsibilities and Action Management

Executive Order 99-13: Relative to Creating the Guam Workforce Investment Board (GWIB) Under the Newly Enacted Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Federal Public Law 105-220

Executive Order 99-14: Relative to Amending E.O. 98-32, Relative to the Public Service Recovery Fund

Executive Order 99-15: Relative to Adopting and Promulgating a Comprehensive Drug Free Workplace Policy for the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority which Includes Mandatory Drug Testing as a Condition of Employment in the Government of Guam; and Procedures for Dealing with Illegal Drug Use in the Workplace

Executive Order 99-16: Relative to Requesting the Guam Public Utilities Commission to Make Recommendations Regarding the Governor’s Proposed Assessment and Collection from the Guam Power Authority of Past Due Charges Under Section 23 of Chapter III of P.L. 24-59

Executive Order 99-17: Relative to Requesting the Guam Public Utilities Commission to Make Recommendations Regarding the Governor’s Proposed Assessment and Collection from the Guam Telephone Authority of Past Due Charges Under Section 23 of Chapter III of P.L. 24-59

Executive Order 99-18: Relative to Establishing the Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Commission, to Extend the Present Activities for Celebrating the Federal Holiday to Include the Carrying Out the Unfinished Agenda of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Executive Order 99-19: Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, and for Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works to repair and replace buildings at C.L. Taitano Elementary School Due to Structural Damage

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