Pacific News Center
Guam – The mandatory cuts to federal spending known as “sequestration” will have a serious impact on federal defense contracts on Guam, unless Congress acts to head off the implantation of those cuts before the end of this year.
“Sequestration” is the word used to describe the mandatory cuts in federal spending which will take effect January 1st under the debt limit law passed last year by Congress. That law created a “Super Committee” which tried but failed to agree on spending cuts. As a result, that same law now requires $1.2 trillion dollars in mandatory budget cuts, half from the military and half from domestic programs.
A pro-defense lobbying group, the “Center for Security Policy for the Coalition for the Common Defense” compiled a series of reports showing the impact of “sequestration” in every U.S. Congressional District, including Guam.
The Center’s avowed aim is “to educate and engage the American public on the importance of maintaining a strong national defense.”
You can see the reports for each Congressional District on the website: forthecommondefense.org
VIEW the contracts that would be effect on Guam below:
State Year District Contract Amount Contractor Name
Guam 2011 At Large $2,694,215.00 Chi Construction
Guam 2011 At Large ($3,278.00) Eric D. Jastillana
Guam 2011 At Large $0.00 Generoso P. Unsay
Guam 2011 At Large $6,090.00 Islander Wholesale
Guam 2011 At Large $256,035.00 Nanbo Tanagawa&Associates Inc
Guam 2011 At Large $7,052,451.00 Serrano Cons., And Dev., Corp.
Guam 2011 At Large $5,425.00 Coco-Jo’S
Guam 2011 At Large $0.00 Black Construction Corporation
Guam 2011 At Large $24,563.00 Conwood Products, Inc
Guam 2011 At Large $27,584.00 Dick Pacific Construction Co ,
Guam 2011 At Large $64,916.00 Guahan Waste Control Inc
Guam 2011 At Large $387,641.00 Guam Dry Cleaners Incorporated
Guam 2011 At Large $0.00 No Ka Oi Termite & Pest Control
Guam 2011 At Large $13,600.00 Pacific Island Movers, Inc
Guam 2011 At Large $58,882.00 Paul H Cepeda
Guam 2011 At Large $5,254.00 Reaction Co.
Guam 2011 At Large $4,950.00 Claire Marie Quichocho
Guam 2011 At Large $966,564.00 Sgs Guam Inc
Guam 2011 At Large $42,867.00 Tyeco Material Handling Equipment
Guam 2011 At Large $2,073,349.00 Ueg, Inc.
Guam 2011 At Large $64,494.00 Bartlett
Guam 2011 At Large $0.00 Construction & Power Sources, Inc.
Guam 2011 At Large $99,543.00 Continental Micronesia Inc
Guam 2011 At Large $19,641,118.00 Dynamic Ventures Inc
Guam 2011 At Large $16,999.00 Haanen Guam Corporation
Guam 2011 At Large $21,710.00 Island Development Company
Guam 2011 At Large $70,070.00 Johndel International Inc.
Guam 2011 At Large $24,042.00 L.P. Ganacias Enterprises, Inc.
Guam 2011 At Large $5,250.00 Metro Pacific Resources, Inc.
Guam 2011 At Large $100,631.00 Micro Way Corporation
Guam 2011 At Large $116,548.00 Premier Ken Guam, Lp
Guam 2011 At Large $7,622,988.00 Reliable Builders, Inc.
Guam 2011 At Large $21,733.00 Source Lighting&Electric
Guam 2011 At Large $90,239.00 Venture Transportation Corporation
Guam 2011 At Large $2,441,240.00 Aic International, Inc.
Guam 2011 At Large $0.00 Guam Tropical Dive Station
About the Coalition for the Common Defense
The Coalition for the Common Defense is an alliance of like-minded individuals and organizations who believe that without provision for the “common defense,” as articulated by the Founders, the freedom that has allowed unprecedented opportunity and prosperity to flourish in this country would soon be imperiled. In this new age of budgetary cuts, the Coalition rejects the false choice between military strength and economic health contending that economic prosperity depends on a strong national defense. Through a series of events and strategic partnerships, the coalition is calling on elected officials, candidates for office and others who share our commitment to the common defense to uphold these principles. We must return the United States to sensible fiscal principles without sacrificing our national security.
About the Center for Security Policy
The Center for Security Policy is a non-profit, non-partisan national security organization that specializes in identifying policies, actions, and resource needs that are vital to American security and then ensures that such issues are the subject of both focused, principled examination and effective action by recognized policy experts, appropriate officials, opinion leaders, and the general public.
For more information visit www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org.