2000 – 2004 Executive Orders

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2000 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2000-01: Relative to transferring DOD contract personnel

Executive Order 2000-02: Relative to increasing the Government of Guam employee participation in step four of the Government Grievance Procedures of the Department of Administration’s personnel rules and regulations from five members to seven members

Executive Order 2000-04: Relative to establishing committee to hold a Guam Geodetic Network (GGN) monument utilization forum

Executive Order 2000-05: Relative to creating a Lada Estates Task Force to determine the status and future of the project

Executive Order 2000-06: Relative to compensating Department of Corrections officers for carrying the burden of the Federal Government Immigration and Naturalization Service

Executive Order 2000-07: Relative to requiring all legislative requests to be put in writing and forwarded to the Office of the Governor during the government reorganization process

Executive Order 2000-08: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement, for emergency expenses, relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Revenue and Taxation due to earthquake damage to their premises in Tiyan

Executive Order 2000-09: Relative to empaneling a task force to organize and conduct the commemoration of the fiftieth (50th) anniversary of the Enactment of the Organic Act of Guam and fifty years of American democracy on Guam

Executive Order 2000-10: Relative to enhancing the apprentice training program through hiring of apprentices for Government of Guam construction projects

Executive Order 2000-11: Relative to creating a joint SRF task force on the future role of Government of Guam and the SRF

Executive Order 2000-12: Relative to creating the Airport Business Development Task Force

Executive Order 2000-13: Relative to directing the GMH Board to hire nurses and other essential hospital staff, and relative to directing the director of DOE to process the GG1 forms of teachers, including recent graduates of the University of Guam, and to execute the contracts of teachers reinstated by contract

Executive Order 2000-14: Relative to rescinding the ‘Gag Order’ of E.O. 2000-07

Executive Order 2000-15: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at GMH in order to ensure safe medical care for the community of Guam

Executive Order 2000-16: Relative to establishing a sister city relationship agreement and friendship affiliation between Quezon City, Metro Manila, Republic of the Philippines and Guam

Executive Order 2000-17: Relative to the reorganizing and realigning parts or functions of fiscal and human resource mandates, placing them under the purview of the Bureau of Budget and Management Resources

Executive Order 2000-18: Relative to declaring a Second State of Emergency at GMH in order to ensure safe medical care for the community of Guam

Executive Order 2000-19: Relative to Title 26 of the Guam Administrative Rules and Regulations Regarding Animal Quarantine

Executive Order 2000-19: Relative to Promulgating rules and regulations for animal quarantine

Executive Order 2000-20: Relative to establishment of a Food and Safety Task Force on Guam

Executive Order 2000-21: Relative to forming a task force to assist DPW in identifying unsafe abandoned buildings and taking steps to remove them

Executive Order 2000-22: Relative to increasing the de-ratting fees of DPHSS for rodent inspection of international vessels

Executive Order 2000-23: Relative to establishing a protocol guide for the Guam Flag

Executive Order 2000-24: Relative to declaring a Third State of Emergency at GMH in order to ensure safe medical care for the community

Executive Order 2000-25: Relative to obtaining on-island professional consulting, education, and training services before off-island professional consulting, education, and training services

Executive Order 2000-26: Relative to extending work of the Joint SRF Task Force on the future role of the Government of Guam and the SRF

Executive Order 2000-27: Relative to declaring a Fourth State of Emergency at GMH in order to ensure the safe medical care for the community of Guam

Executive Order 2000-28: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at DMHSA in order to ensure safe medical care for the community of Guam

Executive Order 2000-29: Relative to amending E.O. 97-19 to further broaden the uses of the DOC revolving fund

Executive Order 2000-30: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at DPW in order to ensure proper sanitation for the community by stabilizing operations at the Solid Waste Division

Executive Order 2000-31: Relative to creating a task force to pursue the concept of developing a “Medzone” for Guam, to be known as the “Guam Medzone Task Force”

Executive Office 2000-32: Relative to rescinding of E.O. 2000-07 and guidelines for communication between executive officers and legislative bodies

Executive Order 2000-33: Relative to amending E.O. 2000-03 establishing a task force to recommend the disposition of the “Hornbostel Collection” of remains of Ancient Chamorros now housed at the Bishop Museum in Hawaii, to change the member from the Guam Preservation Trust

Executive Order 2000-34: Relative to Designating the Guam International Airport Authority as the lead agency and caretaker of the Tiyan Reuse Authority

Executive Order 2000-35: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at DLM relative to the critical need to safeguard, preserve, and protect land instruments, documents, and sundry land files by expediting the construction of a modern document vault and completing their digitized images for various computer applications

Executive Order 2000-36: Relative to declaring a fifth state of emergency at GMH in order to ensure safe medical care for the community of Guam

Executive Order 2000-37: Relative to rule 6.09 of the Guam Power Authority’s personnel rules and regulations regarding detail assignments

Executive Order 2000-38: Relative to establishing a task force to publish the Fourth Volume of the Hale’-ta series as a tribute to the generations of families in public service

Executive Order 2000-39: Relative to declaring a Sixth State of Emergency at GMH in order to ensure safe medical care for the community of Guam

Executive Order 2000-40: Relative to creating a trust industry task force to provide cohesion in the early development of the industry on Guam

Executive Order 2000-41: Relative to display the Guam Flag in Guam’s schools

Executive Order 2000-42: Relative to providing for the celebration of the month of March as “Chamorro Month”

Executive Order 2000-43: Relative to providing for differential pay for firefighters who are EMT certified and who are engaged in training or who are assigned to public events on an EMT standby basis

Executive Order 2000-44: Relative to clarifying E.O. 2000-43 to include differential pay for members of the Fire Rescue Unit of the Guam Fire Department who are EMT certified

Executive Order 2000-45: Relative to declaring a Seventh State of Emergency at GMH in order to ensure safe medical care for the community of Guam

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2001 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2001-01: Relative to providing for differential pay for members of the Guam Fire Department and members of the Guam International Airport Authority Fire and Rescue Unit who are EMT certified

Executive Order 2001-02: Relative to adopting and promulgating the Port Authority of Guam’s personnel rules and regulations governing the rights, conduct, and obligations of employees and responsibilities and action of management

Executive Order 2001-03: Relative to GEDA receiving GLUP ’94 properties and the Joint SRF Task Force interacting with the U.S. Navy regarding the use of SRF

Executive Order 2001-04: Relative to establishing a Guam Building Code Standard for certification of fully concrete buildings and typhoon shutters

Executive Order 2001-05: Relative to establishing a Guam (Statewide) Transportation Planning Board

Executive Order 2001-06: Relative to providing group insurance to active members of the Defined Contribution Retirement Plan who are receiving disability insurance

Executive Order 2001-07: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at DPW in order to ensure proper sanitation for the community by stabilizing operations at the solid waste division

Executive Order 2001-08: Relative to declaring an Eighth State of Emergency at GMH in order to ensure the safe medical care for the community of Guam

Executive Order 2001-09: Relative to adopting the Department of Administration’s personnel rules and regulations for immediate implementation by the Guam Visitors Bureau as interim policy governing rights, conduct, and obligations of employees and responsibilities and actions of management

Executive Order 2001-10: Relative to adopting DOA personnel rules and regulations for immediate implementation by GMH as interim policy governing the rights, conducts, and obligations of employees and responsibilities and actions of management

Executive Order 2001-11: Relative to adopting DOA personnel rules and regulations for policy implementation by GWA governing the rights, conduct, and obligations of employees and responsibilities and actions of management

Executive Order 2001-12: Relative to creating a Suicide Prevention Task Force focusing on youth

Executive Order 2001-13: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency relative to the Guam Water and Waste Water Systems

Executive Order 2001-14: Relative to establishing an Educational Task Force on the Education 10-Year Capital Facilities Plan

Executive Order 2001-15: Relative to creating a task force to prepare a reuse report for the Anderson South housing area being returned to Guam

Executive Order 2001-16: Relative to instituting a Government of Guam-wide energy conservation policy as part of an initiative to reduce utility costs

Executive Order 2001-17: Relative to creating a Land Use Task Force to assist the Guam Planning Council relative to island-wide land usage

Executive Order 2001-18: Relative to transferring the Government of Guam Recovery Coordination Office (Paka Office) to the Department of Administration

Executive Order 2001-19: Relative to amending E.O. 2001-18 transferring the Government of Guam Recover Coordination Office (Paka Office) to the Department of Administration by amending the effective date

Executive Order 2001-20: Relative to permitting of tower sites for wireless communication services on Chamorro Land Trust property

Executive Order 2001-21: Relative to establishing a “Plan Development Committee” to formulate an effective working plan of providing community-based alternatives for people with disabilities in accordance with the Supreme Court decision in Olmstead v. L.C., 527 U.S. 581 (1999)

Executive Order 2001-22: Relative to the implementation of aspects of the Guam Emergency Response Plan as a basis for recovery and emergency response for the island of Guam

Executive Order 2001-23: Relative to rescinding E.O. 2001-18 and E.O. 2001-19 transferring the Guam Recovery Office (Paka Office) to the Department of Administration

Executive Order 2001-24: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to perform security functions at Guam’s International Airport due to President Bush’s decision to call up the National Guard to perform security functions at 720 checkpoints in the nation’s 420 commercial ports

Executive Order 2001-25: Relative to providing for the rehiring of unclassified solid waste technicians who were excluded by the FY 2002 budget act, and such personnel as are necessary, in order to provide for continuing public health

Executive Order 2001-26: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency to provide for temporary housing and other needed services to displaced families due to flooding occurring October 14, 2001

Executive Order 2001-27: Relative to compensating exempt positions on a twenty-four (24) hour work schedule beyond one-hundred six (106) hours work period in the Guam Fire Department

Executive Order 2001-28: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to perform security functions at the Guam Power Authority’s power and water facilities due to the heightened security requirements necessary to protect such facilities in the wake of the U.S. terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001

Executive Order 2001-29: Relative to requesting the retirement fund BOA

Executive Order 2001-30: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency providing for the health and safety of Guam by continuing the employment of dispatchers for the 911 emergency system

Executive Order 2001-31: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency and Emergency Situation in the wake of the October 13, 2001 earthquake

Executive Order 2001-32: Relative to providing for emergency procurement for the establishment of the Special Response Unit

Executive Order 2001-33: Relative to preventing unauthorized importation of tobacco products into Guam

Executive Order 2001-34: Relative to enlarging the membership of the Civil Defense Advisory Council to provide for more comprehensive disaster and emergency preparation and response in the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001

Executive Order 2001-35: Relative to providing for 3-hour weekly pay entitlement, hazardous pay, and night differential pay for eligible personnel of the Department of Youth Affairs

Executive Order 2001-36: Relative to permitting of tower sites for wireless communications service in non-residential zones

Executive Order 2001-37: Relative to adding the Department of Public Works as a member of the Civil Defense Council

Executive Order 2001-38: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to prepare and respond to the approach of Super Typhoon Faxai towards Guam

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2002 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2002-01: Relative to establishing a revolving fund for DOA to cover costs for the Human Resources Division personnel services provided to semi-autonomous and autonomous departments and agencies, and to cover costs for the Drug-Free Workplace Program

Executive Order 2002-02: Relative to establishing the Government of Guam Earthquake Recovery Office for Guam’s recovery after the October 13, 2001 earthquake

Executive Order 2002-03: Relative to compensating exempt positions on a twenty-four (24) hour work schedule beyond one-hundred six (106) hours work period in the Guam Fire Department

Executive Order 2002-04: Relative to implementing the layoff procedures contained in Appendix B of the Department of Administration’s personnel rules and regulations throughout the executive branch of the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2002-05: Relative to transferring administration of various law enforcement agencies under the Guam Police Department

Executive Order 2002-06: Relative to certifying funds and authorizing the Department of Public Health and Social Services to issue medically indigent program cards for the month of March 2002

Executive Order 2002-07: Relative to amending E.O. 2000-08, relative to transferring the operations of the “Hale’-ta: Families in Public Service Task Force” to the division of research, publication and training, Department of Chamorro Affairs

Executive Order 2002-08: Relative to creating a Coastal Zone Management Meeting special fund

Executive Office 2002-09: Relative to consolidation of Guam’s Off-line emergency medical services (EMS) Medical Oversight

Executive Order 2002-10: Relative to providing group insurance to retirees and survivors of the defined contribution retirement plan

Executive Order 2002-11: Relative to authorizing DPHSS to issue medically indigent program cards for the months of April, May, June, July, August, and September, 2002

Executive Order 2002-12: Relative to establishing a revolving fund for DOA to cover the costs for the Treasurer of Guam Financial Management Division for services provided to semi-autonomous and autonomous departments and agencies

Executive Order 2002-13: Relative to creating task forces to support the missions of the Guam Ancestral Lands Commission and the Chamorro Land Trust Commission by the Department of Land Management

Executive Order 2002-14: Relative to the reorganization and realignment of functions and duties of the former Department of Commerce

Executive Order 2002-15: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide recovery from Typhoon Chata’an

Executive Order 2002-16: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to assist the Department of Public Works and the Guam Police Department in the recovery efforts from the effects of Typhoon Chata’an

Executive Order 2002-17: Relative to extending the State of Emergency for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to assist in the recovery efforts from the effects of Typhoon Chata’an, and also Typhoon Halong

Executive Order 2002-18: Relative to extending the State of Emergency for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to assist in the recovery efforts from the effects of Typhoon Chata’an, and also Typhoon Halong

Executive Order 2002-19: Relative to Ancestral Land use and administration

Executive Order 2002-20: Relative to allowing students in the Guam Public School System to wear patriotic colors such as red, white, and blue to commemorate the events of September 11, 2001

Executive Order 2002-21: Relative to repealing E.O. 2000-06, exempting certain employees at DOC from prohibition on accruing overtime

Executive Order 2002-22: Relative to producing the number of meetings per month of the application review committee of the Guam Land Use Commission/Guam Seashore Protection Commission/Guam Natural Resources Board

Executive Order 2002-23: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to assist in providing water to the southern portion of the island

Executive Order 2002-24: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide recovery from Typhoon Pongsona and for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to assist the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2002-25: Relative to declaring an emergency at the Guam International Airport in order to expedite the island-wide recovery from Typhoon Pongsona and for the provision of services by the Guam International Airport to assist the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2002-26: Relative to establishing priorities for government consumption of fuel and for the development and implementation of an interim island transportation plan

Executive Order 2002-27: Relative to establishing a pay and leave policy for Government of Guam employees as a result of Typhoon Ponsona and the tank fire at the fuel farm in Cabris Island

Executive Order 2002-28: Continuation of Guam National Guard activation

Executive Order 2002-29: Relative to clarifying E.O. 2002-27, establishing pay and leave policy for Government of Guam employees as a result of Typhoon Pongsona and the tank fire at the fuel farm in Cabris Island

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2003 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2003-01: Relative to extending E.O. 2002-24 declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide recovery from Super Typhoon Pongsona

Executive Order 2003-02: Continuation of Guam National Guard activation

Executive Order 2003-03: Relative to reducing the Government of Guam work week to 32 hours in order to preserve the health, safety, and welfare of the people of Guam

Executive Order 2003-04: Relative to the establishment of a tax conversion and reform commission

Executive Order 2003-05: Rescinding E.O. 91-38 and creating the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports

Executive Order 2003-06: Relative to establishing a 2003 Guam Island Fair/59th Guam Liberation Day Organizational Committee to plan and make appropriate arrangements for the Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade

Executive Order 2003-07: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency relative to the rental office space for the Office of the Governor

Executive Order 2003-08: Relative to instituting a Government of Guam wide energy compliance policy as part of an initiative to reduce utility costs

Executive Order 2003-09: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency concerning the procurement of legal services for Government of Guam agencies and departments

Executive Order 2003-10: Relative to the protection of the island against the spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and to establish a SARS Task Force

Executive Order 2003-11: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement and for emergency expenses relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Military Affairs in coordination with the various responding departments and agencies of the Government of Guam due to the fire at the Ordot Landfill

Executive Order 2003-12: Relative to amending E.O. 2003-04 establishing a tax conversion reform commission

Executive Order 2003-13: Relative to establishing the Office of Homeland Security and the Homeland Security Advisory Council

Executive Order 2003-14: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency relative to the rental of space for the Office of the Governor and Government House

Executive Order 2003-15: Relative to establishing a coordinating committee to prepare for the Festival of Pacific Arts (“FESTPAC”)

Executive Order 2003-16: Relative to placing the Agency for Human Resources Development under the administrative supervision of the Department of Labor

Executive Order 2003-17: Relative to instituting a Government of Guam wide recycling program in accordance with P.L. 24-304 and the Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan

Executive Order 2003-18: Relative to the need to conduct a land summit in Guam for the purpose of complying with certain provisions of Chapter 60 (Land Management) Title 21, Real Property, Guam Code Annotated, relative to the record keeping and management of all Government Lands, to review the current and future use of Government Land by all Government of Guam entities and to adopt a uniform system for the comprehensive management of all Government Land resources within the government

Executive Order 2003-19: Declaring a State of Emergency concerning the procurement of legal services for the Department of Agriculture of the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2003-20: Relative to establishing the Guam State Plan Development and Coordinating Committee pursuant to the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002, P.L. 107-252/H.R. 3295

Executive Order 2003-21: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency relative to the rental of space for the Office of the Governor and Government House

Executive Order 2003-22: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency relative to the rental space for the Office of the Governor and Government House

Executive Order 2003-23: Relative to directing the Guam Memorial Hospital Board to recruit nurses and other essential hospital staff

Executive Order 2003-24: Relative to formulating a reorganized and consolidated Government of Guam

Executive Order 2003-25: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency relative to the rental space for the Office of the Governor and Government House

Executive Order 2003-26: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement and for emergency expenses relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Revenue and Taxation due to the damages to their premises at Tiyan

Executive Order 2003-27: Relative to procurement reform

Executive Order 2003-28: Relative to amending E.O. 94-17

Executive Order 2003-29: Relative to the creation of the State Incentive Planning Grant Council, to be known as the Prevention and Early Intervention Advisory Council Empowerment

Executive Order 2003-30: 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 due to the school bus shortage

Executive Order 2003-31: In the interest of public safety, health, and welfare relative to maintaining, procuring, and continuing radio phones and radio phone services

Executive Order 2003-32: Relative to instituting a family violence and sexual assault task force to combat the proliferation of family violence and criminal sexual assaults in the territory

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2004 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2004-01: 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 due to the school bus shortage

Executive Order 2004-02: Relative to establishing priority procurement, personnel recruitment, and intra-agency cooperation for the Ordot Concent Decree

Executive Order 2004-03: Relative to amending the Department of Administration’s Drug-Free Workplace Program operating procedures

Executive Order 2004-04: Establishing the watershed planning committee and requiring the implementation of a comprehensive watershed planning process

Executive Order 2004-05: Relative to placing the Government of Guam Recover Coordination (Paka Office) under the Office of Civil Defense

Executive Order 2004-06: Relative to establishing a 2004 Guam Island Fair/60th Guam Liberation Day Organizational Committee to plan and make appropriate arrangements for the Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade

Executive Order 2004-07: Relative to reorganizing the processing of federal programs

Executive Order 2004-08: Relative to rededicating “Marine Drive” and to re-designate it “Marine Corps Drive”

Executive Order 2004-09: Declaring a State of Emergency for emergency procurement and for emergency expenses relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Military Affairs in coordination with the various responding departments and agencies of the Government of Guam due to the fire at the J&E Equipment Rental Solid Waste Hardfill Facility at Santa Cruz Drive, Chalan Pago

Executive Order 2004-10: Relative to the designation of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (DMHSA) as the lead Government of Guam entity for addressing underage drinking among Guam’s children and youth population and the community-at-large

Executive Order 2004-11: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Tropical Storm Tingting and for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to assist the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2004-12: Relative to extending overtime in response to the recovery from Tropical Storm Tingting

Executive Order 2004-13: Relative to amending the declaration of a State of Emergency to include other agencies of support in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Tropical Storm Tingting

Executive Order 2004-14: Relative to establishing an executive committee on Early Childhood Care and Education, to be known as “ECCEC”

Executive Order 2004-15: Relative to establishing a “School Recovery Task Force” to formulate and implement an effective working plan to provide adequate public school facilities for Guam’s Youth to attend

Executive Order 2004-16: Relative to authorizing Government of Guam agencies to accrue overtime in response to the declaration of a State of Emergency for the Department of Education

Executive Order 2004-17: Relative to amending the Government of Guam Travel and Transportation Manual to permit Per Diem and car rental for off-island contracted teachers and licensed allied health professionals

Executive Order 2004-18: Relative to authorizing Government of Guam agencies to accrue overtime in response to the declaration of a State of Emergency for the Department of Education

Executive Order 2004-19: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Typhoon Chaba

Executive Order 2004-20: Relative to amending the declaration of a State of Emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Typhoon Chaba

Executive Order 2004-21: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at the Department of Education for emergency procurement and for emergency expenses relative to the provision of goods and services by the Department of Education in coordination with the school recovery task force due to water shortages at various public schools

Executive Order 2004-22: Relative to integrating dispute resolution clauses into contracts entered into by Government of Guam agencies, departments, public corporations and instrumentalities

Executive Order 2004-23: Relative to establishing an Office of the Taxpayer Advocate on an interim basis under the Department of Revenue and Taxation

Executive Order 2004-24: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Typhoon Nock-Ten

Executive Order 2004-25: Relative to declaring the closure of public beaches island-wide due to unsafe conditions caused by Typhoon Nok-Ten

Executive Order 2004-26: Relative to establishing an Office of Community Integration for People with Disabilities within the Office of the Governor of Guam and the creation of the Community integration /J.C. Permanent Injunction Compliance Team

Executive Order 2004-27: Relative to adopting the Department of Administration’s Personnel Rules and Regulations for immediate implementation by the Guam Economic Development and Commerce Authority as interim policy governing the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of employees and responsibilities and actions of management

Executive Order 2004-28: Relative to amending Sections 2.A and Section 6 of E.O. 83-15 regarding the organization and functions of the Department of Revenue and Taxation

Executive Order 2004-29: Relative to declaring the gymnasium of Southern High School a public safety and health risk and in a State of Emergency

Executive Order 2004-30: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Typhoon Talas

Executive Order 2004-31: Relative to declaring Christmas Eve, December 24, 2004, a special holiday for the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2004-32: Relative to declaring New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2004, a special holiday for the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2004-33: Relative to the placement in Government of Guam positions of employees of the Guam Telephone Authority who are adversely affected by the sale of GTA

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