Grant Awards to Guam

FY 2020

OP-ED: Federal government has helped GovGuam in pandemic, Pacific Daily News Op-Ed, 8/2/2020

Coral Reef and Natural Resources $103,057 to Guam

Technical Assistance Grants - $3 Million

Brown Tree Snake Control $3.4 Million for Guam

Invasive Species Grants of $239,994 for University of Guam

Interior Applauds Fix to Guam War Claims Legislation that Activates Payments, 3/26/2020 .

$2 Million in Redirected CIP Funds for Guam

AS Domenech Travels to Guam, December 2 – 9, 2019

Participates in Operation Christmas Drop
Opens Insular Areas World Heritage Workshop

Technical Assistance Grants - $2.5 Million

Coral Reef & Natural Resources w/Invasive Species $433,721

Manua Ferry Repairs - $1.64 million in redirected funds

Government Operations - $23.6 million

Measles Prevention and Vaccination $490K

Political Status

Guam became a U.S. territory in 1898 and placed under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Navy.  The Guam Organic Act of 1950 conferred U.S. citizenship on Guamanians and established the territory's government.  The Act also transferred Federal jurisdiction over Guam from the U.S. Navy to the Department of the Interior.  First elections were held in 1970.

Guam Leadership

Lou Leon Guerrero, Governor of Guam​
Office of the Governor
P.O. Box 2950
Hagåtña, Guam 96932

Madeleine Bordallo, Guam Governor’s Liaison
Washington Office
Governor of Guam
444 North Capitol Street
Washington, DC 20001

Michael San Nicolas, U.S. Representative​
U.S. House of Representatives
2442 Rayburn House Office Bldg.
Washington, D.C. 20515-5301
(202) 225-1188

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