K57
News Report
June 24, 2003

( K57 ): With plans still in the works to privatize and outsource maintenance and cafeteria services at the Department of Education, a bill has been introduced that would allow government employees to try for those bids. Sen. Bob Klitzkie says Bill 141 would allow GovGuam employees to form their own companies and try for those bids.

( Sen. Bob Klitzkie ): “This would allow government employees who are looking at potential outsourcing or privatization the alternative of becoming bosses themselves and to participate in the process, perhaps wind up with a bid themselves.”

( K57 ): Klitzkie says GovGuam employees would have an advantage with the experience they already have on the job.


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