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DOA issued an Invitation for Bid for office space on January 7th and today the General Services Agency informed PNC that the contract was awarded to ITC. GSA Procurement Officer Robert Kono says the lease will cost DOA about $479,000 a year.
In the IFB DOA asks for a two-year lease with an option to renew the lease on a yearly basis for up to four years. The IFB also asks to occupy the new facility within 60 days of the receipt of the purchase order.
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Employees at DOA have complained of on-going leaks from the roof and leaky pipes. The facility, which also houses the Department of Education central office, is owned by the legislature. Senator Aline Yamashita told PNC today the legislature plans to demolish the building in the future but no time-frame has been set. DOE has requested that the legislature provide written notice to vacate the facility ahead of time.
Governor Calvo's Education Liaison Vince Leon Guerrero says the Core-Tech Facility in Tiyan could be an option for DOE when it begins to look for new office space. The facility is currently being leased by the Governor's Office as a temporary campus for Untalan Middle School while its campus undergoes ARRA funded renovations. The lease includes a lease-to-own option which Leon Guerrero says expires at the end of the year.
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