2005 to 2009 Executive Orders

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2005 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2005-01: Relative to filing earned income tax credit claims with the Department of Revenue and Taxation

Executive Order 2005-02: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Tropical Storm Kulap (01W)

Executive Order 2005-03: Relative to declaring the Guam Police Department in a State of Emergency

Executive Order 2005-04: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency relative to the rental of office space for the Office of the Attorney General of Guam

Executive Order 2005-05: Relative to amending E.O. 2005-04 concerning State of Emergency for the Office of the Attorney General of Guam to clarify that emergency procurement includes all related expenses

Executive Order 2005-06: Relative to adopting and promulgating the Guam Emergency Response Plan and Guam Hazard Mitigation

Executive Order 2005-07: Relative to improving healthcare services at our public healthcare facilities

Executive Order 2005-08: Relative to amending E.O. 2003-29 which created the State Incentive Planning Grant Committee known as the Prevention and Early Prevention Advisory Committee Empowerment (PEACE)

Executive Order 2005-09: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency relative to the rental of office space for the Office of the Attorney General of Guam

Executive Order 2005-10: Relative to amending the Government of Guam Travel and Transportation Manual to permit Per Diem and car rental for off-island hires who possess unique skills or qualifications

Executive Order 2005-11: Relative to placing the Guam Office of Americorps under the administrative supervision of the Department of Labor

Executive Order 2005-12: Relative to amending E.O. 2005-07 relative to improving healthcare services at our public healthcare facilities

Executive Order 2005-13: Relative to invasive species control and interdiction

Executive Order 2005-14: Relative to establishing a 2005 Guam Island Fair/61st Liberation Day Organizational Committee to plan and make appropriate arrangements for the Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade

Executive Order 2005-15: Resolution adopting low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program qualified allocation plan as created by the Tax Reform Act of 1986 Section 42 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code

Executive Order 2005-15: Relative to implementing the low-income housing tax credit program for Guam

Executive Order 2005-16: Relative to establishing a task force to immediately implement the mitigation and restoration of “Tolai Acho Taleyfac” in the municipality of Agat

Executive Order 2005-17: Relative to establishing the “Guam Museum Facilities Construction and Cultural Heritage Task Force”

Executive Order 2005-18: Relative to amending E.O. 95-29 to clarify the responsibility for the administration, management, and enforcement of the Government’s Drug-Free Workplace Program Policies and Procedures

Executive Order 2005-19: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to assist the Guam Police Department in personnel costs which may have an adverse effect on public safety

Executive Order 2005-20: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Corrections in personnel costs which may have an adverse effect on public safety

Executive Order 2005-21: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to assist the Guam Fire Department in personnel costs which may have an adverse effect on public safety

Executive Order 2005-22: Relative to establishing a commission on national and community service, hereinafter referred to and known as the Serve Guam Commission

Executive Order 2005-23: Relative to establishing a Guam Steering Committee for BRAC 2005 potential realignment of military lands on Guam

Executive Order 2005-24: Relative to declaring an emergency for procurement of legal services specializing in maritime law relative to ongoing Government of Guam maritime cases

Executive Order 2005-25: Relative to establishing a Bureau of Information Technology under the Governor’s Office to continue the work in improving communications, data processing, and information technology within the executive branch

Executive Order 2005-26: Relative to establishing focus groups in the areas of economic and statistical data; workforce development; regulatory environment and public service culture; and financing and business services

Executive Order 2005-27: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist the Guam Police Department, Guam Fire Department, Department of Corrections, to include the Department of Administration, and Bureau of Budget Management and Research, in personnel costs which may have an adverse effect on public safety

Executive Order 2005-28: Relative to re-defining the positions exempted by the Fair Labor Standards Act from minimum wage and overtime provisions and re-designating bonafide executive, administrative and professional categories previously designated by E.O. 95-11

Executive Order 2005-29: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et Al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al. and prevent a threat to public health and safety

Executive Order 2005-30: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Typhoon Nabi (14W)

Executive Order 2005-31: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued to in the J.C. et. al. v Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2005-32: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency to expedite the response to the Northwest Airlines (NWA) Flight No. 074 accident upon touchdown on the main runway of the A.B. Won Pat International Airport on August 19, 2005

Executive Order 2005-33: Relative to declaring a continuous State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam, et. al

Executive Order 2005-34: Relative to obtaining police and court clearance of current and future Government of Guam employees and for agencies to review Guam’s Sex Offender Registry to ensure compliance with local and federal laws

Executive Order 2005-35: Relative to the interim adoption of the Guam Stormwater Management Criteria for Department of Public Works and other Government of Guam projects

Executive Order 2005-36: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency to expedite the response to the Sexual Predator Operations as of 12:00 am November 6, 2005

Executive Order 2005-37: Relative to Creating a transshipment industry task force to promote the development of Guam as a major port of entry for U.S. brand Asian manufactured imports

Executive Order 2005-38: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al.

Executive Order 2005-39: Relative to amending E.O. 2005-36 to include the Department of Corrections in the declaration of a State of Emergency to expedite the response to the Sexual Predator Operations as of 12:00 am November 6, 2005

Executive Order 2005-40: Relative to the Hagatna Restoration and Development Master Plan

Executive Order 2005-41: Relative to establishing a wait list report by the Office of Community Integration

Executive Order 2005-42: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al


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2006 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2006-01: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2006-02: Relative to Guam Ancestral Land Use and Administration by approving the land use master plan for Dos Amantes

Executive Order 2006-03: Relative to amending E.O. 2005-37 to include the Bureau of Statistics and Plans on the Transshipment Industry Task Force to promote the development of Guam as a major port of entry for U.S. brand Asian manufactured imports

Executive Order 2006-04: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam, et. al

Executive Order 2006-05: Relative to restoring the application review committee meetings to twice a month E.O.-2006-06-Relative-to-Restoring-the-Application-Review-C

Executive Order 2006-07: Designation of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) as the basis for all incident management on Guam

Executive Order 2006-08: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2006-09: Relative to establishing a 2006 Guam Island Fair / 62nd Liberation Day Organizational Committee to plan and make appropriate arrangements for the Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade

Executive Order 2006-11: Relative to the protection of the island in the event of a pandemic and to the creation of a Pandemic Planning Task Force

Executive Order 2006-10: Relative to creating a Civilian/Military Task Force to maximize opportunities for the civilian and military community resulting from increases in military presence

Executive Order 2006-12: Relative to establishing the Ordot Consent Decree Compliance Team within the Office of the Governor and to establish priority procurement and intra-agency cooperation for the Ordot Consent Decree

Executive Order 2006-13: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency to comply with the consent decree issued in the District Court of Guam civil case no. 02-00022, United States of America v. 괌 정부

Executive Order 2006-14: Relative to Masso Reservoir for public benefit use for fishing and recreation and for conservation, protection, and management of fish and wildlife

Executive Order 2006-15: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist DMHSA and DISID to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2006-16: Equal Opportunity

Executive Order 2006-17: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist DMHSA and DISID to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2006-18: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Tropical Storm (08W)

Executive Order 2006-19: Relative to assisting DPHSS in preventing the continuation of the outbreak of Pertussis “Whooping Cough” by authorizing DPHSS to coordinate efforts to fight this highly contagious disease and prevent a threat to public health and safety

Executive Order 2006-20: Relative to authorizing overtime for certain exempt positions at the Department of Revenue and Taxation to expedite processing of EITC claims

Executive Order 2006-21: Relative to updating the Government of Guam Unified Pay Schedule

Executive Order 2006-22: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order for DPW to immediately mitigate and resolve the infrastructure and living conditions of varying locations throughout the island

Executive Order 2006-23: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist DMHSA and DISID to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2006-24: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide response and recovery of terrential rain from a strong monsoon trough causing widespread flooding and coastal inundation

Executive Order 2006-25: Relative to authorizing overtime for certain exempt positions at DPW for the expeditious implementation of various emergency projects

Executive Order 2006-26: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order for DPW to immediately implement the mitigation and restoration of Guatali Bridge

Executive Order 2006-27: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist DMHSA and DISID to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2006-28: Relative to the creation of the Protehi Y Corazon Task Force to raise awareness about and access to automatic external defibrillators

Executive Order 2006-29: Relative to amending E.O. 2003-29 and the Prevention and Early Intervention Advisory Council Empowerment (PEACE)

Executive Order 2006-30: Relative to establishing an agreement with a consortium of financial lending and investment institutions for the purpose of paying the cost of living adjustment award pursuant to P.L. 28-151 and Superior Court of Guam case SP 0206-93

Executive Order 2006-31: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist DMHSA and DISID to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al


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2007 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2007-01: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to assist DMHSA and DISID to comply with the mandates of the permanent injunction issued in the J.C. et. al v. Felix Camacho, Governor of Guam et. al

Executive Order 2007-02: Relative to establishing guidelines for the fiscal management of departments and agencies and to maximize available resources

Executive Order 2007-03: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency within the Guam Public School System

Executive Order 2007-04: Relative to the processing of federal programs

Executive Order 2007-05: Relative to establishing a 2007 Guam Island Fair / 63rd Liberation Day Organizational Committee to plan and make appropriate arrangements for the Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade

Executive Order 2007-06: Beautification Task Force

Executive Order 2007-07: Establishing a task force in preparation for the 2008 Tenth Festival of Pacific Arts (FESTPAC) and designating the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency as the lead agency

Executive Order 2007-08: Relative to amending E.O. 2002-14 and the reorganization and realignment of the functions and duties of the former Department of Commerce

Executive Order 2007-09: Relative to establishing the Solid Waste Law Review Commission within the Government of Guam and to establish cooperation within the branches of the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2007-010: Relative to appointing a new member to the Solid Waste Law Review Commission

Executive Order 2007-011: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order for DPW to immediately mitigate and repair the infrastructure and conditions of the Bile Bridge and Pigua Bridge in the village of Merizo, ?

Executive Order 2007-012: Relative to establishing a task force to coordinate, facilitate, and prepare the island of Guam for participation in the United States Department of Homeland Security National-Level Exercise, Top Officials 4

Executive Order 2007-013: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency to assist the Department of Agriculture control the recently introduced Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle, which poses serious environmental and economic threats to the people of Guam

Executive Order 2007-014: Relative to placing the Guam Energy Office under the supervision of the Guam Environmental Protection Agency

Executive Order 2007-015: Relative to amending the attachment of E.O. 2007-12 which established the Team Guam T4

Executive Order 2007-016: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order for DPW to immediately mitigate and repair Route 17, Cross Island Road, in the village of Santa Rita, ?

Executive Order 2007-017: Relative to approving the Jose D. Leon Guerrero Commercial Ports Marina Rules and Regulations governing the operation and fee structures for the Gregorio D. 페레즈 (Hagatna Marina) and Agat Small Boat Marina

Executive Order 2007-18: Relative to establishing “Tobacco Free Workplace Environment Department Policy for the Executive Branch of the Government of Guam”

Executive Order 2007-19: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency to assist the Department of Agriculture control the recently introduced Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle, which poses serious environmental and economic threats to the people of Guam

Executive Order 2007-20: Relative to establishing the Guam Inter-agency for coordinating homelessness programs

Executive Order 2007-21: Relative to declaring Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24, 2007, a special holiday for the Government of Guam

Executive Order 2007-22: Relative to performing an island-wide immunization coverage assessment to determine routine vaccination coverage among children aged 1, 2, 및 6 years, and adults aged 50 and older on the island of Guam


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2008 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2008-01: Relative to creating a building energy code task force committee as part of an initiative to create a partnership with Hawaii State Energy Office in reviewing the Model Tropical Building Energy Code draft

Executive Order 2008-02: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency to assist the Department of Agriculture control the recently introduced Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle, which poses serious environmental and economic threats to the people of Guam

Executive Order 2008-03: Relative to establishing the Guam Early Learning Council for Guam’s Early Childhood Comprehensive System

Executive Order 2008-04: Relative to amending E.O. 2006-11 and reconnecting the Governor’s Pandemic Plan Task Force

Executive Order 2008-05: Relative to adopting and promulgating the 2008 Guam Hazard Mitigation Plan

Executive Order 2008-06: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at the Department of Public Works

Executive Order 2008-07: Relative to establishing the Guam-China Development Council

Executive Order 2008-08: Relative to approving the 2008 updates for the Jose D. Leon Guerrero Commercial Port of Guam Master Plan

Executive Order 2008-09: Relative to restructuring the Civilian/Military Task Force to maximize opportunities for the Guam community resulting from the increased military presence

Executive Order 2008-10: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at the Department of Public Works

Executive Order 2008-11: Relative to establishing a 2008 Guam Island Fair / 64th Liberation Day Organizational Committee to plan and make appropriate arrangements for the Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade

Executive Order 2008-12: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2008-13: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency in order to allow Government of Guam agencies and instrumentalities to assist in repairing GPSS schools

Executive Order 2008-14: Relative to the creation of the law revision mission on juvenile justice

Executive Order 2008-15: Relative to declaring DYA the State Compliance Monitoring Agency of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 2002

Executive Order 2008-16: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to allow Government of Guam agencies and instrumentalities to assist in repairing GPSS schools

Executive Order 2008-17: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2008-18: Interoperable Communication System Executive Committee

Executive Order 2008-19: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2008-20: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in order to allow Government of Guam agencies and instrumentalities to assist in repairing GPSS schools

Executive Order 2008-21: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency at the Guam Public Library System Hagatna Main Library

Executive Order 2008-22: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2008-23: Relative to authorizing overtime for exempt and non-exempt employees of the Department of Revenue and Taxation to assist in the timely issuance of rebate checks provided in the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008

Executive Order 2008-24: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2008-25: Relative to transferring DISID residential homes on Guam and off-island to DMHSA

Executive Order 2008-26: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2008-27: Relative to declaring Friday, December 26, 2008, The Day After Christmas Day, a special holiday for the Government of Guam


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2009 Executive Orders

Executive Order 2009-01: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2009-02: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency at DPW

Executive Order 2009-03: Relative to transferring housing units under the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority to provide shelters for Guam’s homeless population

Executive Order 2009-04: Relative to placing the Bureau of Women’s Affairs under the administrative supervision of the Department of Labor

Executive Order 2009-05: Relative to declaring a State of Emergency for the administration of the Guam Regional Transit Authority pending confirmation of a quorum of the board of directors

Executive Order 2009-06: Relative to performing an Emergency Child Care Development Fund Program (CCDF) Plan to address the blockage of case processing and conduct prescreening of eligibility for new and/or reopen cases awaiting to receive child care services

Executive Order 2009-07: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency for the administration of the Guam Region Transit Authority pending confirmation of a quorum of the board of directors

Executive Order 2009-08: Relative to creating the Healthy Guam Initiative Government of Guam Employee HEALTH Program Steering Committee

Executive Order 2009-09: Relative to the processing of invoices for federal-aid highway projects at DPW

Executive Order 2009-10: Relative to authorizing overtime for exempt and non-exempt employees of the Department of Revenue and Taxation to process individual and corporate income tax returns for tax year 2006 and prior

Executive Order 2009-11: Relative to authorizing overtime for exempt and non-exempt employees of the Department of Revenue and Taxation to process individual and corporate tax refunds and the cost of living adjustment awarded in Superior Court case SP0206-93

Executive Order 2009-12: Relative to creating the Guam eHealth Collaborative (GeHC)

Executive Order 2009-13: Relative to amending E.O. 2005-35 adopting the Guam Storm Water Management Criteria for DPW and other Government of Guam projects

Executive Order 2009-14: Relative to establishing the Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Influenza and regular seasonal Flu vaccine campaigns from September 2009 through December 2009 and measures to assist and support the Guam Pandemic Planning Task Force on progressive planning and response efforts for the upcoming deployment and administration of vaccines to protect island residents from the imminent threat of the pandemic (H1N1) Influenza and regular seasonal Flu during the planned “Second Wave” in our community

Executive Order 2009-15: Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from Tropical Storm (18W)

Executive Order 2009-16: Relative to declaring a continuing State of Emergency in establishing the pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Influenza and regular seasonal Flu vaccine campaigns from September through December 2009 and measures to assist and support the Guam Pandemic Planning Task Force on progressive planning and response efforts for the upcoming deployment and administration of vaccines to protect island residents from the imminent threat of the pandemic (H1N1) Influenza and regular seasonal Flu during the planned “Second Wave” in our community

Executive Order 2009-17: Relative to authorizing overtime for exempt and non-exempt employees of the Department of Administration, General Services Agency, The Bureau of Budget and Management Research, and Department of Education to ensure the fiscal concerns of the U.S. Department of Education are addressed

Executive Order 2009-18: Relative to transferring housing units to the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority to provide shelters for Guam’s homeless population

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