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The Governor said many of these specific plans are likely to be implemented in fiscal year 2014 starting on Oct. 1, so that they will be embedded in the administration's proposed budget.
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Inos’ plan includes merging the Department of Labor and the Workforce Investment Agency, privatizing parks maintenance, and turning over the operation of the Oleai Sports Complex from the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs to an entity such as the Northern Marianas Amateur Sports Association, among others.
The Saipan Tribune also reports that Governor Inos will not be filling vacant positions deemed unnecessary, or not critical.
Many of the actions Inos plans were recommended by an independent 2010 desk audit on DCCA that was never implemented by former Governor Fitial who resigned last month prior to an impeachment trial he was facing in the CNMI Senate.
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