• Executive Order No. 2021-13 :
      Relative to Amending Restrictions For Incoming Travelers and Quarantine Facilities And Other Conditions During PCOR 3
    • EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2021-12 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order No. 2021-11 :
      Relative to Launching the All Rise Program by Expanding Eligibility for the RISE ACT
    • Executive Order 2021-10 :
      Relative to Amending Quarantine Program for Incoming Travelers and Further Amending Restrictions during the Pandemic Condition of Readiness 3 (PCOR3)
    • EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2021-09 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order No. 2021-08 :
      Relative to Further Amending Restrictions During Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) 3
    • Executive Order No. 2021-08 :
    • EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2021-07 :
      RELATIVE TO EXTENDING THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY DECLARED TO RESPOND TO NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order 2021-06 :
      Relative to the Creation of the Guam Indigenous Heritage Alliance (GIHA)
    • Executive Order 2021-05 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order 2021-05 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order No. 2021-04 :
      Relative to Declaring Pandemic Condition of Readiness 3 (PCOR 3)
    • Executive Order No. 2021-03 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to Novel C
    • Executive Order No. 2021-02 :
      Relative to Declaring an Emergency Regarding the Operational State of the Child
    • Executive Order No. 2021-01 :
      Relative to Declaring Pandemic Condition of Readiness 2 (PCOR 2)
    • Executive Order No. 2020-46 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order No. 2020-45 :
      Relative to Further Amending Restrictions During Pandemic Condition of Readiness 1 (PCOR 1)
    • Executive Order No. 2020-44 :
      Relative to Further Amending Restrictions on the Operation of Businesses and Activities During PCOR1
    • Executive Order No. 2020-43 :
      Relative to Amending Restrictions on the Operation of Businesses and Activities During Pandemic Condition of Readiness 1 (PCOR 1)
    • Executive Order No. 2020-42 :
      Relative to Establishing the Guam Abandoned Derelict Vessels Removal Group
    • Executive Order No. 2020-41 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order No. 2020-40 :
      Relative to Establishing the Small Business Rent Assistance Grant Program
    • Executive Order No. 2020-39 :
      Relative to Creating a Community Defense Liaison Office within the Office of the Governor, as the Successor Office of the Guam Buildup Office
    • Executive Order No. 2020-38 :
      Relative to Implementation of COVID-19 Public Health Enforcement Rules and Extension of the Public Health Emergency
    • Executive Order No. 2020-37 :
      Relative to Amending Executive Order No. 2020-23 Creating the Office of Homelessness Assistance and Poverty Prevention
    • Executive Order No 2020-36 :
      Relative to Authorizing the Operation of Additional Businesses and Activities During Pandemic Condition of Readiness 1 (PCOR 1)
    • Executive Order No 2020-35 :
      Relative to Providing Financial Assistance to Medical and Health Providers and Families of COVID-19 Related Fatalities
    • Executive Order No 2020-34 :
      Relative to Instituting Safer-At-Home Advisory
    • Executive Order 2020-33 :
      Relative to the Utilization of Quarantine and Isolation to Combat the Spread of COVID-19
    • Executive Order 2020-32 :
      Relative to Continuing the Stay-at-Home Order with Additional Services
    • Executive Order 2020-31 :
      Relative to Extending the Stay-at-Home Order
    • Executive Order 2020-30 :
      Relative to Extending Stay-At-Home Order
    • Executive Order 2020-29 :
      Relative to Extending Public Health Emergency and Modified Stay-at-Home Order
    • Executive Order 2020-28 :
      Relative to Ordering Guam Residents to Stop the Spread of COVID-19 by Staying Home
    • Executive Order 2020-27 :
      Relative to Declaring Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) 1
    • Executive Order 2020-26 :
      Relative to Implementation of Additional Safety Measures and Issuance of Temporary Teaching Certifications During the Public Health Emergency
    • Executive Order 2020-25 :
      Relative to Revised Restrictions on Entry into Guam, and Implementing Measures to Ensure the Safe Practice of Certain Economic Activities
    • Executive Order 2020-24 :
      Relative to Declaring Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) 3
    • Executive Order 2020-23 :
      Relative to Reconstituting the Interagency Council for Coordinating Homelessness Programs; Establishing the Office of Homelessness Assistance and Poverty Prevention at the Mayors Council of Guam; and Providing Shelter and Protection for Unsheltered Homeless Families and Individuals
    • Executive Order 2020-22 :
      Relative to Extending the Public Health Emergency Declared to Respond to the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
    • Executive Order 2020-21 :
      Relative to Addressing the Mental Health, Drug, Alcohol and Rehabilitation Needs of the Department of Corrections Through the Establishment of the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center Annex
    • Executive order 2020-20 :
      Relative to Setting Conditions for Entry Into Guam and Permitting Limited School Operations
    • Executive Order 2020-19 :
      Relative to Safely Addressing the Critical Shortage of Personal Protective Equipment Necessary for Responding to the COVID-19 Public Health
    • Executive Order 2020-18 :
      Relative to Launching the Guam Small Business Pandemic Assistance Grant Program
    • Executive Order 2020-17 :
      Relative to Guam\'s Launching of the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation Programs
    • Executive Order 2020-16 :
      Relative To Allowing Additional Activities During Pandemic Condition Of Readiness 2
    • Executive Order 2020-15 :
      Relative to the Extension of Prugraman Salappe\' Ayudon I Taotao, A Disaster Relief Program
    • Executive Order 2020-14 :
      Relative to Declaring Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) 2
    • Executive Order 2020-13 :
      Relative To Ensuring Regular, Reliable, And Relevant Reporting Regarding Expenditures Authorized Pursuant To The Public Health Emergency Declared To Respond To The COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Executive Order 2020-12 :
      Relative To The Creation Of Prugraman Salappe\' Ayudon I Taotao, A Disaster Relief Program
    • Executive Order 2020-11 :
      Relative To Extending The Public Health Emergency And Establishing The Pandemic Conditions Of Readiness System
    • Executive Order 2020-10 :
      Relative to the Reservation of Road Access for Essential Business and Activities in a Public Health Emergency
    • Executive Order 2020-09 :
      Relative to Additional Isolation Measures
    • Executive Order 2020-08 :
      Relative to Establishing Covid-19 Response Differential Pay
    • Executive Order 2020-07 :
      Relative to Establishing a Moratorium on Evictions, Clarifying Price Gouging Prohibitions, and Providing for Telephonic Participation in Public Meetings
    • Executive Order 2020-06 :
      Relative to the Creation of COVID-19 CURE Action Team and Extension of Social Isolation Mandate
    • Executive Order 2020-05 :
      Relative to Mandating Social Isolation, Lifting Restrictions on Health Care Licensure, and Clarifying Status of Non-Essential Government of Guam Operations
    • Executive Order 2020-04 :
      Relative to Responding to to Confirmed Cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order 2020-03 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency to Respond to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Executive Order 2020-02 :
      Relative to the Establishment of the Youth Advisory Council to I Maga\'Hagan Guahan
    • Executive Order 2020-01 :
      Relative to Transferring the Hall of Governors to the Office of the Governor
    • Executive Order 2019-28 :
      Relative to Establishing the Zero Waste Guam Working Group
    • Executive Order 2019-27 :
      Relative to Declaring the Day Before Christmas a Holiday
    • Executive Order 2019-26 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency for DPHSS as a Result of Damage Suffered to its Mangilao Main Facility
    • Executive Order 2019-25 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Anticipate and Alleviate Impacts to Guam Arising from the Approach of Tropical Storm 29W
    • Executive Order 2019-24 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Anticipate and Alleviate Impacts to Guam Arising From the Approach of Typhoon Hagibis
    • Executive Order 2019-23 :
      Relative to Creating the Guam Green Growth Working Group
    • Executive Order 2019-22 :
      Relative to the Initiave to Include the Philippines to the Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver and the H-2A and H-2B Nonimmigrant Worker Programs
    • Executive Order 2019-21 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Assist the Department of Public Health and Social Services in Preventing an Outbreak of Dengue Fever on Guam
    • Executive Order 2019-20 :
      Relative to Amending Executive Order No. 2019-15
    • Executive Order 2019-19 :
      Relative to creating the Climate Change Resiliency Commission
    • Executive Order 2019-18 :
      Hazard Mitigation Plan 2019
    • Executive Order 2019-17 :
      Relative to Establishment of a Working Group to Determine a Strategy in Implementing the Guam Small-Ship Cruise Industry
    • Executive Order 2019-16 :
      Relative to Implementing a New Coral Reef Resilience Strategy to Protect and Preserve Guam\'s Coral Reefs from all Threats Including Climate Change
    • Executive Order 2019-15 :
      Relative to Creating the Governors Task Force on CHamoru Heritage and Cultural Advancement to Examine the Status of the Department of CHamoru Affairs and Guam Cultural Heritage Agencies and Develop Recommendations to Enhance Their Mission Operations and Effectiveness
    • Executive Order 2019-14 :
      Relative to the Reestablishment of the Guam Public Library System and the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency
    • Executive Order 2019-13 :
      Relative to Requesting the Mayors Council of Guam to Plan and Organize the 75th Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade 2019
    • Executive Order 2019-12 :
      Relative to the Creation of the Guam Aquacultural Task Force
    • Executive Order 2019-11 :
      Relative to the Government of Guams Drug Free Workplace Policy
    • Executive Order 2019-10 :
      Relative to the Reactivation of the Procurement Policy Office and Assistance to General Services Agency
    • Executive Order 2019-09 :
      Relative Establishing Coral Reef Resilience Working Group
    • Executive Order 2019-08 :
      Relative to Restoring Funding for the Medicaid Matching Fund by Rescinding Executive Order No. 2018-11
    • Executive Order 2019-07 :
      Relative to Restoring the Bureau of Womens Affairs within the Office of the Governor
    • Executive Order 2019-14 :
      Relative to the Reestablishment of the Guam Public Library System and the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency
    • Executive Order 2019-05 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Anticipate and Alleviate Impacts to Guam Arising from the Anticipated Development of Tropical Storm Wutip into a Typhoon
    • Executive Order 2019-04 :
      Relative to Creating the Governors Task Force to Reform Government Permitting Procedures
    • Executive Order 2019-03 :
      Relative to Reestablishing the Guam Educational Telecommunications Corporation as a Separate Agency
    • Executive Order 2019-02 :
      Relative to Reestablishing the Hagatna Restoration and Redevelopment Authority as a Separate Agency
    • Executive Order 2019-01 :
      Relative to Reorganizing the Department of Land Management by Reestablishing the Chamorro Land Trust Commission and the Guam Ancestral Lands Commission as Separate Agencies
    • Executive Order 2018-03 :
      Relative to implementing a 32-hour work week for all executive branch agencies that are funded or partially funded by the general fund
    • Executive Order 2017-05 :
      Relative to declaring an emergency for the Guam Medical Referral Assistance Office
    • Executive Order 2017-04 :
      Declaration of a state of emergency
    • Executive Order 2017-03 :
      Relative to declaring an emergency relative to responding to the scrapyard fire at Harmon industrial park
    • Executive Order 2017-06 :
      Relative to declaring the day after Thanksgiving as a Government of Guam holiday
    • Executive Order 50-5 :
      Regulations governing the foes to be charged in connection with the importation, deportation and storage of cargo at the Commercial Port of Guam.
    • Executive Order 50-4 :
      WHEREAS, the Government of Guam is presently and has for some years past been operating a general banking facility, known as the Bank of Guam, at Agana, Guam; and
    • Executive Order 50-3 :
      AUTHORITY OF DIRECTOR, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE TO ESTABLISH SCHEDULE OF HARBOR CHARGES AND REGULATIONS, REPEALING PORTIONS OF CHAPTER 34, CIVIL REGULATIONS WITH THE FORCE AND EFFECT OF LAW IN GUAM
    • Executive Order 50-2 :
      Executive Order 11-49 dated October 28, 1949. is revoked, as of the date hereof.
    • Executive Order 50-1 :
      RESTRICTIONS REGARDING ENTRY INTO VILLAGES OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 51-2 :
      Right of persons to enter into the communities and villages of Guam and to travel throughout the territory of Guam.
    • Executive Order 51-4 :
      SAFETY DEVICES FOR MOTORBOATS
    • Executive Order 51-3 :
      WHEREAS the rehabilitation of the Island of Guam has progressed to the point where the present Quarantine Regulations for the Port of Guam, approved February 18, 1948, are now obsolete; and
    • Executive Order 51-2 :
      Right of persons to enter into the communities and villages of Guam and to travel throughout the territory of Guam.
    • Executive Order 51-1 :
      Policy government medical care furnished by that Government of Guam and fees applicable to such medical care.
    • Executive Order 52-7 :
      The Board on Utility Rates has hold two public hearings on July 18, 1952 at 2
    • Executive Order 52-8 :
      WHEREAS, tho Act of the United State Congress of August 9, 1939, as amended Cb. 618, 53 Stat. 1291, relating to seizure and forfeiture of carriers transporting, carrying or conveying contraband articles, is applicable to Guam; and
    • Executive Order 52-6 :
      By virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor of Guam by the Organic Act of Guam, the following Executive Order is here by promulgated.
    • Executive Order 52-4 :
      COMMERCIAL PORT RATES AND CHARGES
    • Executive Order 52-3 :
      SHIPPING REGULATIONS, Licensing of Personnel for Motorboats and Steam and Motor Vessels
    • Executive Order 52-2 :
      WHEREAS, the United States Immigration Act of 1917 is applicable to Guam, and
    • Executive Order 52-1 :
      HULL AND MACHINERY INSPECTION FOR STEAM AND MOTOR VESSELS AND MOTORBOATS
    • Executive Order 53-5 :
      WHEREAS, Section 6112 of the Government Code of Guam provides that the Governor may when he deems it necessary and proper, create and establish revolving funds out of moneys received in connection with the purchase and sale of material and labor in aid of supplying utility services; and
    • Executive Order 53-4 :
      WHEREAS, Section 1, Public raw 51, Second Guam Legislature added Chapter 3 to Title VII of the Government Code to provide.for governmental assistance to indigent or unfortunate persons, and
    • Executive Order 53-3 :
      WHEREAS, Section 6112 of the Government Code of Guam provides that the Governor may, when he deems it necessary and proper, create and establish revolving funds out of monies received in connection with the purchase and sale of material and labor in aid of supplying utilities services by the Department of Public Works, and similar activities, and
    • Executive Order 53-2 :
      Pursuant to the provisions of Section 31002 of the Government Code of Guam, I hereby designate and define tho location and boundaries of organized villages having public utilities within tho territory, to be as shown on Land Management Drawing No. G1-53T9, dated July 23, 1953, which drawing is incorporated herein and by reference made a part of this Order. As provided in said section, all structures designed as single family dwelling located within such villages shall comply with all provisions of the Building Code of Guam.
    • Executive Order 53-1 :
      SELECTED LAWS OF GUAM AND RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE LICENSING OF COCKPITS, OPERATION OF COCKPITS, AND CONDUCT OF COCKFIGHTS
    • Executive Order 54-4 :
      To protect Guam against plant and animal pests and diseases, the Director of Agriculture has prescribed regulations governing the importation into Guam of plants and any form of vegetation and animals, as provided in Section 12400, Government Code of Guam.
    • Executive Order 54-3 :
      WHEREAS, Section 5 of Public Law 2, Second Guam Legislature, 1954 (Second) Special Session authorized the Governor to create a Housing Revolving Fund;
    • Executive Order 54-2 :
      WHEREAS, Public Law 77, First Guam Legislature, 1952 (Second) Regular Session was passed by the Legislature on July 2, 1952, and approved by the Governor of Guam on. July 29, 1952; and
    • Executive Order 54-1 :
      WHEREAS, by Executive Order No. 8-52, the Governor of Guam assumed responsibility· for the enforcement and administration in Guam. of the Act of the United States Congress of August 9, 1939, as amended, Chapter 618, 53 Stat. 1291, and delegated the duties and powers so assumed to the Director of Public Safety; and
    • Executive Order 55-4 :
      Amendment to Executive Order No. 3-55
    • Executive Order 55-3 :
      Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 55-1 :
      WHEREAS, Section 5 of Public Law 2, Second Guam Legislature, 1954 {Second) Special Session, authorized the Governor to create a Housing Revolving Fund;
    • Executive Order 56-5 :
      DESIGNATION OF FILING OFFICER PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 9500.4 AND 12007 OF THE GOVERNMENT CODE OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 56-4 :
      A special fund to he known as the School Lunch Fund, hereinafter referred to as the \"Fund,\" is hereby established in the Department of Education.
    • Executive Order 56-3 :
      WHEREAS, the Territorial Board of Education deems it in the general interest and wolf are of tho territory of Guam to conduct on a self-sustaining basis special off-campus courses at the college level for personnel of outside agencies located in Guam, including agencies of the United States, at facilities provided and maintained by such agencies; and
    • Executive Order 56-2 :
      WHEREAS, the Director of Finance has heretofore made disbursements for travel and transportation from the appropriation of the department, agency or similar organization concerned upon receipt of authorization as set forth in tho preceding paragraph; and
    • Executive Order 56-1 :
      GUAM TERRITORIAL INCOME TAX
    • Executive Order 57-7 :
      WHEREAS, Section 12309 Government Code of Guam, in conjunction with Section 12007, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Department of Agriculture, subject to title approval of the Director of Agriculture, to formulate regulations pertaining to the methods of taking fish and the equipment to be used therein; and
    • Executive Order 57-6 :
      WHEREAS, by authority of Executive Order No. 4-53, executed November 18, 1953, the Director of Finance established the Welfare Fund to account for sums of money deposited by the Helping Hands of Guam and matched by appropriated funds of the Government, in accordance with Chapter 3, Title VII, Government Code of. Guam; and
    • Executive Order 57-5 :
      WHEREAS, under the Health and Sanitation Law, Section 9500.4, Government Code, authorizes the Director of Medical Services to prescribe rules and regulations, which rules and regulations shall be subject to the approval of the Governor and must be promulgated by Executive Order
    • Executive Order 57-4 :
      AMENDMENT TO PUBLIC HEALTH QUARANTINE REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 57-3 :
      By virtue of the authority vested in me by Section 29(a) and Section 6(b) of the Organic Act of Guam, the attached
    • Executive Order 57-2 :
      All Public Laws shall be numbered consecutively in a single series for each Legislature, whether enacted at a regular or special session.
    • Executive Order 57-1 :
      PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY REGULATION NO. 1
    • Executive Order 58-15 :
      WHEREAS, the President of the United States, by Executive Order 10792, has declared Friday, December 26, 1958, the day following Christmas Day, to be a holiday for Federal employees; and
    • Executive Order 58-14 :
      WHEREAS, Section 31 of the Organic Act of Guam enacted a separate territorial income tax for the territory of Guam by stating, \"The income-tax laws in force in the United States of America and those which may hereafter be enacted shall be held to be likewise in force in Guam\"; and
    • Executive Order 58-13 :
      WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States has provided funds, through appropriation for operation of the office of the Government of Guam, for an auditor to be responsible to the Governor;
    • Executive Order 58-12 :
      WHEREAS, Public Law 43, Fourth Guam Legislature, enacted Chapter 8, Title XII, Government Code of Guam, as the Vocational Rehabilitation Law, to be & administered through the Department of Education by a Board of Control for Vocational Rehabilitation; and
    • Executive Order 58-11 :
      WHEREAS, Section 23147(a), Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Director of Public Safety to make necessary rules and regulations, relative to safety inspection of vehicles; and
    • Executive Order 58-10 :
      WHEREAS, the Guam Civil Defense Act of 1951, Chapter 6, Title IX, Government Code of Guam, created an Office of Civil Defense, and authorized preparation of a comprehensive plan for the civil defense of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 58-9 :
      For purpose of this order, equipment shall be deemed unserviceable when the cost of maintaining such equipment becomes excensive so that is cannot be operated economically.
    • Executive Order 58-8 :
      WHEREAS, the Guam Omnibus Act (Public Law 896, 84th Congress) extended to Guam the benefits of the Public Health Service Act (Public Law 410, 78th Congress) ; and
    • Executive Order 58-7 :
      WHEREAS, Section 14101, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Director of Commerce to make, alter, amend and repeal rules, regulations, fees and rates as required in the operation of the Commercial Port of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 58-6 :
      WHEREAS, under the Health and Sanitation Law, Section 9660.11, Government Code, authorizes the Director of Public Works to prescribe by regulation requirements regarding the collection of garbage and rubbish; and
    • Executive Order 58-5 :
      WHEREAS, under the Health and Sanitation Law, Section 9660.8, Government Code, requires the Director of Public Works to prescribe by regulation, subject to the approval of the Governor, a schedule of reasonable fees for the collection of garbage and rubbish from non-residential premises, and the procedure for the payment of such fees; and
    • Executive Order 58-4 :
      Collection of Garbage and Rubbish; Transfer of Functions and Appropriation to Department of Public Works
    • Executive Order 58-3 :
      GOVERNMENT HOUSING
    • Executive Order 58-2 :
      WHEREAS, Section 42015 of the Government Code of Guam authorizes the Guam Public Library Board to accept advisory services, funds and gifts for the benefit of the Library, provided that any grant-in-aid or other assistance by any government or agency, or any educational foundation or institution involving an obligation on the part of the government shall require the approval of the Governor; and
    • Executive Order 49-12 :
      Amendment of Executive Order 49-10. Oct. 28, 1949.
    • Executive Order 49-11 :
      Employment of Citizens of Guam on Federal-Contract Work.
    • Executive Order 49-10 :
      Change of Name to The Government of- Guam. Oct. 8, 1949.
    • Executive Order 49-9 :
      The Motor Vehicle Code of Guam.
    • Executive Order 49-8 :
      Proposed Act relating to Administrative Adjudication.
    • Executive Order 49-7 :
      Availability of Government Lands for Agricultural Purposes.
    • Executive Order 49-6 :
      Transfer Tax on Transfers of Motor Vehicles. Sep. 9, 1949.
    • Executive Order 49-5 :
      Amendment of Alcoholic Beverage Control Act. August 11, 1949.
    • Executive Order 49-4 :
      Revocation of Executive Order No. 47-23. Aug. 1, 1949.
    • Executive Order 49-3 :
      Regulation and Control of Importation Manufacture and Sale of Alcoholic Beverages.
    • Executive Order 49-2 :
      Customs Warehouse Service Charges. May 10, 1949.
    • Executive Order 49-1 :
      Preparations for Storms Including Typhoons.
    • Executive Order 58-1 :
      WHEREAS, the Guam Omnibus Act (Public Law 896, 84th Congress) extended to Guam the benefits of the Library Services Act (20 U.S.C. 351-358); and
    • Executive Order 48-5 :
      Duty Free Entry for Building Materials Oct. 14, 1948.
    • Executive Order 48-4 :
      Availability of Government Land for Agricultural Purposes. Oct. 11, 1948.
    • Executive Order 59-20 :
      The afternoon of Thursday, December 24, 1959, shall be a holiday for employees of the Government of Guam. All activities of the Government shall be closed for business at 12
    • Executive Order 48-3 :
      Amendment of the Probate Code of Guam, March 26 1948.
    • Executive Order 59-19 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS OF COCKPIT LICENSE BOARD
    • Executive Order 48-2 :
      Importation of Plants and Animals. March 19, 1948.
    • Executive Order 48-1 :
      Quarantine Regulation. Feb. 18, 1948.
    • Executive Order 59-18 :
      USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE SALE
    • Executive Order 59-17 :
      FEDERAL AID PROGRAMS
    • Executive Order 59-16 :
      WHEREAS, Section 11818, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Board of Education to make regulations governing student loans, scholarships, and grants for transportation in connection therewith; and
    • Executive Order 59-15 :
      WHEREAS, Section 9 (c) of the Organic Act of Guam provides that the Governor shall, from time to time, examine the organization of the Executive Branch of the Government of Guam, and shall determine and carry out such changes as are necessary to promote effective management; and
    • Executive Order 59-13 :
      \"APPLICATION TO GUAM The provisions of this subpart shall be applicable to Guam, and in Guam the administration of this subpart shall be performed by the appropriate internal revenue officers of the Government of Guam, and all revenues collected thereunder in Guam shall accrue intact to the government thereof.\"
    • Executive Order 59-12 :
      DISTRICT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 59-11 :
      Employees compensated at pay range 26 and below, other than casual employees, shall be paid at their basic rate of compensation, plus holiday compensation for not more than eight hours of such work, at a rate equal to the rate of basic compensation.
    • Executive Order 59-10 :
      Friday, July 3, 1959, shall be a holiday for employees of the Government of Guam, All activities of the Government shall be closed for business on that day except those where the public convenience and necessity require continued service.
    • Executive Order 59-9 :
      PUBLIC WELFARE RULES REGULATIONS NO. 1 STANDARDS OF ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 59-8 :
      ATTACHMENT OF COCKPIT LICENSE BOARD TO DEPARTMENT\' OF FINANCE FOR LOGISTIC SUPPORT
    • Executive Order 59-7 :
      GUAM DAY LIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 59-6 :
      PARKS MONUMENTS AND MUSEUM COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 59-5 :
      WHEREAS, Section 9 ( c ) of the Organic Act of Guam provides that the Governor shall, from time to time, examine the organization of the Executive Branch of the Government of Guam, and shall determine and carry out such changes as are necessary to promote effective management; and
    • Executive Order 59-4 :
      REGULATIONS FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE INSURANCE LAW OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 59-3 :
      WHEREAS, Section 14101, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Director of Commerce to make, alter, amend and repeal rules, regulations, fees and rates as required in the operation of the Commercial Port of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 59-2 :
      All Public Laws shall be numbered consecutively in a single series for each Legislature, whether enacted at a regular or special session, preceded by a numerical prefix indicating the number of the Legislature, with a hyphen separating the two numbers. The combined numbers shall constitute, in each case, the number of the law. Thus the laws enacted by the Fifth Guam Legislature shall be numbered Public Law 5-1, Public Law 5-2, etc.
    • Executive Order 59-1 :
      GOVERNMENT HOUSING
    • Executive Order 47-24 :
      Amendment of the Code of Civil Procedures of the Island of Guam - Superior Court of Guam Oct. 3, 1947.
    • Executive Order 47-23 :
      Liquor Control Advisory Board, Sept. 8, 1947.
    • Executive Order 47-22 :
      Amending to Executive Order No. 47-19. Intoxicating Liquor - Regulation of Aug. 13, 1947.
    • Executive Order 47-21 :
      Amending Executive Order No. 47-10 Internal Revenue Tax.
    • Executive Order 60-20 :
      GOVERNMENT HOUSING
    • Executive Order 60-19 :
      WHEREAS, Sections 30000 through 30002, Chapter 1, Title XXXI, Government Code of Guam, the \"Banking Law of Guam\", authorize banks organized under the banking laws of any state of the United States to be licensed to do a banking business in Guam under such conditions as are set out in such law; and
    • Executive Order 60-18 :
      REDESIGNATION OF NAME AND FUNCTIONS OF PARKS, MONUMENTS AND MUSEUM COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 60-17 :
      TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS OF DIVISION OF PUBLIC WELFARE, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, WITH REFERENCE TO MAINTAINING DETENTION HOME AND PROVIDING ALLIED JUVENILE CARE, TO DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICES
    • Executive Order 60-16 :
      ABOLITION OF PARKS SECTION, DIVISION OF PLANNING, DEPARTMENT OF LAND MANAGEMENT, AND TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS THEREOF TO DEPARTMENT TO PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 60-15 :
      TRANSFER OF GUAM MUSEUM FROM DEPARTMENT OF LAND MANAGEMENT TO GUAM PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • Executive Order 60-14 :
      TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS OF OFFICE OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT
    • Executive Order 60-13 :
      AMENDMENT TO PUBLIC HEALTH QUARANTINE REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 60-12 :
      USE OF GOVERNMENT VEHICLES
    • Executive Order 60-11 :
      INCREASE OF CAPITAL OF SCHOOL LUNCH FUND
    • Executive Order 60-10 :
      WHEREAS, Section 14101, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Director of Commerce to make, alter, amend and repeal rules, regulations, fees and rates as required in the operation of the Commercial Port of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 60-9 :
      Reorganization of Executive Branch; Reactivation of Chief Commissioner of Guam as a Separate Office.
    • Executive Order 60-8 :
      WHEREAS, Section 1 of Public Law 5-76, effective July 1, 1960, enacted a new Section 261, Code of Civil Procedure, providing for the maintenance of a detention home for children, under the jurisdiction of such departments or agencies of the Executive Branch of the Government of Guam as the Governor shall designate; and
    • Executive Order 60-7 :
      TRAVEL IN CONNECTION WITH HOME LEAVE AND COMPLETION OF EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT
    • Executive Order 60-6 :
      TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS OF DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS UNDER ZONING LAW TO DIRECTOR OF LAND MANAGEMENT
    • Executive Order 60-5 :
      PARKS, MONUMENTS AND MUSEUM COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 47-20 :
      Liquor Consumption on Public Highways, June 12, 1947.
    • Executive Order 60-4 :
      TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS OF TREASURER OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 60-3 :
      WHEREAS, by authority of Executive Order No. 1·58, executed January 17, 1958, a special fund known as the Library Services Act Fund was established; and
    • Executive Order 47-19 :
      Licenses for Liquor Dealers, May 12, 1947.
    • Executive Order 60-2 :
      Transfer of Functions of Chief Commissioner of Guam; Creation of Position of Assistant Chief Commissioner of Guam
    • Executive Order 60-1 :
      AMENDMENT TO PUBLIC HEALTH QUARANTINE REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 47-18 :
      Amending Section 825 of Penal Code of Guam, May 12, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-26 :
      GOVERNMENT HOUSING; EXPLOSIVES AND EXPLOSIVE DEVICES PROHIBITED
    • Executive Order 61-24 :
      ABOLITION OF SCHOOL BOOK FUND
    • Executive Order 47-17 :
      Amending Order No. 47-7, April 24, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-23 :
      DESIGNATION OF FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1961, AS LEGAL HOLIDAY FOR CERTAIN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN LIEU OF VETERANS\' DAY
    • Executive Order 61-22 :
      ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 47-16 :
      Alcoholic-Beverages April 17, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-21 :
      TEMPORARY REGULATION, RATES AND REGULATIONS, COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 61-20 :
      WHEREAS, our beautiful Island of Guam is a proud part of the United States of America, constituting a Territory thereof under the Organic Act of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 61-19 :
      RESCISION OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 61-12; RESTORATION OF OVERSEAS- PAY DIFFERENTIAL TO 25% RATE.
    • Executive Order 47-15 :
      Correction of Executive Order No. 47-10, March 27, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-18 :
      DESIGNATION OF GOVERNOR\'S RESIDENCE AS \"THE GOVERNOR\'S PALACE\"
    • Executive Order 61-17 :
      TRANSFER OF MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS TO DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
    • Executive Order 47-14 :
      Correction of Order No. 47-8 April 2, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-16 :
      AMENDMENTS TO REGULATIONS GOVERNING SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDENT LOANS
    • Executive Order 47-13 :
      Schedule of License Fees March 31, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-15 :
      WHEREAS, Section 12309, Government Code of Guam, in conjunction with Section 12007, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Department of Agriculture, subject to the approval of the Director of Agriculture, to formulate regulations pertaining to the methods of taking fish and the equipment to be used therein; and
    • Executive Order 61-14 :
      REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE MINIMUM WAGE AND HOUR ACT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 61-13 :
      WHEREAS, the Secretary of the Treasury, by Treasury Department Order 150-55, dated January 19, 1961, delegated to the Secretary of the Interior functions of the Internal Revenue Service in the administration, collection and enforcement in Guam of taxes imposed by Chapters 2 and 21. of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to be performed through the Governor of Guam or his subordinates; and
    • Executive Order 61-12 :
      REDUCTION OF OVERSEAS PAY DIFFERENTIAL
    • Executive Order 47-12 :
      Chauffeurs License March 27, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-10 :
      WHEREAS, Section 9(a) of the Organic Act of Guam provides that opportunities for higher education shall be provided to qualified persons of Guamanian ancestry; and
    • Executive Order 47-10 :
      Internal Revenue Tax for Imports March 27, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-9 :
      TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS OF DIVISION OF PUBLIC WELFARE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICES; ORGANIZATION OF DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICES
    • Executive Order 47-2 :
      Registration Plates for Vehicles Jan. 31, 1947.
    • Executive Order 61-8 :
      TRANSFER OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL ADMINISTRATION TO DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
    • Executive Order 61-7 :
      COMMERCIAL PORT RATES AND CHARGES; CORRECTION
    • Executive Order 47-1 :
      Gambling Prohibited except Cock Fights Jan 3, 2017.
    • Executive Order 61-6 :
      GOVERNMENT HOUSING; AMENDMENT TO PARAGRAPH (b), SECTION 6 OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 14-59
    • Executive Order 61-5 :
      REVOCATION OF DAYLIGHT S/WING THE AND RESTORATION OF STANDARD TIME
    • Executive Order 61-4 :
      ABOLITION OF TERRITORIAL COLLEGE EXTENSION COURSE REVOLVING FUND
    • Executive Order 61-3 :
      CONSOLIDATION OF OFFICE OF CIVIL DEFENSE WITH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 61-2 :
      ABOLITION OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES GRANT FUND
    • Executive Order 61-1 :
      TRANSFER OF PUBLIC UTILITY AGENCY OF GUAM \'l\'O DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
    • Executive Order 62-15 :
      TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS OF DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS WITH REFERENCE TO OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS OF THE HOSPITAL COMPLEX TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICES.
    • Executive Order 62-14 :
      INCREASE OF CAPITAL OF SCHOOL LUNCH FUND TO $92, 000
    • Executive Order 62-13 :
      CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
    • Executive Order 62-12 :
      REPEAL OF CURFEW RESTRICTION
    • Executive Order 62-11 :
      WHEREAS, Typhoon Karen struck the Island of Guam on November 11, 1962, with devastating force; and
    • Executive Order 62-10 :
      WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 62-9 issued as a result of the destruction inflicted by Typhoon Karen, set a curfew of 8
    • Executive Order 62-9 :
      WHEREAS, the Territory of Guam Has devastated by Typhoon Karen, which struck November 11, 1962, inflicting extensive damage on the entire community; and
    • Executive Order 62-7 :
      INCREASE OF CAPITAL OF SCHOOL LUNCH FUND TO $40,000
    • Executive Order 62-6 :
      TEMPORARY REGULATION, RATES AND REGULATIONS, COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 62-5 :
      AMENDMENTS TO REGULATIONS GOVERNING SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDENT LOANS
    • Executive Order 62-4 :
      LICENSES FOR HARBORING OR MAINTAINING PROTECTED GAME IN CAPTIVITY
    • Executive Order 62-3 :
      ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE GUAM EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
    • Executive Order 62-2 :
      INCREASE OF CAPITAL OF SCHOOL LUNCH FUND TO $30, 000
    • Executive Order 62-1 :
      DESIGNATION OF DIVISION OF PUBLIC WELFARE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICE AS SINGLE AGENCY TO ADMINISTER GUAM PLAN FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE AGED.
    • Executive Order 63-28 :
      WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 61-22, as amended by Executive Order No. 61-25, established an Economic Development Commission with the function of studying problems of the economic development of Guam and advising the Governor thereon; and
    • Executive Order 63-27 :
      REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 17-59, FEDERAL AID PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 63-26 :
      REORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR PERSONNEL
    • Executive Order 63-25 :
      PUBLIC WELFARE RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 2 FOSTER HOMES
    • Executive Order 46-10 :
      Tax on Soft Drinks July 25, 1946.
    • Executive Order 63-24 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF \"BRODIE MEMORIAL SCHOOL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN\" WITHIN THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM.
    • Executive Order 46-09 :
      Amending Probate Code July 25, 1946.
    • Executive Order 63-23 :
      AMENDMENT NUMBER 1 TO RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE COCKPIT LICENSE BOARD
    • Executive Order 46-08 :
      Relating to Beasts of Burden on Streets After Sundown.
    • Executive Order 46-07 :
      Gambling Defined July 25, 1946.
    • Executive Order 46-06 :
      Revoking-real-estate-taxes-July-25-1946.
    • Executive Order 63-22 :
      PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY REGULATION NO. 1 REPEAL OF SECTION 3.07(b); RENUMBERING SECTION 3.07(c).
    • Executive Order 63-21 :
      TRANSFER OF SCHOLARSHIP AND STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE COLLEGE OF GUAM.
    • Executive Order 63-20 :
      WHEREAS, Section 39103, Chapter 2, Title XXXV, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Territorial Parole Board to adopt rules with respect to the eligibility of prisoners for parole, the conduct of parole hearings, and conditions to be imposed upon parolees
    • Executive Order 63-19 :
      VETERANS ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 46-05 :
      Establishing of Ceiling Prices July 25, 1946.
    • Executive Order 63-18 :
      Executive Order No. 61-1, entitled \"Transfer of Public Utility Agency of Guam to Department of Public Harks; Organization of Department of Public Works\" is hereby rescinded, and the Public Utility Agency of Guam is re-established as a separate instrumentality of the Government of Guam as provided by law.
    • Executive Order 63-17 :
      DISTRICT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL - SPECIAL MEETINGS
    • Executive Order 46-04 :
      Prohibition of Picture Taking on Guam July-25, 1946.
    • Executive Order 63-16 :
      AMENDMENTS TO REGULATIONS GOVERNING SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDENT LOANS
    • Executive Order 63-15 :
      UTILITY SERVICES - SEWAGE SYSTEMS
    • Executive Order 63-14 :
      REORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
    • Executive Order 63-13 :
      TRANSFER OF OFFICE OF CIVIL DEFENSE FROM DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TO THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER
    • Executive Order 63-12 :
      INCREASE OF CAPITAL OF SCHOOL LUNCH FUND TO $142,000
    • Executive Order 63-11 :
      AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO PUBLIC WELFARE RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 1 STANDARDS OF ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 46-03 :
      Prohibition of liquor July 25, 1946.
    • Executive Order 63-10 :
      GUAM TOURIST COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 46-02 :
      Cancellation of Proclamations, General Orders, and Official Notices.
    • Executive Order 63-9 :
      GOVERNOR\'S COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH
    • Executive Order 63-8 :
      GOVERNMENT TRANSPORTATION CONTROL
    • Executive Order 46-01 :
      Composition of Assembly.
    • Executive Order 63-7 :
      AMENDMENTS TO REGULATIONS GOVERNING SCHOLARSHIPS AND STUDENT LOANS
    • Executive Order 63-6 :
      SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 63-5 :
      TRAVEL IN CONNECTION WITH HOME LEAVE AND COMPLETION OF EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT
    • Executive Order 63-4 :
      GOVERNOR\'S COMMITTEE ON PROBLEMS OF THE AGING
    • Executive Order 63-3 :
      HEALTH AND SANITATION REGULATION NO. 2
    • Executive Order 63-2 :
      GOVERNOR\' S COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN YOUTH
    • Executive Order 63-1 :
      DESIGNATION OF THE GOVERNOR\'S RESIDENCE AS \"GOVERNMENT HOUSE\"
    • Executive Order 64-14 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSE FOR HUNTING DEER
    • Executive Order 64-13 :
      PUBLIC WELFARE RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 3 STANDARDS OF ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 64-12 :
      DESIGNATION OF DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE TO ADMINISTER PLANNING PROGRAM TO COMBAT MENTAL RETARDATION
    • Executive Order 64-11 :
      WHEREAS, Section 23147(a), Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Director of Public Safety to make necessary rules and regulations, relative to safety inspection of vehicles; and
    • Executive Order 64-10 :
      WHEREAS, section 6 (b) of the Organic Act of Guam empowers the Governor to issue executive regulations not in conflict with any applicable law; and
    • Executive Order 64-9 :
      NONWORK DAY
    • Executive Order 64-8 :
      APPRENTICESHIP DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 64-7 :
      MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY
    • Executive Order 64-6 :
      BY-LAWS OF THE BOARD OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINERS TERRITORY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 64-5 :
      INCREASE OF SCHOOL LUNCH FUND TO $192,000
    • Executive Order 64-4 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO BOXING IN GUAM
    • Executive Order 64-3 :
      ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE GUAM EMPLOYMENT SERVICE AMENDMENT
    • Executive Order 64-2 :
      TYPHOON EMERGENCY CONTROL PLAN
    • Executive Order 64-1 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSE FOR HUNTING DEER
    • Executive Order 65-4 :
      TRANSFER OF COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM SECURITY DIVISION TO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 65-13 :
      CHRISTMAS - NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS
    • Executive Order 65-12 :
      PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY REGULATION NO. 1
    • Executive Order 65-11 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSES FOR HUNTING GAME BIRDS
    • Executive Order 65-10 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSES FOR HUNTING DEER
    • Executive Order 65-9 :
      CHANGE IN EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES FOR CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 65-8 :
      WHEREAS, Section 12007, Government Code of Guam, in conjunction with Section 12321, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Department of Agriculture, subject to the approval of the Director of Agriculture, to formulate regulations pertaining to the methods of taking fish and the places where taking is permitted; and
    • Executive Order 65-7 :
      WHEREAS, if these problems are not solved through a massive and coordinated attack on poverty through the maximum employment of Territorial resources these problems will further spawn delinquency, poverty and disease, and
    • Executive Order 65-6 :
      AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE (EXECUTIVE ORDER 63-14)
    • Executive Order 65-5 :
      COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 65-4 :
      TRANSFER OF COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM SECURITY DIVISION TO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 65-3 :
      WHEREAS, Section 141u1, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Commercial Port Manager to make, alter, amend and repeal rules, regulations, fees and rates as required in the operation of the Commercial Port of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 65-2 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSES FOR HUNTING DEER
    • Executive Order 65-1 :
      WHEREAS, Section 12007, Government Code of Guam, in conjunction with Section 12321, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Department of Agriculture, subject to the approval of the Director of Agriculture, to formulate regulations pertaining to the methods of taking fish and the places where taking is permitted; and
    • Executive Order 66-21 :
      BUREAU OF BUDGET - BUREAU OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
    • Executive Order 66-20 :
      WHEREAS, under the Health and Sanitation Law, Section 9500,4, Government Code, authorizes the Director of Public Health and Welfare to prescribe rules and regulations, which rules and regulations shall be subject to the approval of the Governor and must be promulgated by Executive Order
    • Executive Order 66-20 :
      WHEREAS, under the Health and Sanitation Law, Section 9500,4, Government Code, authorizes the Director of Public Health and Welfare to prescribe rules and regulations, which rules and regulations shall be subject to the approval of the Governor and must be promulgated by Executive Order
    • Executive Order 66-19 :
      WHEREAS, the increasing incidence of crime and juvenile delinquency is a matter of grave concern to all who have an interest in the welfare of Guam and its people; and
    • Executive Order 66-18 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSES FOR HUNTING FRUIT BAT
    • Executive Order 66-17 :
      PARKS AND GROUNDS - DEPARTMENT OF LAND MANAGEMENT
    • Executive Order 66-16 :
      AMENDMENT NO. 1 GUAM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ROLES AND REGULATIONS PART I
    • Executive Order 66-15 :
      WHEREAS, Section 13802, Government Code of Guam, requires that the Director of Land Management prescribe regulations to implement Chapter 9 of Title XIV, Government Code of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 66-14 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSES FOR HUNTING GAME BIRDS
    • Executive Order 66-13 :
      REGULATIONS AND LICENSES FOR HUNTING DEER
    • Executive Order 66-12 :
      WHEREAS, Section 12007, Government Code of Guam, in conjunction with Section 12321, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Department of Agriculture, subject to the approval of the Director of Agriculture, to formulate regulations pertaining to the methods of taking fish and the places where taking is permitted; and
    • Executive Order 66-11 :
      WHEREAS, studies have indicated that the promotion of Economic Development of the Territory is closely linked with the availability of trained labor;
    • Executive Order 66-10 :
      WHEREAS, Section 53566, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Board of Directors of the Guam Economic Development Authority to formulate regulations relating to standards and criteria for the issuance of Qualifying Certificates; and
    • Executive Order 66-9 :
      GOVERNOR\'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR ANIMAL CONTROL
    • Executive Order 66-3 :
      PUBLIC WELFARE RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 4 STANDARDS OF ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 66-2 :
      WHEREAS, Section 21100, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Board on Utility Rates, subject to the approval of the Governor, to formulate, establish, and publish a fair and reasonable schedule of taxi rates for all types of taxicab fares;
    • Executive Order 66-1 :
      YOUTH REHABILITATION COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 67-22 :
      GOVERNMENT HOUSING
    • Executive Order 67-21 :
      GUAM FARMERS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION REVOLVING LOAN FUND
    • Executive Order 67-20 :
      FARMERS SMALL LOAN REVOLVING FUND
    • Executive Order 67-19 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 67-15 RABIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 67-18 :
      RECOGNITION OF UNION - COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 67-17 :
      DESIGNATION OF FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1967, AS LEGAL HOLIDAY FOR CERTAIN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN LIEU OF VETERANS DAY
    • Executive Order 67-16 :
      WHEREAS, Guam is in the process of developing a comprehensive program of Health and Related Social Services for the benefit of the·island\'s citizenry; and
    • Executive Order 67-15 :
      RABIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 67-14 :
      PUBLIC WELFARE RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 5 STANDARDS OF ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 67-13 :
      GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 67-12 :
      CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION DEPARTMENTAL PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 67-11 :
      HUNTING AND FISHING REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 67-10 :
      WHEREAS, Section 14101, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Commercial Port Manager to make, alter, amend and repeal rules, regulations, fees and rates as required in the operation of the Commercial Port of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 67-9 :
      WHEREAS, this constitutes a serious threat to the health of. the people of the Territory of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 67-8 :
      CENTRALIZED AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING
    • Executive Order 67-7 :
      CHANGES IN EMPLOYMENT AND PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES AT THE COLLEGE OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 67-6 :
      WHEREAS, the long range economic report submitted by the Economic Commission pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of Guam indicates the need for a strong central planning unit within the Office of the Governor;
    • Executive Order 67-5 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 64-4 GUAM BOXING REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 67-4 :
      REDEFINITION OF ORGANIZED VILLAGES UNDER THE BUILDING LAW OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 67-3 :
      PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY
    • Executive Order 67-2 :
      HUNTING AND FISHING REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 67-1 :
      DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, SECURITY DIVISION
    • Executive Order 79-31 :
      Promulgation of Change to Personnel Rules and Regulations of the Territorial Board of Education.
    • Executive Order 68-31 :
      DESIGNATION OF DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES TO ADMINISTER PLANNING PROGRAM TO COMBAT MENTAL ILLNESS
    • Executive Order 68-30 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 68-23, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    • Executive Order 79-30 :
      Civil Service Commission Rules and Regulations Regarding Demotion, Suspension, Dismissal, and Appeal of such Adverse Action.
    • Executive Order 68-29 :
      DEPOSIT OF GOVERNMENT OF GUAM FUNDS IN ELIGIBLE BANKS
    • Executive Order 68-28 :
      PARKS AND RECREATION RESOURCES-DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
    • Executive Order 79-29 :
      Creating the Coordinating Commission for Economic Development.
    • Executive Order 68-27 :
      REGULATIONS FOR GUAM TERRITORIAL INCOME TAX
    • Executive Order 68-26 :
      RESTRICTIONS ON TAKING OF FISH IN THE AREA OF AGANA SMALL BOAT BASIN, AGANA SHALL BOAT CHANNEL AND A PORTION SHORELINE SURROUNDING THE PASEO DE SUSANA AND PROHIBITING THE CATCHING OF INTRODUCED FRESHWATER SPECIES OF FISH
    • Executive Order 68-25 :
      WORK RELEASE PROGRAM REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 68-24 :
      ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE APARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION
    • Executive Order 68-23 :
      DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    • Executive Order 68-22 :
      ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    • Executive Order 68-21 :
      FARMERS MARKET
    • Executive Order 68-20 :
      BUREAU OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
    • Executive Order 68-19 :
      NATIONAL TRAFFIC AND MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY ACT OF 1966 - COMPLIANCE
    • Executive Order 68-18 :
      REGULATIONS GOVERNING PROVISIONS OF CHAPTERS 3 AND 5, TITLE XVIII OF THE GOVERNMENT CODE OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 68-17 :
      AMENDMENT NUMBER 2 TO RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE COCKPIT LICENSE BOARD
    • Executive Order 68-16 :
      IMPORTATION OF DOGS AND CATS FROM HAWAII
    • Executive Order 68-15 :
      EMERGENCY ATULAI NETTING REGULATIONS FOR INARAJAN AND AGFAYAN BAYS
    • Executive Order 68-14 :
      GUAM EDUCATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 68-13 :
      Section l of Executive Order No. 20-60 is hereby cancelled.
    • Executive Order 68-12 :
      JOINT GOVTGUAM-ARMED FORCES VEHICULAR TRAFFIC ADVISORY BOARD
    • Executive Order 68-11 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 63-20, TERRITORIAL PAROLE BOARD RULES
    • Executive Order 68-10 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 14-59 GOVERNMENT HOUSING
    • Executive Order 68-9 :
      AGRICULTURAL LEASES - RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 68-8 :
      WHEREAS, dental caries is one of the most prevalent diseases on Guam affecting 98 percent of the children; and
    • Executive Order 79-28 :
      Amending the Rules and Regulations Implementing Chapter VII, Title V of the Government of Guam Code, Relating to the Public Employee-Management Relations Act of Guam.
    • Executive Order 68-7 :
      REDESIGNATION OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 79-27 :
      Establishing the Guam Energy Advisory Council.
    • Executive Order 68-6 :
      GUAM EDUCATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 68-5 :
      REGULATIONS - TROCHUS SHELLS - SPINY LOBSTERS
    • Executive Order 79-26 :
      Floral Designation of the Recreation Pavilions at the Ypao Beach Park.
    • Executive Order 68-4 :
      TYPHOON EMERGENCY CONTROL PLAN
    • Executive Order 68-3 :
      AMENDMENT NO. 2 GUAM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY RULES AND REGULATIONS PART I
    • Executive Order 68-2 :
      HUNTING REGULATIONS FOR 1968
    • Executive Order 68-1 :
      WHEREAS, by authority of Section 21103 of the Government Code of Guam, the Board on Utility Rates; has adopted and submitted for approval a schedule of rates for use of public sewer systems in Stage I Areas;,
    • Executive Order 79-25 :
      Training Advisory Council.
    • Executive Order 69-31 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 67-6, AS AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 69-20, AS AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 94-24 STAFF PLANNING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 79-24 :
      Creation of the Agricultural Marketing Board.
    • Executive Order 69-30 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 63-8 GOVERNMENT TRANSPORTATION CONTROL
    • Executive Order 69-29 :
      GUAM AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 79-23 :
      Economic and Land-Use for Cabras Island and Surrounding Areas.
    • Executive Order 79-22 :
      Agana Marina Boundary.
    • Executive Order 69-28 :
      TAKING OF COCONUT CRABS, BIRGUS LATRO
    • Executive Order 69-25 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 65-7 STAFFING - ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 69-24 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 67-6, AS AMENDED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 69-20 STAFF PLANNING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 69-23 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR GUAM INTERNATIONAL AIR TERMINAL
    • Executive Order 69-22 :
      PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS - APPOINTMENT IN AN ACTING CAPACITY (ADMINISTRATION AND/OR SUPERVISORY LEVEL)
    • Executive Order 69-21 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 69-8 COMMISSION ON EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY
    • Executive Order 69-20 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 67-6 STAFF PLANNING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 69-19 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 63-4 GOVERNOR\'S COMMITTEE ON PROBLEMS OF THE AGING
    • Executive Order 69-18 :
      AMENDMENT OF PORTION OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 3-57 PUBLIC HEALTH QUARANTINE REGULATION FOR THE ENTRY OF GUAM RELATING TO THE ARRIVAL OF COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND AIRCRAFT AND ENTRY OF PASSENGERS AND CERTAIN ANIMALS INTO GUAM.
    • Executive Order 69-17 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 67-21 GUAM FARMERS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION REVOLVING LOAN FUND
    • Executive Order 69-16 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 67-20 FARMERS SMALL LOAN REVOLVING FUND
    • Executive Order 69-15 :
      REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 69-11 AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENT UNIVERSITY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 69-14 :
      DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES REGULATIONS - ZOONOSIS CONTROL SECTION
    • Executive Order 69-13 :
      TRANSFER OF SECURITY SECTION ASSIGNED TO THE COMMERCIAL PORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY TO THE COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 79-21 :
      Geo Carpooling and Van Pooling Program.
    • Executive Order 69-12 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 66-19, RELATIVE TO THE COMPOSITION OF THE GOVERNOR\'S COMMISSION ON DELINQUENCY, CRIME AND LAW ENFORCEMENT.
    • Executive Order 79-20 :
      Agriculture Land Leases Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 69-11 :
      AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENT UNIVERSITY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 79-19 :
      Guam Highway Safety Council.
    • Executive Order 69-10 :
      GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 69-8 :
      RECOGNITION OF UNION - RESCUE COLLECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 79-18 :
      Governor\'s Civil Aviation Advisory Agency.
    • Executive Order 69-7 :
      COMMISSION ON EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY
    • Executive Order 79-17 :
      Amending the Rules and Regulations Implementing Chapter VII, Title V of the Government of Guam Code, Relating to the Public Employee-Management Relations Act on Guam.
    • Executive Order 79-16 :
      Guam Gaming Commission Greyhound Racing Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 69-6 :
      DESIGNATION OF AGENCY - FEDERAL SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT
    • Executive Order 69-5 :
      DESIGNATION OF DEPARTMENT OF LAND MANAGEMENT TO ADMINISTER TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    • Executive Order 69-4 :
      HUNTING REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 69-3 :
      PAROLE SUPERVISION - DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    • Executive Order 69-2 :
      REPEAL OF GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 69-2 :
      REPEAL OF GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 69-1 :
      GUAM TOURIST COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 79-15 :
      Operation Village Clean-Up.
    • Executive Order 79-14 :
      Moratorium on the Implementation of the Government of Guam Salary Survey and Classification Task Force Report and Pay Range Reassignments.
    • Executive Order 70-41 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 70-4 TERRITORIAL BANKING CODE COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 70-40 :
      COMPREHENSIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT PLANNING AGENCY
    • Executive Order 70-39 :
      EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RELIEF PLAN
    • Executive Order 79-13 :
      Board of Inquiry on Prison Conditions.
    • Executive Order 70-38 :
      OVERTIME COMPENSATION
    • Executive Order 70-36 :
      TRANSFER OF COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY ACCOUNTING FUNCTION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    • Executive Order 79-12 :
      Agana Bay Urban Waterfront.
    • Executive Order 70-35 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 70-14
    • Executive Order 70-34 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 70-23 PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION STANDARDS
    • Executive Order 79-11 :
      Designation of Campus for Dededo Junior High School.
    • Executive Order 70-33 :
      GOVERNOR\'S COMMISSION ON FAIR TRADE PRACTICES
    • Executive Order 70-32 :
      PROMULGATION OF PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS GUAM POWER AUTHORITY
    • Executive Order 79-10 :
      Operation of the Guam Energy Office.
    • Executive Order 70-31 :
      SOCIAL SERVICES RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 7 STANDARDS OF ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 70-30 :
      END OF GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 70-29 :
      PUBLIC EMPLOYEES MINIMUM WAGE ADJUSTMENT
    • Executive Order 70-28 :
      TRANSFER OF AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE OPERATION OF THE CLINICAL-MEDICAL SERVICES IN AGAT AND INARAJAN FROM OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND THE GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES
    • Executive Order 79-08 :
      Departmental of Administration Departmental Personnel Rules and Regulations, Operating Procedures Manual, and Glossary.
    • Executive Order 70-26 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 70-25 TRANSFER OF MANPOWER TRAINING PROGRAMS FROM OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • Executive Order 79-07 :
      Implementation Of Department of Administration Departmental Personnel and Regulations, Operations Procedures Manual, and Glossary.
    • Executive Order 70-23 :
      PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION STANDARDS
    • Executive Order 70-22 :
      STAFF PLANNING COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP-AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 67-6
    • Executive Order 79-06 :
      Guam Marine Fisheries Advisory Council.
    • Executive Order 70-21 :
      TERRITORIAL PLANNING COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 70-20 :
      AMENDMENT EXECUTIVE ORDER 70-15 RELATIVE TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INSULAR ARTS COUNCIL AS IN INDEPENDENT STATE AGENCY.
    • Executive Order 70-19 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 66-19, RELATIVE TO THE COMPOSITION OF Ti
    • Executive Order 70-18 :
      TRANSFER OF THE GUAM OFFICE FOR COMPREHENSIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT PLANNING UNDER TITLE 1 OF THE OMNIBUS CRIME CONTROL AND SAFE STREETS ACT OF 1968, FROM THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF GUAM TO THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 70-17 :
      AMENDMENTS TO VOLUME III, PART IV, CHAPTER 17, TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION, GOVERNMENT OF GUAM MANUAL
    • E.O.-70-17-Amendments-to-Vol.-III-Part-IV-Chapt.-17-Trav :
    • Executive Order 70-16 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 70-3 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - HIGHWAY DIVISION
    • Executive Order 70-15 :
      INSULAR ARTS COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 70-14 :
      FAMILY DAY CARE HOMES
    • Executive Order 70-13 :
      TRANSFER OF THE OFFICE OF CIVIL DEFENSE FROM THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER\'S OFFICE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 70-12 :
      GOVERNOR\'S COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH
    • Executive Order 70-10 :
      GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 70-9 :
      ACADEMIC YEAH POLICY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 70-8 :
      REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDERS 67-18 AND 69-9
    • Executive Order 70-7 :
      AUTHORIZATION FOR APPLICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF STATEWIDE ETV SYSTEM
    • Executive Order 70-6 :
      GUAM EDUCATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 70-5 :
      RECREATION COMMISSION OF GUAM AGANA SWIMMING POOL COMPLEX
    • Executive Order 79-05 :
      Departmental of Administration Departmental Rules and Regulations, Operating Procedures Manual, and Glossary.
    • Executive Order 70-3 :
      DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - HIGHWAY DIVISION
    • Executive Order 79-04 :
      Reaffirmation Of The Governor\'s Centralized Supply Procurement and Warehousing Policy.
    • Executive Order 70-2 :
      THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER RULES FOR DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY FOR LEGAL ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 79-03 :
      Amendment To Executive Order 79-1.
    • Executive Order 70-1 :
      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR TYPHOON ALERT
    • Executive Order 71-27 :
      NATIONAL FOUNDATION ON THE ARTS AND THE HUMANITIES ACT OF 1965
    • Executive Order 79-02 :
      Termination of Employment Contract.
    • Executive Order 71-26 :
      APPOINTMENT IN AN ACTING CAPACITY POLICY
    • Executive Order 79-01 :
      Capital Improvement Plan.
    • Executive Order 71-25 :
      OVERTIME COMPENSATION POLICY
    • Executive Order 71-24 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 71-18 MANPOWER COORDINATING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 71-23 :
      NIGHT DIFFERENTIAL PAY POLICY
    • Executive Order 71-22 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 71-20 OVERTIME COMPENSATION POLICY
    • Executive Order 71-21 :
      REDESIGNATION OF PORT SECURITY DIVISION TO CUSTOMS AND QUARANTINE DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
    • Executive Order 71-20 :
      OVERTIME COMPENSATION POLICY
    • Executive Order 71-19 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO PAYMENT DIFFERENTIAL
    • Executive Order 71-18 :
      MANPOWER COORDINATING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 71-17 :
      OVERTIME COMPENSATION
    • Executive Order 71-16 :
      MEDICAID ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 71-15 :
      MANPOWER COORDINATING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 71-14 :
      BUREAU OF PLANNING, BUDGETING AND MANAGEMENT
    • Executive Order 71-13 :
      IMPLEMENTATION OF P .L. 10-194 - THE UNIFORM CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES ACT
    • Executive Order 71-12 :
      EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RELIEF PLAN (Repeal of Executive Order No. 70-39)
    • Executive Order 78-46 :
      Guam Review Board for Historic Preservation.
    • Executive Order 71-11 :
      REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 70-38 OVERTIME COMPENSATION
    • Executive Order 78-45 :
      Guam Gaming Commission Greyhound Racing Rules and Regulation.
    • Executive Order 71-10 :
      HOLIDAY REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 78-43 :
      Sagan Dinana.
    • Executive Order 71-9 :
      IMPLEMENTATION OF P.L. 10-194 - THE UNIFORM CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES ACT
    • Executive Order 78-42 :
      Guam Territorial Seashore Park.
    • Executive Order 71-8 :
      GOVERNOR\'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE MAINTENANCE OF THE PORTAINER CRANE
    • Executive Order 71-7 :
      DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH - GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    • Executive Order 71-6 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 19-60
    • Executive Order 71-5 :
      GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 71-4 :
      ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • Executive Order 78-41 :
      \"Implementation of the Government of Guam Salary Survey and Classification Task Force Report\".
    • Executive Order 71-3 :
      Social-Services-Advisory-Committee
    • Executive Order 71-2 :
      TRANSFER OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT SECTION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION TO THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR .
    • Executive Order 78-40 :
      Emergency Repairs.
    • Executive Order 71-1 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 70-33
    • Executive Order 72-30 :
      DAY OF MOURNING ON DEATH\'OF PRESIDENT HARRY S. TRUMAN
    • Executive Order 72-29 :
      SOCIAL SERVICES RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 9
    • Executive Order 78-39 :
      Establishment of Public Assistance Office (FDAA).
    • Executive Order 72-28 :
      OFF-ISLAND CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL
    • Executive Order 72-27 :
      SOCIAL SERVICES RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 8
    • Executive Order 72-26 :
      AMENDMENTS OF DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 78-38 :
      Promulgation of the Rules and Regulations for Use in Criminal Forfeiture Proceedings.
    • Executive Order 72-25 :
      Repeal of Executive Order No. 72-20, \"Designation of the Department of Health and Social Services as a Territory Sole Agency responsible for the prevention and treatment of Alcoholism.\"- Executive Order 70-27.
    • Executive Order 78-37 :
      Guam Land-Use Policies.
    • Executive Order 72-24 :
      PUBLIC EMPLOYEES MINIMUM WAGE ADJUSTMENT
    • Executive Order 72-23 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS REGARDING DEMOTION, SUSPENSION, DISMISSAL AND APPEAL OF SUCH ADVERSE ACTIONS TO THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 78-36 :
      Salaries of Directors of Agencies Created by Executive Order.
    • Executive Order 72-22 :
      THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER-- RULES FOR DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY FOR LEGAL ASSISTANCE
    • Executive Order 72-21 :
      APPROVAL OF RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    • Executive Order 72-20 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS REGARDING DEMOTION, SUSPENSION DISMISSAL AND APPEAL OF SUCH ADVERSE ACTIONS TO THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 72-20 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO
    • Executive Order 72-19 :
      OVERTIME COMPENSATION POLICY FOR NON-ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES UNIVERSITY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 72-17 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO LEAVE FOR COURT APPEARANCE BY GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
    • Executive Order 72-16 :
      TRAINING AGREEMENTS
    • Executive Order 72-15 :
      IMPLEMENTATION OF THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER
    • Executive Order 72-14 :
      AMENDMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 72-13 :
      Agana Small Boat Harbor Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 72-12 :
      WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States enacted Public Law \'91-596 known as the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, assuring safe and healthful working conditions for Harking men and women; and
    • Executive Order 72-11 :
      TRAINING ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 72-3 :
      WHEREAS Title X Chapter IV, Vital Statistics, of the Government Code of Guam, establishes an Office of Vital Statistics within the Department of Public Health and .Social Services; and
    • Executive Order 72-2 :
      NIGHT DIFFERENTIAL PAY POLICY
    • Executive Order 72-1 :
      AMENDMENT TO .EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 71.-4 ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • Executive Order 72-1 :
      AMENDMENT TO .EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 71.-4 ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • Executive Order 78-35 :
      Extension to Construct Residence in the Umatac Subdivision.
    • Executive Order 73-31 :
      MONTHLY RATES FOR DAY CARE, FOSTER CARE FOR CHILDREN, AND FOSTER CARE FOR THE AGING
    • Executive Order 78-34 :
      Port Authority of Guam Promulgation of Personnel Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 73-30 :
      ORGANIZATION FOR OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL
    • Executive Order 73-29 :
      Amendment of the Agana Small Boat, Harbors Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 78-32 Civil Defense Emergency. :
    • Executive Order 78-31 :
      Amending Executive Order 78-11.
    • Executive Order 78-30 :
      Department of Administration Departmental Personnel Rules and Regulations, Operations Procedures Manual, and Glossary.
    • Executive Order 78-29 :
      Chamorro Orthography and Rules.
    • Executive Order 78-27 :
      Standards for Child Care Facilities Rules and Regulations NO. 10.
    • Executive Order 78-26 :
      I Utugrafiyan Chamorro Zan I Areklamento-Na Chamorro Orthography and Rules.
    • Executive Order 78-25 :
      Promulgation of the Rules and Regulations under Chapter XI of Title XX, Tax Credit in Lieu of Cash Payment.
    • Executive Order 78-24 :
      Equal Opportunity.
    • Executive Order 78-23 :
      Land-Use Districts.
    • Executive Order 78-22 :
      Public Works Support Division.
    • Executive Order 73-28 :
      GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
    • Executive Order 78-21 :
      Protection of Wetlands.
    • Executive Order 73-27 :
      GUAM REVIEW BOARD FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
    • Executive Order :
      WHEREAS, Section 14101, Government Code of Guam, authorizes the Commercial Port Manager to make, alter, amend and repeal rules, regulations, fees and rates as required in the operation of the Commercial Port of Guam; and
    • Executive Order 73-25 :
      PUBLIC EMPLOYEES MINIMUM WAGE
    • Executive Order 73-24 :
      PROMULGATION OF PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS TERRITORIAL BOARD OF EDUCATION
    • Executive Order 73-23 :
      UNIVERSITY OF GUAM TEACHER TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 78-20 :
      Flood Hazard Areas.
    • Executive Order 73-22 :
      RE-ORGANIZATION OF THE SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 73-21 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 73-10 CREATING A TERRITORIAL CRIME COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 78-18 :
      Grievance Commission.
    • Executive Order 78-17 :
      Department of Public Works (DPW) Procurement Authority.
    • Executive Order 73-20 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 73-8 TERRITORIAL COMMISSION ON EDUCATION
    • Executive Order 78-16 :
      Public Market and Public Market Revolving Fund.
    • Executive Order 78-15 :
      Sagua Sirena\'s Cove.
    • Executive Order 73-18 :
      TRANSFER OF OLD PUBLIC HEALTH BUILDING IN MANGILAO TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 73-17 :
      WHEREAS, an abundant supply of pure water is perhaps the single most important factor contributing to the health and well-being of a people; and
    • Executive Order 78-14 :
      Hunting Regulations.
    • Executive Order 78-13 :
      Public Utility Agency of Guam (PUAG) Procurement Authority.
    • Executive Order 73-16 :
      WHEREAS, the Administration has positive interest in the full review; and thorough consideration of public policy proposals, which review and analysis shall serve as a basis for executive decision-making and .the design of the public policy of the Administration; and,
    • Executive Order 73-15 :
      MUNICIPAL PLANNING COUNCILS
    • Executive Order 78-12 :
      Supplemental Rules and Regulation Relative to the Guam Boxing and Wrestling Commission.
    • Executive Order 78-11 :
      Retired Senior Volunteer Program Advisory Council (RSVP-Advisory Council).
    • Executive Order 78-10 :
      The Interim Territorial Emergency Plan (ITEP); Repeal of Executive Order NO. 71-12.
    • Executive Order 73-13 :
      IMPLEMENTATION OF PUBLIC LAW 11-191 GUAM ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
    • Executive Order 73-11 :
      WHEREAS, Public\" Law J 1·-146 set forth certain bonuses to be granted \'co persons who served in military or naval forces of the United States during World War II, Korean Conflict and the Indo-China Conflict, and-
    • Executive Order 78-9 :
      State of Emergency Declaration Operation Save A Life\".
    • Executive Order 73-10 :
      TERRITORIAL CRIME COMMISSION REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDERS 66-19 AND 70-40
    • Executive Order 73-9 :
      REGULATIONS FOR THE CONNECTION OF TOILET AND SEWER FACILITIES TO PUBLIC SEWERS
    • Executive Order 78-8 :
      Rescindment of Executive Order 77-4 State of Emergency.
    • Executive Order 73-8 :
      WHEREAS, Section 29 (b) of the Organic Act of Guam directs the Governor to provide an adequate public educational system on Guam; and
    • Executive Order 73-7 :
      DISCOVERY DAY MARCH 5, 1973
    • Executive Order 73-6 :
      HUNTING REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 78-7 :
      Guam Drug Enforcement Task Force.
    • Executive Order 73-5 :
      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR MAN-MADE DISASTER ALERT
    • Executive Order 73-4 :
      TERRITORIAL BOATING RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 78-6 :
      Relative to the Emergency Repairs of the Public Schools.
    • Executive Order 73-3 :
      RATE SCHEDULE FOR THE COLLECTION OF SOLID WASTES FROM COMMERCIAL SOURCES
    • E.O.-73-3-Rate-schedule-for-the-collection-of-sodid-wastes- :
    • Executive Order 78-5 :
      Guam Airport Authority Promulgation of Personnel Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 73-2 :
      DAY OF MOURNING ON DEATH OF PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON
    • Executive Order 73-3 :
      RATE SCHEDULE FOR THE COLLECTION OF SOLID WASTES FROM COMMERCIAL SOURCES
    • Executive Order 78-4 :
      Energy Efficient Procurement Practices for the Government of Guam.
    • Executive Order 73-2 :
      DAY OF MOURNING ON DEATH OF PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON
    • Executive Order 78-3 :
      Redesignation of the Guam Mental Health and Substance Agency.
    • Executive Order 78-2 :
      The-Government of Guam Subdivision and Development Review Committee; Repeal of Executive Order NO. 75-2.
    • Executive Orders 78-1 :
      Civil Defense Emergency.
    • Executive Order 73-1 :
      Portions of Sections·7.01 and 7.02 of the Agana Boat Basin rules regarding net fishing are hereby suspended for a period of one month effective January 8, 1973 to allow drag net fishing during this mackeral season.
    • Executive Order 74-36 :
      AUTHORITY TO RECEIVE FEDERAL AND PRIVATE FUNDS, ASSISTANCE, AND SERVICES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES, UNIVERSITY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 74-35 :
      UNIFORM SHIPMENT PROCEDURES FOR GOVERNMENT MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES
    • Executive Order 74-34 :
      TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION FOR OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GUAM.
    • Executive Order 74-33 :
      RUNOFF ELECTION FOR GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 74-32 :
      CLEARINGHOUSE PROCEDURES
    • Executive Order 74-31 :
      PUBLIC MEETINGS - THE SUNSHINE LAW OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 74-30 :
      OFFICE OF CONSUMER COUNSEL
    • Executive Order 74-30 :
      AUTHORITY TO ESTABLISH EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS OF UNIVERSITY OF GUAM PRESIDENT
    • Executive Order 74-28 :
      EXECUTION OF INTERSTATE COMPACT ON JUVENILES
    • Executive Order 74-27 :
      GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 77-44 :
      Union Recognition at the Port Authority of Guam.
    • Executive Order 74-26 :
      SOCIAL SERVICES RULES AND REGULATIONS NO. 10
    • Executive Order 74-25 :
      Amendment to Executive Order No. 74-24 changing the effective date of said order from 21st day of June 1974 to 26th day of Hay 1974.
    • Executive Order 74-24 :
      ALL EXTENSION EDUCATION ACTIVITIES AT THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PURSUANT. TO ONGOING FEDERALLY ASSISTED PROJECTS ARE TO BE ADMINISTERED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF GUAM.
    • Executive Order 74-23 :
      THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE; REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 74-6
    • Executive Order 77-27 :
      Collection of fees by the Department of Public Health and Social Services.
    • Executive Order 74-22 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 74-4 SCHOOL LUNCH FUND
    • Executive Order 77-26 :
      Amending Executive Order NO. 76-18.
    • Executive Order 74-21 :
      TO CREATE A CENTRAL PLANNING COUNCIL AND CENTRAL PLANNING ADMINISTRATION WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF GUAM; REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 73-16.
    • Executive Order 77-25 :
      Civil Aeronautics Board and Airline Regulatory Matters.
    • Executive Order 74-18 :
      REVISED EXECUTIVE ORDER ON COMPREHENSIVE MANPOWER PLANNING COUNCIL AND RELATED MATTERS TO IMPLEMENT P. L. 93-203
    • Executive Order 77-24 :
      Civil Defense Emergency.
    • Executive Order 77-23 :
      Relative of the Design and Construction of Energy Efficient Government Buildings.
    • Executive Order 74-17 :
      ADMINISTRATION OF ALIEN ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY AND RELATED MATTERS BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • Executive Order 77-22 :
      Guam Gaming Commission Greyhound Racing Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 74-16 :
      ADMINISTRATION OF I -20 PRO GRAN BY THE OFFICE OF MANPOWER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 74-15 :
      GUAM PLANNING AGENCY
    • Executive Order 77-21 :
      State Plan of Operations for the Territory of Guam State Agency for Surplus Property.
    • Executive Order 77-20 :
      Creation of the Health Planning and Development Agency.
    • Executive Order 74-13 :
      COMPREHENSIVE MANPOWER PLANNING COUNCIL AND RELATED MATTERS TO IMPLEMENT P. L. 93-203
    • Executive Order 77-19 :
      Social Services Advisory Committee.
    • Executive Order 74-12 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 74-3 CHANGING THE TER LICENSE TO PERMIT.
    • Executive Order 74-11 :
      GOVERNING THE INVESTIGATION OF VIOLATIONS OF FEDERAL AND TERRITORIAL ANTITRUST AND CONSUMER INTEREST LAWS AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF SAID LAWS
    • Executive Order 77-18 :
      Guam Standard Time.
    • Executive Order 74-10 :
      REPEAL AND RE-PROMULGATION OF QUARANTINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO INTERNATIONAL ENTRY TO GUAM
    • Executive Order 74-9 :
      WHEREAS, this Administration retains its positive interest in the field of Guam\'s Future Political Status; and
    • Executive Order 74-8 :
      ESTABLISHING AN OFFICE OF HIGHWAY SAFETY AS A DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 74-7 :
      GUAM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME-RESCINDED
    • Executive Order 74-6 :
      THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 74-5 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF DRINKING WATER ADVISORY BOARD
    • Executive Order 74-4 :
      REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 4-56 ESTABLISHING A SCHOOL LUNCH FUND
    • Executive Order 77-16 :
      Postpone Effective Date of Section 1 o -Public Law 14-56.
    • Executive Order 74-3 :
      DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO THE USE OF GARBAGE AS ANI AL FEED.
    • Executive Order 74-2 :
      REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 69-14 AND AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDERS 69-18 AND 70-11 RELATIVE TO REGULATIONS ·GOVERNING THE IMPORTATION AND CONTROL OF CERTAIN ANIMALS.
    • Executive Order 77-15 :
      Regulation to Control the Bunchy Top Virus Disease of Bananas.
    • Executive Order 74-1 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED PURSUANT TO PUBLIC LAW-J 11-149, THE UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT.
    • Executive Order 77-14 :
      Guam Manpower Services Council.
    • Executive Order 77-12 :
      Regulation Relative to the Licensure of Veterinarians to Practice Veterinary Medicine within the Territory of Guam.
    • Executive Order 77-11 :
      Territorial Crime Commission.
    • Executive Order 77-10 :
      Rules and Regulation Pertaining to Barber Shops, Barber Schools, and the Practice of Barbering.
    • Executive Order 77-9 :
      Organization and functions of the Department of Revenue and Taxation.
    • Executive Order 77-8 :
      Rules and Regulations Relative to Beauty Shops, Schools of Cosmetology, and the Practice of Cosmetology.
    • Executive Order 77-7 :
      Rules and Regulations Relative to the Guam Boxing and Wrestling Commission.
    • Executive Order 77-6 :
      Agency for Human Resources Development.
    • Executive Order 77-5 Government Subdivision Rules and Regulations. :
    • Executive Order 77-4 :
      Daylight Savings Time.
    • Executive Order 77-3 :
      Promulgation of the Amendment to Regulation NO. 2.
    • Executive Order 77-2 :
      This is Amendment to Executive Order 75-46 \"Employment and Training Planning and Services Council and Related Matters to Implement P.L. 93-203.
    • Executive Order 77-1 :
      Establishment of Public Assistance Office (FDAA).
    • Executive Order 80-13 :
      Civil Defense Emergency
    • Executive Order 80-12 :
      TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES AND POLICY ADMINISTRATION HANDBOOK
    • Executive Order 80-11 :
      CREATION OF STATE ADVISORY GROUP FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE
    • Executive Order 80-10 :
      SALARY SURVEY AND CLASSIFICATION STUDY IMPLEMENTATION POLICY AND PROCEDURES
    • Executive Oder 80-09 :
      CONSTRUCTION OF A NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGICAL AND COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS AND STROKE (NINCDS) RESEARCH FACILITY, AND SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN THE OPERATION OF AN NINCDS COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY RESEARCH EQUIPMENT.
    • Executive Order 80-08 :
      The General Manager shall provide for initial and periodic orientation to all employees concerning the provisions of these Rules and Regulations, and Z_e training of all supervisors, managers, and department heads in their specific responsibilities for advising employees on requirements and provisions Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 80-08 :
      GUAM TELEPHONE AUTHORITY PROMULGATION OF PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 80-07 :
      PROVISION FOR THE HIRING OF APPRENTICES IN GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS
    • Executive Order 80-06 :
      LEAVE YEAR REDEFINED
    • Executive Order 80-05 :
      TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENT OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE GUAM BOARD OF NURSE EXAMINERS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
    • Executive Order 80-04 :
      DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS APPEAL PROCEDURE FOR PERFORMANCE RATING
    • Executive Order 80-03 :
      \"RECORDS MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK\"
    • Executive Order 80-02 :
      PROCEDURES IN LEASING DOG TRAPS AND CAGES
    • Executive Order 80-01 :
      PROMULGATION OF CHANGE TO PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE TERRITORIAL BOARD OF EDUCATION
    • Executive Order 81-14 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 81-12
    • Executive Order 76-36 :
      Rules and Regulations of the Guam Gaming Commission Relative to Greyhound Racing Parimutuel and Fiscal Operations.
    • Executive Order 81-13 :
      AUTHORIZATION TO IMPLEMENT THE MEDICAID PROGRAM PROVISION OF THE OMNIBUS RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1981
    • Executive Order 81-12 :
      TO INSTITUTE ECONOMY MEASURES WITHIN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
    • Executive Order 81-11 :
      AUTHORIZATION TO IMPLEMENT AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN PROGRAM PROVISION OF THE OMNIBUS RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1981
    • Executive Order 76-35 :
      Rules and Regulations Relative to Retail Food Establishments.
    • Executive Order 81-10 :
      TO APPOINT THE ADJUTANT GENERAL, DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS, TO BE A PURCHASING AGENT UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 65-12A
    • Executive Order 76-34 :
      Rules and Regulations Relative to Canning Plants,
    • Executive Order 81-09 :
      AUTHORIZING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FOOD STAMP PROVISIONS OF THE OMNIBUS RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1981
    • Executive Order 81-08 :
      That the Personnel Rules and Regulations duly adopted by the Territorial Board of Education and approved by the Civil Service Commission attached hereto, are hereby approved and promulgated.
    • Executive Order 81-07 :
      PROMULGATION OF CHANGE TO PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE PORT AUTHORITY OF GUAM LEAVE YEAR
    • Executive Order 81-06 :
      GOVERNMENT TRAVEL REGULATIONS FOR AUTONOMOUS AGENCIES AND PUBLIC CORPORATIONS
    • Executive Order 76-33 :
      Amendment to Executive Order 70-24.
    • Executive Order 81-05 :
      MAHEN I ISLAS
    • Executive Order 81-04 :
      INSULAR ARTS COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 81-03 :
      TENDAN GUBETNU (GOVGUAM) HANDBOOK
    • Executive Order 76-32 :
      Continuation of the Guam American Revolution Bicentennial Commission.
    • Executive Order 76-31 :
      Rules and Regulations of the Guam Gaming Commission Relative to Greyhound Racing.
    • Executive Order 81-02 :
      WHEREAS, Public Law 13-96, added a new Chapter to centralize Accounting, Data Processing and Training and Development, and to establish rules and regulations relative to the operation and accounting for the Government of Guam\'s financial transactions, to render effective, timely and accurate financial reports; and
    • Executive Order 81-01 :
      WHEREAS, dental caries is one of the most prevalent diseases on Guam, affecting 98% of the children; and
    • Executive Order 76-30 :
      Recreation Activities Revolving Fund.
    • Executive Order 76-29 :
      Promulgation of the Tax Preparers Act Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 76-28 :
      Rules and Regulations Pertaining to Eating and Drinking Establishments.
    • Executive Order 82-30 :
      WHEREAS, Pedro T. Rosario, a resident of Barrigada, has been prominent in recreation in Guam; and
    • Executive Order 82-29 :
      WHEREAS, Section 26 of P.L. 15-147 and Executive Order No. 82-25 provided for a salary increase to some department heads and agencies of the Government of Guam to be made effective January, 1981.
    • Executive Order 76-27 :
      Rules and Regulations Pertaining to Bakeries.
    • Executive Order 82-27 :
      TO REQUIRE THAT GOVERNMENT OF GUAM DEPARTMENTS &\"!D AGENCIES UTILIZE THE SERVICES OF HANDICAPPED INDIVIDUALS AT THE GUAM REHABILITATION AND WORKSHOP CENTER INC. (GRWC)
    • Executive Order 82-26 :
      WHEREAS, the Guam Legislature has created a separate executive agency known as the Office of the Territorial Prosecutor, for the prosecution of violations of Guam law, Public Law 16-72, as amended; and
    • Executive Order 76-26 :
      Amendment to Executive Order 75-30 Authorization of Salary Increments.
    • Executive Order 76-25 :
      Revocation of Executive Order 76-13.
    • Executive Order 82-25 :
      WHEREAS, Section 26 of P. L. 15-147 provided for a salary increase to some department heads and agencies of the Government of Guam to be made effective January, 1981,
    • Executive Order 76-24 :
      Malpractice Claims Mandatory Screening and Mandatory Arbitration Act regulations.
    • Executive Order 82-24 :
      RELATIVE TO THE GUAM ENERGY OFFICE.
    • Executive Order 82-23 :
      TO ESTABLISH THE RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP) WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES.
    • Executive Order 76-23 :
      Compensation for Employees Required to be on Duty Status During a Typhoon Emergency.
    • Executive Order 82-22 :
      TO PROVIDE COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENTS FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND RETIREES AND TO REVOKE EXECUTIVE ORDERS 82-19 AND 82-20
    • Executive Order 82-21 :
      TO PROMULGATE THE \"MALOJLOJ AND UMATAC SUBDIVISIONS RULES AND REGULATIONS\".
    • Executive Order 76-22 :
      Amendment to the Government of Guam Housing Rule & Regulations Executive Order NO. 75-33.
    • Executive Order 82-20 :
      TO INCREASE SERVICE RETIREMENT ANNUITIES, DISABILITY ANNUITIES, AND SURVIVORS ANNUITIES AS AUTHORIZED IN PUBLIC LAW 15-135.
    • Executive Order 82-19 :
      TO PROVIDE A COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENT FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES.
    • Executive Order 76-21 :
      Promulgation of Tourist Guide.
    • Executive Order 82-18 :
      PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE GUAM POWER AUTHORITY.
    • Executive Order 82-17 :
      PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE GUAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    • Executive Order 82-16 :
      WHEREAS, pursuant to Public Law 14-29, the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority (GMHA) has operated a prepaid health plan known as the Guam Memorial Health Plan (GMHP);
    • Executive Order 82-15 :
      That the staff, facilities, and budget of the Office of the Territorial Prosecutor, as constituted prior to the decision in Superior Court of Guam Crinimal Case No. 59F-82, shall become, for a period of 90 days, the Criminal Division of the Department of Law under the cognizance of the Attorney General;
    • Executive Order 82-14 :
      TO APPROVE REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS.
    • Executive Order 76-20 :
      Water and Sewer Rate Schedule.
    • Executive Order 82-13 :
      REORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION.
    • Executive Order 82-12 :
      PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE GUAM HOUSING CORPORATION.
    • Executive Order 82-11 :
      TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY AS A RESULT OF TROPICAL STORM ANDY.
    • Executive Order 76-19 :
      Repeal of Executive Order 76-12.
    • Executive Order 82-10 :
      AMENDMENT TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR USE IN CRIMINAL FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS
    • Executive Order 82-09 :
      TO APPROVE REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
    • Executive Order 82-08 :
      TO APPROVE REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
    • Executive Order 76-18 :
      Individual and Family Grant Program Agency.
    • Executive Order 82-07 :
      TO RESCIND PART I NUMBER I EXECUTIVE ORDER 81-12
    • Executive Order 82-06 :
      TO ESTABLISH A COMMITTEE ON TERRITORIAL LOTTERY FUND APPROPRIATIONS
    • Executive Order 82-05 :
      AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 81-5
    • Executive Order 76-17 :
      Repeal of Executive Order 76-14.
    • Executive Order 82-04 :
      DATA PROCESSING CENTRALIZATION ACQUISITION, DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE
    • Executive Order 76-16 :
      Amending Executive Order 76-10.
    • Executive Order 82-03 :
      NIEVES M. FLORES MEMORIAL LIBRARY TO BE THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM ARCHIVES
    • Executive Order 82-02 :
      TO TRANSFER THE ADMINISTRATION OF SAGAN DINANA TO THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF AGANA
    • Executive Order 76-15 :
      Amendment to the Personnel Rules & Regulations Personnel Files & Reinstatement of Accumulated Sick Leave Department of Education.
    • Executive Order 82-01 :
      Amendment to Executive Order No. 78-2 to amend the composition of the Subdivision and Development Review Committee
    • Executive Order 83-025 :
      DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION ADVERSE ACTIONS RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 83-024 :
      CREATION OF THE GUAM JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 83-023 :
      TO REZONE THE CRUZ & HEMLANI SUBDIVISIONS FROM AGRICULTURE TO R1
    • Executive Order 76-14 :
      Amending Executive Order 76-12.
    • Executive Order 83-022 :
      ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 76-13 :
      Daylight Savings Time.
    • Executive Order 83-022 :
      This unit is a consolidation of the Legal Affairs, Internal and Inspection functions.
    • Executive Order 83-019 :
      ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTION OF THE AGENCY FOR HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
    • Executive Order 76-12 :
      Declaration of State of Emergency Imposition of Curfew.
    • Executive Order 83-019 :
      This organizational structure is designed to absorb the requirements under the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) , with emphasis on the partnership between the private sector and the Government of Guam, and the need to provide administrative support to the State Job Training Coordinating Council (SJTCC) and the Private Industry Council (PIC).
    • Executive Order 76-11 :
      Prisoner Work Release Program Regulations.
    • Executive Order 83-018 :
      GOVERNMENT OF GUAM FRAUD AND ABUSE TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 76-10 :
      Governors Youth Advisory Council.
    • Executive Order 83-017 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF REORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 83-016 :
      PERMITS FOR THE USE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY
    • Executive Order 76-9 :
      Equal Opportunity.
    • Executive Order 83-015 :
      ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION
    • Executive Order 83-015 :
      The Department of Revenue and Taxation shall consist of the Office of the Director, the Office of the Deputy Director, which shall be charged with the supervision and administration of the Motor Vehicle Division and the Regulatory Division; and the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, which shall be charged with the supervision and administration of the Taxpayer Service Division; the Real Property Tax Division; and the Tax Enforcement Division.
    • Executive Order 83-014 :
      AGENCY FOR HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
    • Executive Order 76-8 :
      Rules and Regulations Relative to the Construction,
    • Executive Order 83-013 :
      WHEREAS, Public Law 16-124, \"An Act to Establish a General Services Agency Responsible for Procurement of Supplies in the Government of Guam\" has an effective date of October 1, 1983; and
    • Executive Order 83-012 :
      WAIVING BID REQUIREMENTS
    • Executive Order 83-011 :
      REORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 76-7 :
      Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board Territory of Guam.
    • Executive Order 83-009 :
      GUAM PUBLIC MARKET
    • Executive Order 83-008 :
      WHEREAS, the Guam Power Authority must become financially viable and demonstrate its technical ability to operate the entire island wide power system in order to control the system and contract with the U.S. Navy to become a customer.
    • E.O.-76-6-Use-of-Government-Vehicles :
    • Executive Order 83-007 :
      COST-SAVING PROCEDURES
    • Executive Order 83-006 :
      REPEAL OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 82-23 RELATIVE TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP) WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES.
    • Executive Order 83-005 :
      LIMITATION OF OFF-ISLAND TRAVEL
    • Executive Order 83-004 :
      RELATIVE TO THE GUAM ENERGY OFFICE
    • Executive Order 83-003 :
      TO ISSUE, IN PART, THE TEXT OF THE INCOME TAX LAWS IN FORCE IN GUAM AND TO AUTHORIZE THE DIRECTOR OF REVENUE AND TAXATION TO SERVE AS THE DELEGATE OF THE GOVERNOR FOR PURPOSES OF THE TERRITORIAL INCOME TAX
    • Executive Order 83-003 :
      interest on amounts described in subsection ( c ) received by a nonresident alien individual or a foreign corporation, if such interest is not effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business within Guam,
    • Executive Order 83-002 :
      To halt all contracts which have not yet been executed, and refrain from entering into contracts relating to capital improvement projects, purchase of materials, personnel services, employment, or any contracts until such contracts have been submitted for gubernatorial review and approval.
    • Executive Order 83-001 :
      TRANSITION DESIGNEE
    • Executive Order 84-33 :
      STATEMENT OF POLICY AND ORDER REGARDING THE ROLE OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION IN ADVERSE ACTION APPEALS
    • Executive Order 84-32 :
      DISPOSITION OF EDUCATIONAL ITEMS
    • Executive Order 84-31 :
      CREATION OF THE EXECUTIVE PLANNING COMMITTEE FOR EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION
    • Executive Order 84-30 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF A GUAM VISA WAIVER COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 84-29 :
      COMMISSION ON CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
    • Executive Oder 84-29 :
      COMMISSION ON CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
    • Executive Order 84-28 :
      DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS ON POLICIES FOR THE HEAD START PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 84-27 :
      EMERGENCY DECLARATION TYPHOON BILL
    • Executive Order 84-26 :
      INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR LICENSING FOREIGN SALES CORPORATIONS, AND TAX PROVISIONS RELATING THERETO, TO BE IMPLEMENTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION
    • Executive Order 76-5 :
      Repeal of Executive Order 75-32 and 74-20.
    • Executive Order 84-25 :
      EMERGENCY DECLARATION OF SHIGELLOSIS
    • Executive Order 84-24 :
      FOLLOW UP PROCEDURES ON AUDIT REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS
    • Executive Order 76-4 :
      University of Guam Tenure Policy.
    • Executive Order 84-23 :
      TO EXPEDITE COLLECTION OF OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ON FEDERAL GRANT-IN-AIDS
    • Executive Order 76-3 :
      Amendment Commercial Pot Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 84-22 :
      PRESCRIBED FORM FOR MONTHLY BUSINESS PRIVILEGE TAX RETURNS
    • Executive Order 76-2 :
      Establishing a Special Management Audit and Review Committee to Determine the Existence and Extent of Inefficiency Operations.
    • Executive Order 84-21 :
      GUAM PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS NO. 001
    • Executive Order 84-20 :
      DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY FOR PROCUREMENT OF SCHOOL BUSES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 84-19 :
      EMERGENCY DECLARATION
    • Executive Order 84-18 :
      INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR MEDICALLY INDIGENT PROGRAM TO BE IMPLEMENTED BY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES
    • Executive Order 76-1 :
      Amendment of Executive Order 74-2.
    • Executive Order 84-17 :
      DEPARTMENT OF LABOR WAGE AND HOUR COMMISSIONER\' S RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING SUBMINIMUM WAGE FOR APPRENTICES, STUDENT LEARNERS AND FULL-TIME STUDENTS
    • Executive Order 84-16 :
      PROCEDURE FOR LAYOFF, DEMOTION, OR SALARY REDUCTION
    • Executive Order 84-16 :
      GOVERNMENT OF GUAM DEPARTMENTAL/AGENCY PROCEDURE FOR LAYOFF, DEMOTION, OR SALARY REDUCTION PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OF PUBLIC LAW 17-5
    • Executive Order 84-15 :
      DEPARTMENT OF LABOR WAGE AND HOUR COMMISSIONER\'S RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING SUBMINIMUM WAGE FOR HANDICAPPED WORKERS/CLIENTS/TRAINEES (PL 5-143, Section 46011, Government Code of Guam, as amended)
    • Executive Order 84-14 :
      PROCEDURE FOR LAYOFF, DEMOTION, OR SALARY REDUCTION
    • Executive Order 84-14 :
      PROCEDURE FOR LAYOFF, DEMOTION, OR SALARY REDUCTION
    • Executive Order 84-13 :
      Amendment to Executive Orders 83-007 and 84-4
    • Executive Order 84-12 :
      The Director of Revenue and Taxation shall exempt from real property taxes public roads and easements which have been irrevocably offered for dedication to public use by an offer of dedication or a subdivision map recorded in the manner prescribed by Section 13132 of the Government Code;
    • Executive Order 84-11 :
      This Commission shall deliberate and decide on programs that will encourage those already in agriculture and determine programs to encourage others to establish themselves in agricultural enterprises.
    • Executive Order 84-10 :
      GOVERNMENT SUBDIVISION RULES AND REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 84-9 :
      ENERGY CONSERVATION IN EXISTING BUILDINGS
    • Executive Order 84-8 :
      That there exists an emergency affecting the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the Southern Community as a result of deprivation of the most basic necessity of life.
    • Executive Order 84-7 :
      Applicable to single phase residential lighting, heating, cooking, air conditioning and power in a single family dwelling unit metered and billed separately by the Authority. This schedule does not apply where a residence and business are combined nor where the average daily consumption is more than 200 kilowatt hours per day.
    • Executive Order 75-37 :
      Amendment to Executive Order 75-16
    • Executive Order 84-7 :
      POWER RATE INCREASE
    • Executive Order 75-34 :
      Exception to Overtime Compensation Rules.
    • Executive Order 84-6 :
      CHAMORRO LANGUAGE PLANS
    • Executive Order 84-5 :
      VACCINATION AND IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS
    • Executive Order 75-33 :
      Establishment of the Government of Guam Housing Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 84-4 :
      AMENDMENT TO E. O. 83-007 TOWARDS A POLICY OF COST-CONTAINMENT EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
    • Executive Order 75-32 :
      Amendment to Executive Order 74-20.
    • Executive Order 84-3 :
      The purpose of the Rules and Regulations is to provide (1) general administrative guidelines, (2) internal fiscal control, (3) audit review authority to safeguard the assets against loss from unauthorized use of disposition and (4) authority over the Revolving Fund, hereinafter referred to as the \"RF\" . The Rules and Regulations have been established as per authority in the Executive Order which created the RF.
    • Executive Order 84-3 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF A REVOLVING FUND FOR THE GUAM COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES
    • Executive Order 75-31 :
      Traffic Records Information Systems Committee.
    • Executive Order 84-3 :
      The purpose of the Rules and Regulations is to provide (1) general administrative guidelines, (2) internal fiscal control, (3) audit review authority to safeguard the assets against loss from unauthorized use of disposition and (4) authority over the Revolving Fund, hereinafter referred to as the \"RF\" . The Rules and Regulations have been established as per authority in the Executive Order which created the RF.
    • Executive Order 75-30 :
      Amendments to the Agana Boat Basin Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 84-2 :
      TRANSFER OF THE OLD GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FACILITY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION AND ITS MAINTENANCE FUNCTIONS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 84-1 :
      EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT
    • Executive Order 75-29 :
      Interim Certification of Pesticide Applicators and Licensing of Pesticide Dealers on Guam.
    • Executive Order 75-28 :
      Most Honored Citizens.
    • Executive Order 75-27 :
      Temporary Transfer of Function of the Board of Control
    • Executive Order 75-25 :
      Amendment to the Personnel Rules and Regulations - Annual and Sick Leave Accrual and Overtime Payments Authorized Employees.
    • Executive Order 75-24 :
      Temporary Transfer of Functions of Guam Territorial Seashore Protection Commission to the Territorial Planning Commission.
    • Executive Order 75-23 :
      Insular Arts Council.
    • Executive Order 75-22 :
      Most Honored Citizens.
    • Executive Order 85-20 :
      WHOLESALER\'S EXEMPTION FROM BUSINESS PRIVILEGE TAX
    • Executive Order 75-21 :
      Emergency Banking Facilities.
    • Executive Order 85-19 :
      Unless specifically defined below, words or phrase used in this rule shall be interpreted so as to give them the meaning they have in common usage and to give these rules and regulations its most reasonable application.
    • Executive Order 85-19 :
      FLOOD DAMAGE PROTECTION
    • Executive Order 85-18 :
      TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM TO INVESTIGATE AND STUDY CONDITIONS AFFECTING WOMEN ON GUAM
    • Executive Order 75-20 :
      Austerity Program.
    • Executive Order 85-17 :
      MONTHLY FOSTER CARE RATES FOR CHILDREN
    • Executive Order 85-16 :
      TO INITIATE AN INTER-AGENCY POLICY GROUP TO ESTABLISH AND STRENGTHEN GREATER INTER-AGENCY COOPERATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LAND-USE CONTROLS, POLICIES, REGULATIONS AND LAWS.
    • Executive Order 75-19 :
      Internal Audit Transfer.
    • Executive Order 85-15 :
      That there be established a Joint Committee for the Facilitation of Temporary Alien Labor certification process for foreign motion picture production or commercial advertisement crewmen. The Joint Committee shall be composed of the Legal Counsel to the Governor, a staff assistant to the Governor, Director of Commerce, the General Manager of Guam Visitor\'s Bureau and the Director of Labor, or an authorized representative of each official. The chairman of the Joint Committee shall be appointed by the Governor and shall preside at all meetings of the Committee. The purpose of this committee is to efficiently facilitate the processing of foreign film crewmen as temporary alien labor workers in order to allow foreign commercial film or advertisement crewmen to enter into Guam for the sole purpose of performing foreign motion picture or commercial advertisement.
    • Executive Order 75-18 :
      Destruction of Flora.
    • Executive Order 85-14 :
      NOW, THEREFORE, I, RICARDO J. BORDALLO, Governor of Guam, by the authority granted me by the Organic Act of Guam, do hereby order and direct the establishment of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Committee (hereinafter referred to as the \"Committee. \")
    • Executive Order 75-17 :
      Territorial Crime Commission.
    • Executive Order 85-13 :
      GOVERNMENT OF GUAM QUARANTINE FACILITY CLOSURE
    • Executive Order 85-12 :
      That the Tourism Policy of the Territory of Guam shall be to
    • Executive Order 85-11 :
      TO AUTHORIZE EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT BY THE GUAM AIRPORT AUTHORITY FOR INSURANCE
    • Executive Order 75-16 :
      Uniform Grid System.
    • Executive Order 85-10 :
      TO ADD THE COMMISSION ON THE CHAMORRO LANGUAGE AS A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 85-9 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 85-2
    • Executive Order 85-8 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 84-31
    • Executive Order 85-7 :
      TAGUAG MEMORIAL CEMETERY
    • Executive Order 85-6 :
      RELATIVE TO THE LEASING OF GOVERNMENT-OWNED LAND FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES
    • Executive Order 85-6 :
      Notwithstanding any provision of law, rule or regulation to the contrary, the Government of Guam is authorized to lease government-owned property for a term not exceeding fifty (50) years for commercial purposes.
    • Executive Order 85-5 :
      GOVERNOR \' S SYSTEMS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF AVAILABLE U.S. WORKERS AND PREVAILING WAGE RATES RELATIVE TO ALIEN LABOR CERTIFICATION
    • Executive Order 85-4 :
      DESIGNATION OF CAMPUS FOR DEDEDO MIDDLE SCHOOL AND DEDEDO RECREATION AREA
    • Executive Order 85-3 :
      GUIDELINES FOR LICENSING FOREIGN SALES CORPORATIONS, AND TAX PROVISIONS RELATING THERETO, TO BE IMPLEMENTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION.
    • Executive Order 85-2 :
      The Port Authority of Guam shall consult the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972 and the Bureau of Planning of the Government of Guam prior to making any use of the lands conveyed in order to insure that the use is consistent with any Government of Guam management program.
    • Executive Order 85-1 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 84-19
    • Executive Order 86-25 :
      TO ESTABLISH A SPECIAL/CONTINUING ACCOUNT FOR THE PROGRAM INCOME OF THE GUAM EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
    • Executive Order 86-24 :
      \"GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY SPECIAL FUND\"
    • Executive Order 86-23 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY/HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 86-21 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 86-20 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 85-14
    • Executive Order 86-19 :
      DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION RULES AND REGULATIONS REGARDING THE FORMATION AND OPERATION OF CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANIES
    • Executive Order 86-18 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON GRAFITTI. VANDALISM AND LITTERING
    • Executive Order 86-17 :
      In reference to Executive Order 86-17
    • Executive Order 86-17 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 86-12 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 86-16 :
      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE SPECIAL FUND
    • Executive Order 75-15 :
      Governors Youth Week Awards.
    • Executive Order 86-15 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 75-14 :
      Repeal of Executive Orders 69-8 and 69-21-Commission on Executive Clemency.
    • Executive Order 86-14 :
      That Mr. Fred Quinene be proclaimed the Poet Laureate of the Bordallo Administration.
    • Executive Order 75-13 :
      Guam Energy Office.
    • Executive Order 86-13 :
      DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION RULES AND REGULATIONS AFFECTING GROSS RECEIPTS TAX ON GROSS INCOME FROM COIN-ACTIVATED AMUSEMENT DEVICES
    • Executive Order 75-12 :
      Extending Opening Hours of Governmental Departments and Agencies.
    • Executive Order 86-12 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 86-8 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 75-11 :
      Amendment of Executive Order 74-31, Public Meetings - The-Sunshine Law of Guam.
    • Executive Order 86-11 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 86-10 :
      DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION RULES AND REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE FEE FOR VEHICLE INSPECTION, REINSPECTION AND DECAL COST
    • Executive Order 86-10 :
      DEDICATION OF DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS\' CAFETERIA IN HONOR OF LEONISA B. UNTALAN
    • Executive Order 75-10 :
      Goals for Guam Commission.
    • Executive Order 86-9 :
      CREATION OF THE GUAM TAX ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 86-8 :
      DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY FOR PROCUREMENT OF GROUP LIFE INSURANCE AND CREATING AN INTERIM SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 75-9 :
      Amendment of Executive Order 75-3 as amended by Executive Order 75-7.
    • Executive Order 86-7 :
      APPLICATION OF THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT, AS AMENDED TO THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 75-8 :
      Council of Economics Advisors.
    • Executive Order 86-6 :
      GUAM TASK FORCE ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
    • Executive Order 86-5 :
      TO ESTABLISH A REVOLVING FUND AND A FEE SCHEDULE FOR THE SOUTHERN REGION COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
    • Executive Order 75-7 :
      Amendment of Executive Order 75-3.
    • Executive Order 86-4 :
      CREATION OF THE GUAM INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 86-3 :
      TO AUTHORIZE THE FILIPINO COMMUNITY OF GUAM TO ERECT A STATUE HONORING THE LATE ARCHBISHOP FELIXBERTO CAMACHO FLORES
    • Executive Order 75-6 :
      Youth Bureau.
    • Executive Order 86-2 :
      EMERGENCY DECLARATION
    • Executive Order 75-5 :
      Senior Citizens Bureau.
    • Executive Order 75-4 :
      Transfer of the Office of Civil Defense from the Department of Public Safety to the Office of the Governor.
    • Executive Order 86-1 :
      Whereas, Public Law 98-144 creates the Federal legal holiday honoring the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.; and
    • Executive Order 75-3 :
      Limitations on Off-Island Travel.
    • Executive Order 75-2 :
      The Government of Guam Subdivision and Development Review Committee; Repeal of Executive Order NO. 74-23.
    • Executive Order 75-1 :
      Amendment of Executive Order 74-16 Administration of 1-20 Program by the Office of Manpower Resources Development, Government of Guam.
    • Executive Order 87-39 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 87-26 & 87-14
    • Executive Order 87-38 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 87-37 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 87-37 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 87-28 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 87-36 :
      CREATION OF ANAO NATURE PRESERVE
    • Executive Order 87-35 :
      CREATION OF THE GUAM \"JUST SAY NO\" TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 87-34 :
      GOVERNOR\'S COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SPORTS
    • Executive Order 87-33 :
      PRIORITY PLACEMENT PROCEDURES
    • Executive Order 87-32 :
      TO REQUIRE THE POSTING OF CERTAIN SIGNS OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN CHAMORRO AND ENGLISH
    • Executive Order 87-31 :
      REORGANIZATION OF THE PUBLIC UTILITY AGENCY OF GUAM (POD)
    • Executive Order 87-30 :
      PRIORITY PLACEMENT PROCEDURES
    • Executive Order 87-29 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING EQUITY IN PAY BETWEEN LOCALLY HIRED SKILLED LABORERS AND LABORERS BROUGHT IN TO THE TERRITORY THROUGH THE H2 VISA PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 87-28 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 87-18 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 87-27 :
      WHEREAS, Public Law 18-6 authorized the sale of prepaid legal services on Guam and was later amended by Public Law 18-49, which authorized the Director of Revenue and Taxation to promulgate regulations relating to prepaid legal services; and
    • Executive Order 87-26 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 87-14
    • Executive Order 87-25 :
      DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION RESIGNATION PROCEDURES
    • Executive Order 87-24 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 87-21
    • Executive Order 87-23 :
      INMATE WORK RELEASE PROGRAM REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 87-22 :
      AMENDMENT TO RULES FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND OTHER PLACES OF CONFINEMENT
    • Executive Order 87-21 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 87-20 :
      DRUG POLICY COORDINATING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 87-19 :
      RELATIVE TO THE LEASING OF GOVERNMENT-OWNED LAND FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES
    • Executive Order 87-18 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 87-12 AND 87-13 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 87-17 :
      GUAM OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION COORDINATING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 87-16 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE IN PREPARATION FOR THE 1988 FIFTH FESTIVAL OF PACIFIC ARTS AND DESIGNATION OF THE GUAM COUNCIL OF THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES AS THE LEAD AGENCY
    • Executive Order 87-2 :
      Executive Order 84-13 amending Executive Orders 83-7 and 84-4 is rescinded;
    • Executive Order 87-15 :
      order all the youths of Guam who smoke to give up the habit of smoking for a day from 12
    • Executive Order 87-14 :
      USE OF GOVERNMENT SCHOOL BUSES
    • Executive Order 87-13 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. BB-35 and 87-12 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 87-12 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 86-35 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 87-11 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF A REVOLVING FUND FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
    • Executive Order 87-10 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 87-9 DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 87-9 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 87-6 :
      CREATION OF THE GUAM TAX REFORM COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 87-5 :
      GOVERNMENT OF GUAM DEBT ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 87-4 :
      GOVERNMENT OF GUAM PRIVATIZATION ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 87-3 :
      GOVERNMENT OF GUAM DEFICIT ELIMINATION TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 87-2 :
      All travel requests shall be submitted to the Bureau of Budget and Management Research for review at least fifteen (15) working days prior to the commencement date of travel.
    • Executive Order 87-1 :
      RESCINDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 84-13
    • Executive Order 88-29 :
      TO DESIGNATE A LEAD AGENCY FOR COORDINATING GOVERNMENT OF GUAM INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE 200-MILE EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE.
    • Executive Order 88-27 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A HEPATITIS B IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN
    • Executive Order 88-26 :
      TO REQUIRE THE VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME BE NOTIFIED OF THE PENDING RELEASE OF THE PERPETRATOR OF SAID ACTS.
    • Executive Order 88-25 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT AND USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE.
    • Executive Order 88-25 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY AND AUTHORIZING PROCUREMENT AND USE OF APPROPRATIONS FOR EXPENDITURE. EMERGENCY EMERGENCY OUTSTANDING EMERGENCY
    • Executive Order 88-24 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR AN EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE.
    • Executive Order 88-23 :
      GUAM AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING CENTER REVOLVING FUND
    • Executive Order 88-22 :
      PROTECTION AND RECOVERY OF UNDERWATER HISTORIC PROPERTY AND SITES
    • Executive Order 88-21 :
      REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
    • Executive Order 88-20 :
      FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION
    • Executive Order 88-19 :
      APPROVAL OF RULES AND REGULATIONS THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
    • Executive Order 88-18 :
      GOVERNOR\'S YOUTH POLICY STEERING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 88-17 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 87-26
    • Executive Order 88-16 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 86-06 GUAM TASK FORCE ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
    • Executive Order 88-15 :
      TO CREATE AN AVIATION POLICY TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 88-14 :
      RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A BUREAU FOR WOMENS\' AFFAIRS
    • Executive Order 88-13 :
      RECREATION ACTIVITIES REVOLVING FUND
    • Executive Order 88-12 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 88-7 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 88-11 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 88-5 DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 99-19 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency For Emergency Procurement, and for Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works to Repair and Replace Buildings at C. L. Taitano Elementary School Due to Structural Damage.
    • Executive Order 88-10 :
      CREATION OF THE STATE WAGE INFORMATION COLLECTION AGENCY (SWICA) AND THE SWICA COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 99-18 :
      Relative to Establishing the Martin Luther King, Jr. Human Rights Commission, to Extend the Present Activities for Celebrating the Federal Holiday to Include the Carrying out the Unfinished Agenda of Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • Executive Order 88-9 :
      ADOPTING SAFETY STANDARDS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AND DIRECTING THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TO COORDINATE IMPLEMENTATION
    • Executive Order 88-8 :
      TO EXPEDITE COLLECTION OF OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ON FEDERAL GRANT-IN-AIDS
    • Executive Order 99-17 :
      Relative to Requesting the Guam Public Utilities Commission to Make Recommendations Regarding the Governor\'s Proposed Assessment and Collection from the Guam Telephone Authority of Past Due Charges under Section 23 of Chapter III of Public Law NO. 24-59.
    • Executive Order 88-7 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 87-38 RELATING TO GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY SELF-INSURED PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 99-16 :
      Relative to Requesting the Guam Public Utilities Commission to Make Recommendations Regarding the Governor\'s Proposed Assessment and Collection from the Guam Power Authority of Past Due Charges under Section 23 of Chapter III of Public Law NO. 24-59.
    • Executive Order 99-15 :
      Relative To Adopting And Promulgating a Comprehensive Drug-Free Workplace Policy for the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority which Includes Mandatory Drug Testing as a Condition of Employment in the Government of Guam; and Procedures for Dealing with Illegal Drug Use in the Workplace.
    • Executive Order 88-6 :
      TRANSFERRING PROCUREMENT AND RELATED ACTIVITIES OF THE GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AUTHORITY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY.
    • Executive Order 99-14; Relative to Amending Executive Order 98-32 Relative to the Public Service Recovery Fund. :
    • Executive Order 88-5 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 99-13 :
      Relative to Creating the Guam Workforce Investment Board (GWIB) under the Newly Enacted Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Federal Public Law NO. 105-220.
    • Executive Order 88-4 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 99-12 :
      Relative to Adopting and Promulgating the Guam Telephone Authority\'s Personnel Rules and Regulations Governing the Rights, Conduct and Obligations of Employees and Responsibilities and Action of Management.
    • Executive Order 99-11 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement
    • Executive Order 99-10 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Personnel, Goods and Services by Komitea Para Tiyan in the Operation of the Tiyan Property.
    • Executive Order 99-09 :
      Relative To Utilizing The Watershed Approach To Protect and Manage Guam\'s Precious Surface and Ground Water Resources.
    • Executive Order 99-08 :
      Relative to Establishing a Task Force to Prepare for the Festival of Pacific Arts (\"FestPac\") and Designating the Governor\'s Office to Coordinate Guam\'s Participation.
    • Executive Order 99-07 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Emergency Expenses Relative to Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Military Affairs in Coordination with the Guam Fire Department, The Guam Police department, the Department of Public Works, the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Public Health and Social Services, and the Guam Water Works Authority, Due to the Fire at the Main Area of the Ordot Landfill.
    • Executive Order 99-06 :
      Relative to Providing Government of Guam Employees who are Participants in or Volunteers with the 1999 South Pacific Games, Additional Administrative Leave.
    • Executive Order 99-05 :
      Relative to Creating a Community Task Force on Education.
    • Executive Order 99-04 :
      Relative to Amending the Responsibilities of the BRAC GovGuam Steering Committee Specifically with Regard to Tiyan, which was Established in Executive Order NO. 97-34.
    • Executive Order 99-03 :
      Relative to Amending the Department of Administration\'s Drug-Free Workplace Operating Procedures.
    • Executive Order 99-02 :
      Relative To Adopting and Promulgating The Personnel Rules and Regulations for Employees of the Guam Community College (GCC), which Govern the Rights, Conduct, and Obligations of Classified GCC Employees, and the Responsibilities and Actions of Management.
    • Executive Order 99-02 :
      In Reference to Personnel Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 99-01 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Military Affairs in Coordination with the Guam Fire Department, the Guam Police Department, the Department of Public Works, the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Public Health and Social Services, and the Guam Water Works Authority, Due to the Fire at the Main Area of the Ordot Landfill.
    • Executive Order 88-3 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 88-2 :
      DECLARING A CIVIL DEFENSE EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 88-1 :
      TO FIGHT DRUG
    • Executive Order 89-31 :
      ADOPTION OF THE RECREATIONAL WATER USE MANAGEMENT PLAN ( RWUMP) FOR THE WATERS OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 89-30 :
      DECLARING A CIVIL DEFENSE EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPEDITURE
    • Executive Order 89-26 :
      \"AUTHORIZING THE CLEARING, REPAIRING AND RECONSTRUCTING DAMAGED AREAS AND MITIGATING FLOODING CONDITIONS\"
    • Executive Order 89-25 :
      DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, WAGE AND HOUR TRUST FUND
    • Executive Order 89-24 :
      REGARDING POLICIES FOR DISPOSITION OF ARCHAEOLOGICALLY RECOVERED HUMAN REMAINS
    • Executive Order 89-23 :
      \"ACTIVATION OF NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL\"
    • Executive Order 89-22 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE \"GUAM ARSON TASK FORCE\"
    • Executive Order 89-21 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC SAFETY AND HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE AND AUTHORIZING EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT.
    • Executive Order 89-20 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A GUAM AIDS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 89-19 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 89-18 :
      AUTHORIZING EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT NECESSARY TO OPEN PUBLIC SCHOOL ON AUGUST 24, 1989
    • Executive Order 89-17 :
      FURTHER AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 89-12
    • Executive Order 89-16 :
      INCREASING MEMBERSHIP ON THE BUREAU FOR WOMEN\'S AFFAIRS
    • Executive Order 89-15 :
      AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 89-12 TO INCREASE REPRESENTATION ON THE GUAM WAR REPARATIONS COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 98-34 Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and Emergency Expenses Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Office of Civil Defense in Coordination with the Guam Fire Department, the Guam Police Department, The Guam Environmental Protection Agency and the Guam Water Works Authority Due to Actions Necessary Due to the Fire at the Ordot Landfill. :
    • Executive Order 89-14 :
      PERSONNEL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE PUBLIC UTILITY AGENCY OF GUAM ( PUAG )
    • Executive Order 98-33 :
      Relative to Establishing Guidelines for Fiscal Management of Government of Guam Departments and Agencies.
    • Executive Order 89-13 :
      PROVISION OF SERVICES FOR HANDICAPPED AND AT-RISK INFANTS AND TODDLERS
    • Executive Order 98-32 :
      Relative to Amending Executive Order 98-12 Relative to the Public Service Recovery Fund.
    • Executive Order 89-12 :
      ESTABLISHING THE GUAM WAR REPARATIONS COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 98-31 :
      Relative to Creating a Year 2000 Council and to Designate the \"Council\" as the Lead Organization to Assess Potential Threats, to Develop and Implement Programs and Plans and to Prioritize the Government of Guam\'s Responses, in Cooperation with the Private Sector, to the Year 2000 Problem.
    • Executive Order 89-12 :
      ESTABLISHING THE GUAM WAR REPARATIONS COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 89-11 :
      GUAM MENTAL HEALTH PLANNING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 89-10 :
      RELATIVE TO THE TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF EAST AGANA BAY TO THE USE OF MECHANIZED VESSELS FOR THE PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL MANAHAC FISHING RIGHTS
    • Executive Order 89-9 :
      ADOPTING PROCEDURES FOR PRESERVING HISTORIC SITES
    • Executive Order 89-8 :
      RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A GUAM SHIPPING RATE REVIEW BOARD
    • Executive Order 89-7 :
      ESTABLISHING AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROGRAM TO RECRUIT HANDICAPPED PERSONS FOR EMPLOYMENT WITHIN THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 89-6 :
      TRANSFER OF CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT OFFICE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAW
    • Executive Order 89-5 :
      Reservation of the Remaining Sustainable Yield of Northern Guam Groundwater Lens
    • Executive Order 89-4 :
      DESIGNATING THE VILLAGE OF UMATAC AS THE SITE OF GUAM\'S \"DISCOVERY DAY\" ACTIVITIES
    • Executive Order 89-3 :
      Temporary Closure of East Agana Bay to the Use of Mechanized Vessels for the Protection of Traditional Manahac Fishing Rights.
    • Executive Order 89-2 :
      REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 89-1 :
      SOUTH PACIFIC GAMES PLANNING AND SPORTS FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 90-33 :
      TYPHOON RUSS
    • Executive Order 90-32 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 90-30 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 90-29 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 90-28 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 90-27 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 90-25 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 90-24 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER 78-27.
    • Executive Order 90-23 :
      RELATIVE TO ENFORCEMENT OF THE GUAM FOOD, DRUG AND COSMETIC ACT REGARDING THE IMPORTATION OF ADULTERATED, MISBRANDED AND CONTAMINATED FOODS, DRUGS AND COSMETICS
    • Executive Order 90-22 :
      Relative to the Amendment of Executive Order No. 90-15
    • Executive Order 98-30 :
      Relative to Adopting an Updated Flood Plain Management Ordinance as Emergency Rules and Regulations.
    • Executive Order 90-21 :
      AMENDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 87-39, 87-26 & 87-14
    • Executive Order 90-20 :
      RELATIVE TO RESERVING CERTAIN GOVERNMENT-OWNED LAND FOR RESIDENTIAL PURPOSES
    • Executive Order 98-29 :
      Relative to Establishing a Universal Government of Guam Job Application Form in Support of Guam\'s One-Stop Career Center System.
    • Executive Order 98-28 :
      Relative to Adopting \"Inifresi\", the Chamorro Pledge of Allegiance\".
    • Executive Order 90-19 :
      RELATIVE TO RESERVING CERTAIN GOVERNMENT-OWNED LAND FOR LAND USE PERMIT PURPOSES
    • Executive Order 90-17 :
      TO ESTABLISH THE VOLUNTEERS ARE IMPORTANT PEOPLE (VIP) PROGRAM TO REPLACE THE RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP), AND RESCINDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 83-006
    • Executive Order 98-27 :
      Relative to Establishing The Guam Cultural Tourism Council as Part of the Governor\'s Vision 2001 Task Force
    • Executive Order 90-16 :
      Rescinding-Executive Order 88-6
    • Executive Order 98-26 :
      State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Office of Civil Defense in Coordination of the Guam Fire Department, the Guam Police Department, the Guam Department of the Public Works, the Guam Environmental Protection Agency and the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services Due to Actions necessary Due to the Subterranean Fire at the Malojloj Hardfill.
    • Executive Order 90-15 :
      ESTABLISHING INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 90-14 :
      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE SPECIAL FUND
    • Executive Order 90-13 :
      PROTECTION OF WETLANDS
    • Executive Order 90-12 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 98-25 :
      Relative to Forming a Task Force on Early Childhood Education and Development.
    • Executive Order 90-11 :
      ESTABLISHING A SAFETY TASK FORCE FOR GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    • Executive Order 90-10 :
      REQUIREMENTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS FOR ALL TERRITORIAL LAND USE COMMISSION ACTIONS
    • Executive Order 98-24 :
      Relative to Creating a Task Force on Alien Labor to Gradually Move Guam from Dependence on a Large Foreign Labor Force and to Develop a Self-Sustaining Local Labor Force.
    • Executive Order 90-09 :
      ESTABLISHING THE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 90-08 :
      AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 89-10 RELATIVE TO THE TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF EAST AGANA BAY TO THE USE OF MECHANIZED VESSELS FOR THE PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL MANAHAC FISHING RIGHTS
    • Executive Order 98-23 :
      Relative to Creating a \"Health Priorities Action Group\".
    • Executive Order 90-07 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING THE GOVERNOR\'S TASK FORCE ON SUICIDE PREVENTION
    • Executive Order 98-22 :
      Relative to Adopting Promulgating A.B. Won Pat Guam International Airport Authority\'s Personnel Rules and Regulations which Govern the Rights, Conduct and Obligations of Employees and Responsibilities and Action of Management.
    • Executive Order 90-06 :
      \"STUDENTS AGAINST LITTER\"
    • Executive Order 90-05 :
      Providing Overtime to Law Enforcement Officers and Rescinding Executive Orders 86-07 and 76-23.
    • Executive Order 98-21 :
      Relative to Implementing GovGuam Physical Fitness and Wellness Program.
    • Executive Order 90-04 :
      IMPLEMENTING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES GUIDELINES FOR AIDS DRUG ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 98-20 :
      Relative to Amending Executive Order 98-16 which Created a Governor\'s Parental Involvement Initiative.
    • Executive Order 90-03 :
      GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY SPECIAL FUND
    • Executive Order 90-02 :
      IMPLEMENTING NEW STANDARDS FOR WELFARE PAYMENTS
    • Executive Order 98-19 :
      Relative to Requiring Department of Education to Include Students from the Dodea Schools into the Public School Summer School Program.
    • Executive Order 90-01 :
      DECLARING A CIVIL DEFENSE EMERGENCY BECAUSE OF TYPHOON KORYN AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURES AND EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT.
    • Executive Order 98-17 :
      Relative to Authorizing Merit Award Scholarships Based on the Combined Attendance of Two High Schools as One at Southern High School.
    • Executive Order 91-39 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 98-16 :
      Relative to Creating a Governors Parental Involvement Initiative.
    • Executive Order 91-38 :
      RESCINDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 00. 87-34 AND CREATING THE GOVERNOR\' S COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SPORTS
    • Executive Order 98-15 :
      Relative to Establishing the Guam Police Department Neighborhood Patrol.
    • Executive Order 91-37 :
      AMEMDMENT TO EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 91-16 RELATIVE TO THE IMPORTATION OF SAND AND OTHER QUARRIED PRODUCTS
    • Executive Order 98-14 :
      Relative to Establishing the Guam Police Department Highway Patrol Section.
    • Executive Order 98-13 Relative to Establishing Guidelines for the Department of Land Management to Issue Limited Land Use Permits for the Interim Use of LOT NO. 10120-17, Dededo, Reserved by Public Law NO. 22-18 as a Cultural Center. :
    • Executive Order 91-36 :
      DECLARING A CIVIL DEFENSE EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-35 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-34 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 98-12 :
      Relative to Establishing the Public Service Recovery Fund and Providing for its Use and Accountability.
    • Executive Order 91-33 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-32 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-31 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATION FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-30 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-29 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-28 :
      EMERGENCY DECLARATION-GUAM NATIONAL GUARD SUPER TYPHOON YURI
    • Executive Order 91-27 :
      ESTABLISHING INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR THE PROTECTION OF GUAM\'S WETLANDS
    • Executive Order 91-27 :
      ESTABLISHING INTERIM GUIDELINES FOR THE PROTECTION OF GUAM\'S WETLANDS
    • Executive Order 91-26 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC SAFETY AND HEALTH EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE AND AUTHORIZING EMERGENCY RESTORATION OF ROUTE 15
    • Executive Order 91-25 :
      Executive Order 87-8 Rescinded WHEREAS, there is a need for a revolving fund to handle and account for monies and deposits to be charged for using Government House.
    • Executive Order 91-24 :
      Relative to creating a Committee on the American Disabilities Act for the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 91-23 :
      ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE IN PREPARATION FOR THE 1992 SIXTH FESTIVAL OF PACIFIC ARTS AND DESIGNATION OF THE OF THE GUAM COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES AS THE LEAD AGENCY
    • Executive Order 98-11 :
      Relative to Promulgating Emergency Rules and Regulations for the Customs, Agriculture, and Quarantine Inspection Services Charge.
    • Executive Order 91-22 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE AND EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT.
    • Executive Order 98-11 :
      In Reference to your Request.
    • Executive Order 91-21 :
      DECLARING A HEALTH AND PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE AND AUTHORIZING EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT
    • Executive Order 91-20 :
      RELATIVE TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 98-10 :
      Relative to Government of Guam Department and Agencies Using Services of the Guam Shipyard.
    • Executive Order 98-09 :
      Relative to Establishing a Guam Centennial Task Force.
    • Executive Order 91-19 :
      PROVISION OF SERVICES FOR HANDICAPPED AND AT-RISK INFANTS AND TODDLERS
    • Executive Order 98-08 :
      Relative to Establishing a Tourism Strategic Marketing and Planning Task Force.
    • Executive Order 98-07 :
      Relative to a Fourth Extension of the Period During which the Guam Power Authority and the Guam Waterworks Authority mar Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of SuperTyphoon Paka.
    • Executive Order 91-18 :
      RELATIVE TO THE LEASING OF GOVERNMENT-OWNED LAND FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES
    • Executive Order 98-06 :
      Relative to a Third Extension of the Period During which the Guam Power Authority may Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of SuperTyphoon Paka.
    • Executive Order 91-17 :
      ESTABLISHING THE CULTURAL & HISTORICAL WORKING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 98-05 :
      Relative to Establishing a Land, Environment and Economic Task Force.
    • E.O.-91-16-Relative-to-the-imotation-of-sand-and-other-Quar :
    • Executive Order 98-04 :
      Relative to a Second Extension of the Period During which the Guam Power Authority may Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of SuperTyphoon Paka.
    • Executive Order 91-15 :
      AUTHORIZING THE DIVISION OF FORESTRY AND SOIL RESOURCES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO ACCEPT DONATIONS OF MATERIALS TO SUPPLEMENT THE ANNUAL TREE PLANTING PROGRAM FOR THE TERRITORY
    • Executive Order 98-03 :
      Relative to Extending the Period During Which the Guam Waterworks Authority may Read Power and Water Meters in the Wake of SuperTyphoon Paka.
    • Executive Order 98-02 :
      Relative to Amending Executive Order 97-19 to Broaden the Uses of the Department of Corrections Revolving Fund.
    • Executive Order 98-01 :
      Relative to Clarifying \"State of Emergency\" \"Emergency for Cleanup, Restorative, or Mitigation Services\", and Rates of Payment in the Wake of SuperTyphoon Paka; and Rescinding Executive Order NO. 97-53.
    • E.O.-91-14-Establishing-the-Guam-Energy-Emergency-Advisory- :
    • Executive Order 91-14 :
      ESTABLISHING THE GUAM ENERGY EMERGENCY ADVISORY AND PLANNING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 91-13 :
      TRANSFER OF FINANCIAL FUNCTIONS RELATING TO COLLECTION AND DISBURSEMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS FROM THE SUPERIOR COURT OF GUAM TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    • Executive Order 91-12 :
      RELATIVE TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A RESIDENTIAL LAND USE PERMIT PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 91-11 :
      CREATING THE GUAM QUINCENTENNIAL COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 91-10 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 91-09 :
      PROMULGATION OF THE TERRITORIAL EMERGENCY PLAN (TEP) OF THE TERRITORY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 91-08 :
      AUTHORIZING THE DIVISION OF AQUATIC AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TO SOLICIT PRIZES AND DONATIONS TO HOST THE ANNUAL KIDS\' FISHING DERBY, CLINIC AND OTHER SUCH EVENTS
    • Executive Order 91-07 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUT STANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE.
    • Executive Order 91-06 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE.
    • Executive Order 91-05 :
      PROHIBITING THE USE OF EXCESSIVE FORCE BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AGAINST ANY INDIVIDUALS ENGAGED IN NONVIOLENT CIVIL RIGHTS DEMONSTRATIONS
    • Executive Order 97-53 :
      Relative to Clarifying State of Emergency and \"Emergency Situation\" in the Wake of the SuperTyphoon Paka for the Purposes of Payment of Government Personnel.
    • Executive Order 91-04 :
      DECLARING PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 97-52 :
      Relative to Establishing GovGuam Recovery Coordination Office (Paka Office) for Guam\'s Recovery After SuperTyphoon Paka.
    • Executive Order 91-03 :
      Relative to the Amendment of Executive Order No. 90-29
    • Executive Order 97-51 :
      Relative to Establishing a Disaster Housing Office to Meet the Transitional and Temporary Housing Needs in the Aftermath of the SuperTyphoon Paka.
    • Executive Order 91-02 :
      Relative to the Amendment of Executive Order No. 90-25
    • Executive Order 91-001 :
      Typhoon Russ Direct Grants
    • Executive Order 97-50 :
      Declaring all Executive Branch Departments and Agencies Closed on December 26, 1997 and their Employees Excused from Duty, Except as Provided by their Respective Department or Agency Heads.
    • Executive Order 92-29 :
      ESTABLISHING AN INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION SYSTEM COORDINATING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 97-49 :
      Price Freeze on Goods and Services to Price Levels in Effect on December 15, 1997, the Day Before the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-28 :
      Relative to the Creation of the Coordination Committee for the Eradication of Melon Fly
    • Executive Order 92-26 :
      Declaring a Civil Defense Emergency and Authorizing the Emergency Expenditure of Funds for Debris Removal.
    • Executive Order 97-48 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Power Authority to the Public After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-27 :
      RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE CERTIFICATION FOR AND EMPLOYMENT OF TEMPORARY ALIEN WORKERS IN GUAM
    • Executive Order 92-26 :
      Declaring a Civil Defense Emergency and Authorizing the Emergency Expenditure of Funds for Debris Removal.
    • Executive Order 97-47 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Fire Department to the Public During and After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-25 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING A COMMITTEE ON THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 92-24 :
      Declaring a Civil Defense, Public Health and safety Emergency and Authorizing the Emergency Procurement of Generators and Other Materials and Services Needed for Recovery from the Damage caused by Typhoon Omar.
    • Executive Order 97-46 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Mayors, Employees of the Mayors Council, and Employees of the Mayors in each Village Due to the Passing of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-23 :
      Declaring a Public Health and Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds for Power System Repair.
    • Executive Order 92-22 :
      Declaring a Public safety Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds for Police.
    • Executive Order 92-21 :
      Declaring a Public safety Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds for the Fire Department.
    • Executive Order 97-45 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Health and Social Services Due to the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-20 :
      Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds for Civil Defense.
    • Executive Order 97-44 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam National Guard Due ti the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka Directly Over Guam on the Evening of December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-18 :
      Declaring an Emergency, Calling the National Guard to Territorial Duty and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds.
    • Executive Order 92-17 :
      Declaring an Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds for water and Sewer Systems.
    • Executive Order 97-43 Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Police Department to the Public During and After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997. :
    • Executive Order 92-16 :
      Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds for Road Repair.
    • Executive Order 92-15 :
      Declaring a Public Health and Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Emergency Expenditure of Funds for Shelter, Food, Clothes and other Necessities.
    • Executive Order 92-14 :
      Declaring a Health and Safety Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds for the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority.
    • Executive Order 97-42 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Office of Civil Defense to the Public During and After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-13 :
      Declaring a Public Health and safety Emergency and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds by the Department of Education.
    • Executive Order 92-12 :
      Declaring a Authorizing Recovery by civil Defense Emergency and the Emergency Expenditure of Funds for Government Departments from Typhoon Omar.
    • Executive Order 97-41 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Parks and Recreation to the Public After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-11 :
      CREATING A GUAM ENERGY TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 92-10 :
      CREATING THE WORLD WAR II REMEMBRANCE COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 92-09 :
      AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 91-14 RELATIVE TO THE GUAM ENERGY EMERGENCY ADVISORY AND PLANNING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 97-40 :
      State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, and for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works to the Public During and After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-08 :
      ESTABLISHING INTERIM RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL, SMALL LANDOWNER ZONE CHANGES
    • Executive Order 92-07 :
      TEMPORARY APPROVAL TO REMOVE (PEACOCK BASS) FROM FENA LAKE
    • Executive Order 97-39 :
      State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Agriculture to the Public After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka on the Evening of December 16,1997.
    • Executive Order 92-06 :
      AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 90-9 CONCERNING THE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 92-05 :
      DECLARING A PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENCY AND AUTHORIZING USE OF OUTSTANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR AN EMERGENCY EXPENDITURE
    • Executive Order 92-04 :
      ESTABLISHING THE COMPACT IMPACT INFORMATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAM STEERING COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 92-03 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A GUAM CHRONIC DISEASE ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 97-38 :
      State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Telephone Authority to the Public After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 92-02 :
      There is created the Guam Health Planning and Development Agency Council, composed of five members. The members shall be appointed by the Governor and shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor. The Governor shall appoint the Chairperson annually.
    • Executive Order 92-01 :
      The Executive Committee on the Americans with Disabilities Act shall include a representative from the Guam Telephone Authority.
    • Executive Order 93-17 :
      REGARDING THE PURCHASE OF FRESH AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AND FISH BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    • Executive Order 93-16 :
      Declaring a Public Safety Emergency and Authorizing Expenditure of Funds for the Department of Youth Affairs.
    • Executive Order 93-15 :
      CREATING AND TEMPORARILY TRANSFERRING ADMINISTRATION OF THE YOUTH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS.
    • Executive Order 93-14 :
      CREATING THE FAMILY VIOLENCE TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 93-13 :
      OFFICIAL ADOPTION OF THE MICRONESIAN GAMES LOGO
    • Executive Order 93-12 :
      Relative to the Creation of a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Treatment Task Force
    • Executive Order 93-11 :
      TRANSFERRING PROCUREMENT AND RELATED ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
    • Executive Order 93-10 :
      Guam Memorial Hospital Authority
    • Executive Order 93-09 :
      ESTABLISHING THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS REVOLVING FUND.
    • Executive Order 93-08 :
      EXECUTIVE BRANCH INTERIM PROCEDURES VOLUNTARY LEAVE SHARING PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 93-07 :
      Declaring an Emergency, Calling the National Guard to Territorial Duty and Authorizing the Expenditure of Funds.
    • Executive Order 93-06 :
      ESTABLISHING THE POLITICAL STATUS EDUCATION COMMISSION REVOLVING FUND
    • Executive Order 93-05 :
      GUAM REHABILITATION ADVISORY COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 97-37 :
      State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Waterworks Authority to the Public After the Passage of SuperTyphoon Paka, December 16, 1997.
    • Executive Order 93-04 :
      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE SPECIAL FUND
    • Executive Order 93-03 :
      TEACHER CENTER SPECIAL FUND
    • Executive Order 93-01 :
      ESTABLISHING THE COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF THE 1994 MICRONESIAN GAMES
    • Executive Order 97-36 :
      Relative to Establishing a Task Force on Solid Waste Management.
    • Executive Order 97-35 :
      Relative to Providing an Exemption from the Prohibition on OverTime of Executive Order NO. 95-11 for those Civil Defense Personnel who Responded Above the Call of Duty During the Korean Air Disaster of August 6, 1997.
    • Executive Order 94-18 :
      ESTABLISHING THE GUAM PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOL LUNCH REVOLVING FUND
    • Executive Order 94-17 :
      THIS EXECUTIVE ORDER IS ISSUED TO AMEND EXECUTIVE ORDER 93-09 TO READ AS FOLLOWS
    • Executive Order 97-34 :
      Relative to Amending the Membership of the Brac GovGuam Steering Committee to Coordinate Government of Guam Activities Concerning Federal Lands which was Established in Executive Order NO. 97-27.
    • Executive Order 94-16 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING CREDIT CARD ACCOUNTS WITH BANK OF GUAM FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TRUST FUNDS
    • Executive Order 97-33 :
      Calling Up Selected Personnel of the Guam National Guard to Territorial Activities and Duties to Assist in Identified Projects Requiring Heavy Equipment.
    • Executive Order 97-32 :
      State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works due to the Need to Procure Heavy Equipment, and Amending Executive Order NO. 97-28 Relative to the Payment of OverTime.
    • Executive Order 94-16 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING CREDIT CARD ACCOUNTS WITH BANK OF GUAM FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TRUST FUNDS
    • Executive Order 97-31 :
      Relative to Adopting the Policy Granting On-The-Job Injury for Unclassified Employees.
    • Executive Order 94-15 :
      EMERGENCY PROMULGATION OF PORT OF ENTRY SANITARY AND QUARANTINE REGULATIONS
    • Executive Order 94-14 :
      THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE STATEWIDE INDEPENDENT LIVING COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 97-31 In Reference to Relative to 8.300 of the Department of Administration\'s Personnel Rules and Regulations Regarding On-The-Job-Injury. :
    • Executive Order 94-13 :
      AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NOS. 93-15 AND 94-02 TO CONTINUE THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION\'S ADMINISTRATION OF THE YOUTH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY.
    • Executive Order 94-12 :
      RETURNING PROCUREMENT AUTHORITY FOR DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO THE GUAM PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM OPERATED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    • Executive Order 94-11 :
      REPEAL AND RE-PROMULGATION OF QUARANTINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH REGULATIONS RELATIVE TO INTERNATIONAL ENTRY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 94-10 :
      PROCEDURES RELATIVE TO THE ACQUISITION OF LOCALLY GROWN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE AND FISH
    • Executive Order 94-09 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE GUAM DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COUNCIL, TERRITORY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 94-08 :
      RETURNING TO THE GUAM PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM OPERATED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CERTAIN PROCUREMENT AND RELATED ACTIVITIES.
    • Executive Order 94-07 :
      KOMITEA PARA TIYAN NAS AGANA REUSE COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 94-06 :
      AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDERS NO. 93-15 AND 94-02 TO CONTINUE THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION\'S ADMINISTRATION OF THE YOUTH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY.
    • Executive Order 94-05 :
      Declaring a Public Health and Safety Emergency and Authorizing Emergency Procurement by the Public Utility Agency of Guam.
    • Executive Order 94-04 :
      Establishment of Guam\'s Earthquake Advisory Council for Earthquake Safety
    • Executive Order 94-03 :
      CREATING THE CHILDREN\'S SERVICES DIVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE.
    • Executive Order 94-02 :
      AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 93-15 TO CONTINUE THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION\'S ADMINISTRATION OF THE YOUTH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY.
    • Executive Order 94-01 :
      Declaring a Public Health and Safety Emergency and Authorizing Expenditure of Funds for the Public Utility Agency of Guam.
    • Executive Order 97-30 :
      Relative to Establishing the Fiscal Policy Committee as an Advisory Group to the Governor and Fixing Its Responsibilities.
    • Executive Order 97-29 :
      Relative to Mandating that All Agencies and Departments of the Executive Branch Comply with Executive Order NOS. 96-13 and 96-38, and to Reaffirm the Lead Role of the Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) in the Implementation of the Government-Wide Information Technology Plan.
    • Executive Order 97-28 :
      Calling Up Selected Personnel of the Guam National Guard to Territorial Activities and Duties to Assist in Identified Projects Requiring Heavy Equipment.
    • Executive Order 97-27 :
      Relative to Directing the BRAC GovGuam Steering Committee to Coordinating Government of Guam Activities Concerning Federal Lands.
    • Executive Order 97-26 :
      Relative to Establishing a \"Police Commission\" of the Guam Police Department.
    • Executive Order 97-25 :
      Establishing a Drought Response Water Utilization Group for the Purpose of Preparing for and coordinating Guam\'s Response to the Threat of a Predicted Drought Resulting from the Effects of El Nino which Began in Early 1997 and is Expected to Continue Through Most of 1998.
    • Executive Order 97-24 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works due to the Need to Repair Heavy Equipment.
    • Executive Order 97-23 :
      Relative to Instituting a Family Violence Task Force to Lessen and Eliminate Instances of Violence Taking Place between Family Members.
    • Executive Order 97-22 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works due to the Landslide and Unstable Ground at Namo Falls in the Village of Santa Rita on August 30, 1997.
    • Executive Order 97-21 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Waterworks Authority due to the Landslide and Unstable Ground at Namo Falls in the Village of Santa Rita on August 30, 1997.
    • Executive Order 97-20 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam National Guard due to the Crash of Korean Air Flight 801 in the Early Morning Hours of August 6, 1997.
    • Executive Order 97-19 Relative to Amending Executive Order 94-17 to Broaden the Uses of the Department of Corrections Revolving Fund. :
    • Executive Order 97-18 :
      Relative to Establishing a Civil Defense Advisory Council to Assist in the Implementation of the Office of Civil Defense Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Activities.
    • Executive Order 97-17 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public Works and the Department of Parks and Recreation due to the Expiration of Executive Order NO. 96-31 and 96-32.
    • Executive Order 97-16 :
      Relative to Establishing a One-Stop Career System Task Force to Develop a One-Stop Career Center System for Guam.
    • Executive Order 97-15 :
      Relative to Establishing the Government of Guam Marketing Cooperative (GOVGUAM MARKETING CO-OP).
    • Executive Order 97-14 :
      Relative to Establishing a Federal Programs Office within the Office of the Governor/Lieutenant Governor to be Known as \"Governor\'s Community Outreach-Federal Programs Office\".
    • Executive Order 97-13 :
      Relative to Implementing Guam\'s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program.
    • Executive Order 97-12 :
      Relative to Clarifying Executive Order 97-03 Relative to the Pardon Review Board.
    • Executive Order 97-11 :
      Relative to Authorizing the Director, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation to Serve as the Interim Director; to Assist with the Transition of Programs Impacted under the Public Law NO. 24-16; to Authorize the DVR Director in the Supervision of Interdepartmental Transfer of Programs from Other Government of Guam Agencies into the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities (DISID) to Serve as the Certifying Officer in the Administering, Monitoring and Reporting of Programs Transitional to DISID; to Initiate the Creation of DISID Positions with Civil Service Commission; to Draw Up a Transition Plan and DISID Budget for Legislative Funding Commencing October 1, 1997; to Provide Support, Assistance with the Appointed Members of DISIDC.
    • Executive Order 97-10 :
      Adoption of the Guam Coral Reef Initiative (CRI) to Establish a Policy Development Mechanism for the Protection of Guam\'s Coral Reefs.
    • Executive Order 97-09 :
      Relative to Establishing a Guam Telephone Authority Privatization Task Force.
    • Executive Order 2005-42 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE ].C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 97-08 :
      Relative to Establishing a Governor\'s Ancestral Lands Commission, an Ancestral Land Management, and an Ancestral Land Claims Facilitation Office within the Guam Economic Development Authority.
    • Executive Order 2005-41 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A WAITLIST REPORT BY THE OFFICE OF COMMUNITY INTEGRATION
    • Executive Order 2005-40 :
      RELATIVE TO THE HAGATNA RESTORATION AND REDEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN
    • Executive Order 2005-39 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2005-36 TO INCLUDE THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS IN THE DECLARATION OF A STATE OF EMERGENCY TO EXPEDITE THE RESPONSE TO THE SEXUAL PREDATOR OPERATIONS AS OF 12
    • Executive Order 97-07 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on OverTime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Agriculture to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996 due to the Expiration of Executive Order No. 96-07.
    • Executive Order 2005-38 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE ].C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 2005-37 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING A TRANSSHIPMENT INDUSTRY TASK FORCE TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF GUAM AS A MAJOR PORT OF ENTRY FOR U.S. BRAND ASIAN MANUFACTURED IMPORTS
    • Executive Order 97-06 :
      Relative to Exemptions from Executive Order 95-11 for Professional Engineering Staff and Other Staff Working on Federal Projects of the Department of Public Works until April 30, 1997.
    • Executive Order 2005-36 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY TO EXPEDITE THE RESPONSE TO THE SEXUAL PREDATOR OPERATIONS AS OF 12
    • Executive Order 2005-35 :
      RELATIVE TO THE INTERIM ADOPTION OF THE GUAM STORMWATER MANAGEMENT CRITERIA FOR DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND OTHER GOVERNMENT OF GUAM PROJECTS
    • Executive Order 97-05 :
      Relative to Rescinding Chapter 4 \"Classification of Inmates\" of Executive Order 94-19 and Promulgating a New Chapter 4 to Meet Present Departmental Goals toward Rehabilitation and Reintegration.
    • Executive Order 2005-34 :
      RELATIVE TO OBTAINING POLICE AND COURT CLEARENCE OF CURRENT AND FUTURE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM EMPLOYEES AND FOR AGENCIES TO REVIEW GUAM\'S SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL AND FEDERAL LAWS
    • Executive Order 2005-33 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 97-04 :
      Relative To Exemptions from Executive Order No. 95-11 for Police Sergeant I and Police Sergeant II Positions of the Guam Police Department, Corrections Supervisor II Positions of the Department of Corrections, and Customs Supervisor Positions of the Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency.
    • Executive Order 2005-32 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY TO EXPEDITE THE RESPONSE TO THE NORTHWEST AIRLINES (NWA) FLIGHT NO. 074 ACCIDENT UPON TOUCHDOWN ON THE MAIN RUNWAY OF THE A.B. WON PAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, GUAM ON AUGUST 19, 2005.
    • Executive Order 2005-31 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE ].C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL
    • Executive Order 97-03 :
      Relative to Creation of the Pardon Review Board.
    • Executive Order 97-02 :
      Relative to Exemptions from Executive Order 95-11 for Certain Emergency Services Relative to Social Service Needs of the Territory.
    • Executive Order 97-01 :
      Relative to Transferring the Department of Defense Contract Administrator\'s Office to the Department of Administration.
    • Executive Order 96-40 :
      Interim Regulations Relative to Sanitary Operations of a Therapeutic Massage.
    • Executive Order 96-39 :
      Relative to Authorizing to Make Correction to the New Personnel Rules and Regulations prior to Printing.
    • Executive Order 2005-30 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING AN EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO EXPEDITE THE ISLAND-WIDE PREPARATION AND RECOVERY FROM TYPHOON NABI (14W)
    • Executive Order 2005-29 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL. AND PREVENT A THREAT TO PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY
    • Executive Order 96-38 :
      Relative to Ensuring That Consistent Information Technology Procurement Practices within the Government are Coordinated by the Bureau of Information Technology (BIT).
    • Executive Order 2005-28 :
      RELATIVE TO RE-DEFINING THE POSITIONS EXEMPTED BY THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT FROM MINIMUM WAGE AND OVERTIME PROVISIONS AND RE-DESIGNATING BONAFIDE EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL CATEGORIES PREVIOUSLY DESIGNATED BY EXECUTIVE ORDER 95-11. A POLICY IS HEREBY ESTABLISHED TO DECLARE EMPLOYEES OCCUPYING EXEMPT POSITIONS INELIGIBLE TO BE COMPENSATED FOR OVERTIME HOURS OR COMPENSATORY TIME WORKED, AND DIRECTING IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION.
    • Executive Order 2005-27 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE GUAM POLICE DEPARTMENT, GUAM FIRE DEPARTMENT, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, TO INCLUDE THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION, AND BUREAU OF BUDGET MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH, IN PERSONNEL COSTS WHICH MAY HAVE AN ADVERSE EFFECT ON PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 96-37 :
      Relative to Extending the Authorization for Emergency Procurement Previously Granted in Executive Order NOS. 96-27, 96-28, and 96-31 for Guam Power Authority, Guam Waterworks Authority, and Department of Public Works to Perform Needed Repairs due to Damage Caused by Typhoon Dale.
    • Executive Order 2005-26 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING FOCUS GROUPS IN THE AREAS OF ECONOMIC AND STATISTICAL DATA; WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT; REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC SERVICE CULTURE; AND FINANCING AND BUSINESS SERVICES
    • Executive Order 2005-25 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A BUREAU OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY UNDER THE GOVERNOR\'S OFFICE TO CONTINUE THE WORK IN IMPROVING COMMUNICATIONS, DATA PROCESSING, AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WITHIN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
    • Executive Order 2005-24 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING AN EMERGENCY FOR PROCUREMENT OF LEGAL SERVICES SPECIALIZING IN MARITIME LAW RELATIVE TO ONGOING GOVERNMENT OF GUAM MARITIME CASES
    • Executive Order 2005-23 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A GUAM STEERING COMMITTEE FOR BRAC 2005 POTENTIAL REALIGNMENT OF MILITARY LANDS ON GUAM
    • Executive Order 96-36 :
      Relative to Extending the OverTime Payment Authorization Previously Granted in Executive Order NOS. 96-27, 96-28, and 96-31 for Guam Power Authority, Guam Waterworks Authority, and Department of Public Works to Perform Needed Repairs due to Damage Caused by Typhoon Dale.
    • Executive Order 2005-22 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A COMMISSION ON NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE, HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AND KNOWN AS THE SERVE GUAM COMMISSION.
    • Executive Order 2005-21 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE GUAM FIRE DEPARTMENT IN PERSONNEL COSTS WHICH MAY HAVE AN ADVERSE EFFECT ON PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 2005-20 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS IN PERSONNEL COSTS WHICH MAY HAVE AN ADVERSE EFFECT ON PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 2005-19 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE GUAM POLICE DEPARTMENT IN PERSONNEL COSTS WHICH MAY HAVE AN ADVERSE EFFECT ON PUBLIC SAFETY
    • Executive Order 2005-18 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 95-29 TO CLARIFY THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT\'S DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE PROGRAM POLICIES AND PROCEDURES.
    • Executive Order 2005-17 :
      RELATIVE TO \'ESTABLISHING THE \"GUAM MUSEUM FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION AND CULTURAL HERITAGE TASK FORCE.\"
    • Executive Order 2005-16 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO IMMEDIATELY IMPLEMENT THE MITIGATION AND RESTORATION OF \"TOLAI ACHO TALEYFAC\" IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF AGAT
    • Executive Order 2005-15 :
      RELATIVE TO IMPLEMENTING THE LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROGRAM FOR GUAM
    • Executive Order 2005-15 :
      GUAM HOUSING AND URBAN RENEWAL AUTHORITY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS RESOLUTION NUMBER
    • Executive Order 2005-14 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A 2005 GUAM ISLAND FAIR / 61st LIBERATION DAY ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE TO PLAN AND MAKE APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE GUAM ISLAND FAIR AND LIBERATION DAY CARNIVAL AND PARADE.
    • Executive Order 2005-13 :
      RELATIVE TO INVASIVE SPECIES CONTROL AND INTERDICTION
    • Executive Order 2005-12 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2005-07 RELATIVE TO IMPROVING HEALTHCARE SERVICES AT OUR PUBLIC HEALTHCARE FACILITIES
    • Executive Order 96-35 :
      Relative to Establishing a Task Force to Investigate Conditions at the Department of Corrections to Determine the Status of Enforcement of Required Laws, Rules and Regulations Per Training to the Inmates, and if there is the Presence of Illegal Drugs within the Institution .
    • Executive Order 2005-11 :
      RELATIVE TO PLACING THE GUAM OFFICE OF AMERICORPS UNDER THE ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • Executive Order 96-34 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement for Emergency Expenses and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Police Department to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996.
    • Executive Order 2005-10 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION MANUAL TO PERMIT PER DIEM AND CAR RENTAL FOR OFF-ISLAND HIRES WHO POSSESS UNIQUE SKILLS OR QUALIFICATIONS
    • Executive Order 96-33 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement for Emergency Expenses and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Office of Civil Defense to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996.
    • Executive Order 96-32 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement for Emergency Expenses and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Parks and Recreation to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996.
    • Executive Order 2005-09 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY RELATIVE TO THE RENTAL OF OFFICE SPACE FOR THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 96-31 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996.
    • Executive Order 96-30 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement, Emergency Expenses and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Department of Agriculture to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996.
    • Executive Order 96-29 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Telephone Authority to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996.
    • Executive Order 2005-08 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2003-29 WHICH CREATED THE STATE INCENTIVE PLANNING GRANT COMMITTEE KNOWN AS THE PREVENTION AND EARLY PREVENTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE EMPOWERMENT (PEACE).
    • Executive Order 96-28 Declaring a State of Emergency for Procurement for Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Waterworks Authority to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996. :
    • Executive Order 2005-07 :
      RELATIVE TO IMPROVING HEALTHCARE SERVICES AT OUR PUBLIC HEALTHCARE FACILITIES
    • Executive Order 2005-06 :
      RELATIVE TO ADOPTING AND PROMULGATING THE GUAM EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN AND GUAM HAZARD MITIGATION
    • Executive Order 96-27 :
      Declaring a State of Emergency for Emergency Procurement for Emergency Expenses, and for Exemption from Prohibition on Overtime Compensation for Supervisory Personnel Relative to the Provision of Goods and Services by the Guam Power Authority to the Public During and After the Passage of Typhoon Dale, November 7-8, 1996.
    • Executive Order 2005-05 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2005-04 CONCERNING STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF GUAM TO CLARIFY THAT EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT INCLUDES ALL RELATED EXPENSES
    • Executive Order 2005-04 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY RELATIVE TO THE RENTAL OF OFFICE SPACE FOR THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 96-26 :
      Relative to Creating the Application Review Committee to Replace the Development Review Committee, and to Streamline the Review Process for the Territorial Seashore Protection Commission/Guam Natural Resources Board.
    • Executive Order 2005-03 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING THE GUAM POLICE DEPARTMENT IN A STATE OF EMERGENCY
    • Executive Order 96-25 :
      Relative to Rescinding Executive Order 96-05
    • Executive Order 96-24 :
      Relative to Adopting Promulgating DOA Personnel Rules and Regulations Governing the Rights, Conduct, and Obligations of Employees and Responsibilities and Actions of Management.
    • Executive Order 2005-03 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING THE GUAM POLICE DEPARTMENT IN A STATE OF EMERGENCY
    • Executive Order 2005-02 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING AN EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO EXPEDITE THE ISLAND-WIDE PREPARATION AND RECOVERY FROM TROPICAL STORM KULAP (01W)
    • Executive Order 2005-01 :
      RELATIVE TO FILING EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT CLAIMS WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION
    • Executive Order 96-23 :
      Relative to Declaration of Emergency Authorizing the Guam Power Authority to Procure Power Generation, Substation, and Transmission Services, Pursuant to Public Law NO. 23-103.
    • Executive Order 96-22 :
      Relative to Establishing a Welfare Reform Task Force.
    • Executive Order 2006-31 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF TH PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 2006-30 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING AN AGREEMENT WITH A CONSORTIUM OF FINANCIAL LENDING AND INVESTMENT INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT AWARD PURSUANT TO PUBLIC LAW 28-151 AND SUPERIOR COURT OF GUAM CASE NO. SP 0206-93
    • Executive Order 96-21 :
      Relative to Establishing a Tourism Council to Address the Need for a Private and Government Coordination to Better Sustain and Promote Guam\'s Visitor Industry for the Remainder of 1996.
    • Executive Order 2006-29 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO 2003-29 AND THE PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION ADVISORY COUNCIL EMPOWERMENT (PEACE)
    • Executive Order 2006-28 :
      RELATIVE TO THE CREATION OF THE PROTEHI Y CORAZON TASK FORCE TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT AND ACCESS TO AUTOMATIC EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS
    • Executive Order 96-20 :
      Relative to Forming a Task Force to Develop Alternate Housing Solutions for Persons who cannot be Accommodated under Current Federally Assisted Housing Programs.
    • Executive Order 2006-27 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUAL WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 96-19 :
      Relative to Establishing a Local Redevelopment Authority and a Reuse Planning Committee for Excess Federal Lands Identified under the 1994 Guam Land Use Plan Prepared by the Navy.
    • Executive Order 2006-26 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO IMMEDIATELY IMPLEMENT THE MITIGATION AND RESTORATION OF GUATALI BRIDGE
    • Executive Order 2006-25 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR CERTAIN EXEMPT POSITIONS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FOR THE EXPEDITIOUS IMPLEMENTATION OF VARIOUS EMERGENCY PROJECTS
    • Executive Order 96-18 :
      Relative to Naming the Mangilao Baseball Field in Honor of the Late George William \"Bill\" Pereira Muna, Long Time Coach, Sports Organizer, Team Coordinator for All Levels of Baseball, as well as Musician, Community Leader, and Family Man.
    • Executive Order 2006-24 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING AN EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO EXPEDITE THE ISLAND-WIDE RESPONSE AND RECOVERY OF TERRENTIAL RAIN FROM A STRONG MONSOON TROUGH CAUSING WIDESPREAD FLOODING AND COASTAL INUNDATION
    • Executive Order 2006-23 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO; GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 96-17 :
      Relative to an Emergency Declaration Promulgating Amended Interim Rules and Regulations for the Customs, Agriculture and Quarantine Inspection Services Charge.
    • Executive Order 2006-22 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER FOR DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO IMMEDIATELY MITIGATE AND RESOLVE THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND LIVING CONDITIONS OF VARYING LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND
    • Executive Order 96-16 :
      Relative to Creation of a Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission (POST), and Establishing a Post Revolving Fund.
    • Executive Order 2006-21 :
      RELATIVE TO UPDATING THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM UNIFIED PAY SCHEDULE.
    • Executive Order 2006-20 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR CERTAIN EXEMPT POSITIONS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION TO EXPEDITE PROCESSING OF EITC CLAIMS
    • Executive Order 96-15 :
      Relative to Promulgating Interim Rules Regulations for Guam Board of Medical Examiners to Replace Outdated Licensure Requirements.
    • Executive Order 2006-19 :
      RELATIVE TO ASSISTING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES IN PREVENTING THE CONTINUATION OF THE OUTBREAK OF PERTUSSIS \"WHOOPING COUGH\" BY AUTHORIZING THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES TO COORDINATE EFFORTS TO FIGHT THIS HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS DISEASE AND PREVENT A THREAT TO PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY.
    • Executive Order 96-14 :
      Relative to Establishing the Violent Crime Drug Policy Coordinating Council.
    • Executive Order 2006-18 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING AN EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO EXPEDITE THE ISLAND-WIDE PREPARATION AND RECOVERY FROM TROPICAL STORM (08W)
    • Executive Order 96-13 :
      Relative to amending the attachment of Executive Order No. 96-02 which Established a Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) on an Interim Basis under the Guam Finance Commission to Continue the Work in Improving Communications, Data Processing, and Information Technology Standards to be Developed within the Government, and to be Enforce Standards to as they are Developed by the Bureau.
    • Executive Order 2006-17 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE; AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 2006-16 :
      EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
    • Executive Order 2006-15 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 96-12 :
      Relative to Exempting Customs Quarantine Agency Supervisors from the Provisions of Executive Order 95-11 for Three (3) Months; and Exempting First Line Supervisory Personnel of the Guam Power Authority from the Provisions of Executive Order 95-11 as Authorized.
    • Executive Order 2006-14 :
      RELATIVE TO MASSO RESERVOIR FOR PUBLIC BENEFIT USE FOR FISHING AND RECREATION AND FOR CONSERVATION, PROTECTION, AND MANAGEMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE
    • Executive order Order 96-11 :
      To Establish the Volunteers are Important People (VIP) Program with the Department of Mental health and Substance Abuse and Rescind Executive Order NO. 90-17.
    • Executive Order 2006-13 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY TO COMPLY WITH THE CONSENT DECREE ISSUED IN DISTRICT COURT OF GUAM CIVIL CASE NO. 02-00022, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA V. GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2006-12 :
      RELATIVE TO !ESTABLISHING THE ORDOT CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE TEAM WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR AND TO ESTABLISH PRIORITY PROCUREMENT AND INTRAAGENCY COOPERATION FOR THE ORDOT CONSENT DECREE
    • Executive Order 96-10 :
      Relative to an Emergency Declaration of Customs, Agriculture, and Quarantine Inspection Services Charges.
    • Executive Order 2006-11 :
      RELATIVE TO THE PROTECTION OF THE ISLAND IN THE EVENT OF A PANDEMIC AND TO THE CREATION OF A PANDEMIC PLANNING TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 2006-09 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A 2006 GUAM ISLAND FAIR / 62nd LIBERATION DAY ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE TO PLAN AND MAKE APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE GUAM ISLAND FAIR AND LIBERATION DAY CARNIVAL AND PARADE.
    • Executive Order 96-09 :
      Relative to placing into Effect and Promulgating Regulations for the Guam Manual for Courts-Martial, to be Utilized in Conjunction with the Guam National Guard Code of Military Justice.
    • Executive Order 2006-10 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING A CIVILIAN/MILITARY TASK FORCE TO MAXIMIZE OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE CIVILIAN AND MILITARY COMMUNITY RESULTING FROM INCREASES IN MILITARY PRESENCE
    • Executive Order 2006-09 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A 2006 GUAM ISLAND FAIR / 62nd LIBERATION DAY ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE TO PLAN AND MAKE APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE GUAM ISLAND FAIR AND LIBERATION DAY CARNIVAL AND PARADE.
    • Executive Order 96-08 :
      Relative to Allowing Compensatory time off for Law Enforcement Personnel or Police Officers who are not Employed in an Administrative, Executive, or Professional Capacity.
    • Executive Order 2006-08 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 2006-07 :
      DESIGNATION OF THE NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NIMS) AS THE BASIS FOR ALL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT ON GUAM
    • Executive Order 96-07 :
      Relative to Extending the Deadline from June 30, 1996 to January 1, 1997 for the Chamorro Heritage Institute Planning Group to Submit Legislation Creating a Chamorro Heritage Institute.
    • Executive Order 2006-06 :
      RELATIVE TO RESTORING THE APPLICATION REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETINGS TO TWICE A MONTH
    • Executive Order 2006-05 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN/PERMANENT INJUNCTION TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 96-06 :
      Relative to Extending the Current Hours Available for Work Release for Clients of the Department of Corrections, to Coincide with Employers Requests.
    • Executive Order 2006-04 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL
    • Executive Order 2006-03 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2005-37 TO INCLUDE THE 1 BUREAU OF STATISTICS AND PLANS ON THE TRANSSHIPMENT INDUSTRY TASK FORCE TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT! OF GUAM AS A MAJOR PORT OF ENTRY FOR U.S. BRAND ASIAN MANUFACTURED IMPORTS
    • Executive Order 96-05 :
      Relative to Establishing a Public Utility Agency of Guam (PUAG) Autonomy Commission.
    • Executive Order 96-04 :
      Relative to Extending a State of Emergency for the Provisions of Medical and Social Services by the Department of Public Health and Social Services for Persons who are not United States Citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens of the United States and Affected by the Provisions of Public Law 23-45.
    • Executive Order 2006-02 :
      RELATIVE TO GUAM ANCESTRAL LAND USE AND ADMINISTRATION BY APPROVING THE LAND USE MASTER PLAN FOR DOS AMANTES
    • Executive Order 2006-01 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO; GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 96-03 :
      Relative to Extending a State of Emergency for the Provision of Medical Services by the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority for Persons who are not United States Citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens of the United States and Affected by the Provisions of Public Law 23-45.
    • Executive Order 2007-22 :
      RELATIVE TO PERFORMING AN ISLAND WIDE IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE ASSESSMENT TO DETERMINE ROUTINE VACCINATION COVERAGE AMONG CHILDREN AGED 1, 2, AND 6 YEARS, AND ADULTS AGED 50 AND OLDER ON THE ISLAND OF GUAM.
    • Executive Order 2007-21 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING CHRISTMAS EVE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2007, A SPECIAL HOLIDAY FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2007-20 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE GUAM INTERAGENCY COUNCIL FOR COORDINATING HOMELESSNESS PROGRAMS
    • Executive Order 96-02 :
      Relative to Establishing a Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) on an Interim Basis under the Guam Finance Commission to Continue the Work in Improving Communications, Data Processing, and Information Technology Standards to be Developed within the Government, and to Enforce Standards as they are Developed by the Bureau.
    • Executive Order 2007-19 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE CONTROL THE RECENTLY INTRODUCED COCONUT RHINOCEROS BEETLE, WHICH POSES SERIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC THREATS TO THE PEOPLE OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2007-19 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE CONTROL THE RECENTLY INTRODUCED COCONUT RHINOCEROS BEETLE, WHICH POSES SERIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC THREATS TO THE PEOPLE OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2007-18 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING \"TOBACCO FREE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT POLICY FOR THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM\"
    • Executive Order 2007-017 :
      RELATIVE TO APPROVING THE JOSE D. LEON GUERRERO COMMERCIAL PORT\'S MARINA RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE OPERATION AND FEE STRUCTURES FOR THE GREGORIO D. PEREZ (HAGATNA MARINA) AND AGAT SMALL BOAT MARINA
    • Executive Order 2007-016 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO IMMEDIATELY MITIGATE AND REPAIR ROUTE 17, CROSS ISLAND ROAD, IN THE VILLAGE OF SANTA RITA, GUAM
    • Executive Order 2007-015 :
      RELATIVE TO. AMENDING THE ATTACHMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 2007-12 WHICH ESTABLISHED THE TEAM GUAM T4
    • Executive Order 2007-014 :
      RELATIVE TO THE PLACING THE GUAM ENERGY OFFICE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE GUAM ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
    • Executive Order 2007-013 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE CONTROL THE RECENTLY INTRODUCED COCONUT RHINOCEROS BEETLE, WHICH POSES SERIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC THREATS TO THE PEOPLE OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2007-012 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO COORDINATE, FACILITATE AND PREPARE THE ISLAND OF GUAM FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY NATIONAL-LEVEL EXERCISE, TOP OFFICIALS 4
    • Executive Order 2007-011 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TO IMMEDIATELY MITIGATE AND REPAIR THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND CONDITIONS OF THE BILE BRIDGE AND PIGUA BRIDGE IN THE VILLAGE OF MERIZO, GUAM.
    • Executive Order 96-01 :
      Relative to Establishing a Minimum Basic Windload Design Requirement of 155 Miles Per Hour, Establishing Definitions for \"Fully Concrete Homes\" and \"Typhoon Shutter\" in the Territorial Building Code in Order to Decrease the Requirement of Obtaining One Hundred Percent (100%) Typhoon Insurance for Fully Concrete Homes with Typhoon Shutters as a Condition for Obtaining Some Types of Building Loans.
    • Executive Order 95-30 :
      Relative to the Creation of Guam Agriculture Marketing Board.
    • Executive Order 95-29 :
      Comprehensive Drug Free Workplace Policy for the Government of Guam which Includes Mandatory Drug Testing as a Condition of Employment in the Government of Guam; Random Drug Testing for Designated Positions; and Procedures for Dealing with Illegal Drug Use in the Workplace.
    • Executive Order 95-28 :
      Relative to establishing the Governor\'s Task Force on the School-To-Work Transition Program on Guam.
    • Executive Order 95-27 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Recruit Five (5) Personnel in the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse to Assist in the \"War On Ice\".
    • Executive Order 2007-010 :
      RELATIVE TO APPOINTING A NEW MEMBER TO THE SOLID WASTE LAW REVIEW COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 95-26 :
      State of Emergency for Medical and Social Services by the Department of Public Health and Social Services for Persons who are not United States Citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens of the United States and Affected by the Provisions of Public Law 23-45.
    • Executive Order 2007-09 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE SOLID WASTE LAW REVIEW COMMISSION WITHIN THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AND TO ESTABLISH COOPERATION WITHIN THE BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 95-25 :
      State of Emergency for Medical Services by Guam Memorial Hospital Authority for Persons who are not United States Citizens and Affected by the Provisions of Public Law 23-45.
    • Executive Order 2007-08 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 2002-14 AND THE REORGANIZATION AND REALIGNMENT OF THE FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES OF THE FORMER DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
    • Executive Order 95-24 :
      Relative to Establishing a Medical Assistance Emergency Task Force.
    • Executive Order 2007-07 :
      ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE IN PREPARATION FOR THE 2008 TENTH FESTIVAL OF PACIFIC ARTS . (\"FESTPAC\") AND DESIGNATING THE GUAM COUNCIL ON. THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES AGENCY AS THE LEAD AGENCY.
    • Executive Order 95-23 :
      Relative to Establishing a Government of Guam Medivac Charity Account for Mileage Credits for Frequent Airline Flights, to be Used for Medical Emergencies.
    • Executive Order 2007-06 :
      BEAUTIFICATION TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 95-22 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Recruit Retired Customs Officers in the Customs and Quarantine Agency to Assist in the \"War On Ice\".
    • Executive Order 2007-05 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A 2007 GUAM ISLAND FAIR / 63rd LIBERATION DAY ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE TO PLAN AND MAKE APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE GUAM ISLAND FAIR AND LIBERATION DAY CARNIVAL AND PARADE.
    • Executive Order 95-21 :
      Relative Executive Order 95-17
    • Executive Order 2007-04 :
      RELATIVE TO THE PROCESSING OF FEDERAL PROGRAMS
    • Executive Order 2007-03 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY WITHIN THE GUAM PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
    • Executive Order 2007-02 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING GUIDELINES FOR THE FISCAL MANAGEMENT OF DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES AND TO MAXIMIZE ALL AVAILABLE RESOURCES
    • Executive Order 2007-01 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAM ET. AL.
    • Executive Order 95-20 :
      Superseding Executive Order 95-18 to Add Members in Establishing a Chamorro Heritage Institute Planning Group to Study and Develop a Plan and Proposed Legislation to Coordinate the Current and Future Government Functions which Preserve and Maintain Aspects of the Chamorro Culture and Language.
    • Executive Order 95-19 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Purchase Ambulances for the Guam Fire Department.
    • Executive Order 2008-27 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26,2008, THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS DAY, A SPECIAL HOLIDAY FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 95-18 :
      Establish a Chamorro Heritage Institute Planning Group to Study and Develop a Plan and Proposed Legislation to Coordinate the Current and Future Government Functions which Preserve and Maintain Aspects of the Chamorro Culture and Language.
    • Executive Order 2008-26 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 2008-25 :
      RELATIVE TO TRANSFERRING THE DEPARTMENT OF INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES (DISID) RESIDENTIAL HOMES ON GUAM AND OFF-ISLAND TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE (DMHSA)
    • Executive Order 2008-24 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 95-18 :
      Establish a Chamorro Heritage Institute Planning Group to Study and Develop a Plan and Proposed Legislation to Coordinate the Current and Future Government Functions which Preserve and Maintain Aspects of the Chamorro Culture and Language.
    • Executive Order 2008-23 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR EXEMPT AND NONEXEMPT EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION TO ASSIST IN THE TIMELY ISSUANCE OF REBATE CHECKS PROVIDED IN THE ECONOMIC STIMULUS ACT OF 2008
    • Executive Order 2008-22 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 95-17 :
      Relative to Establishing a Guam Steering Committee for 1995 U.S. Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) Recommendations to Coordinate Guam\'s Response to these Recommendations.
    • Executive Order 2008-21 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE GUAM PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM HAGATNA MAIN LIBRARY
    • Executive Order 2008-20 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ALLOW GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES TO ASSIST IN REPAIRING GPSS SCHOOLS
    • Executive Order 2008-19 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 2008-18 :
      INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 95-16 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency in Order to Recruit Retired Police Officers in the Guam Police Department to Assist in the \"War On Ice\"
    • Executive Order 2008-17 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 95-15 :
      Establishing a Task Force to Develop and Oversee the Marketing Program for the Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency\'s Art Gallery and the Guam Museum in Tumon and Designating the Lead Agency as the Guam Council on the Arts and the Humanities Agency as Chair and the Guam Museum as Vice Chair.
    • Executive Order 95-14 :
      Establishment of a Program Coordinating Committee for the Family Self-Sufficiency Program.
    • Executive Order 2008-16 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ALLOW GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES TO ASSIST IN REPAIRING GPSS SCHOOLS
    • Executive Order 2008-15 :
      RELATIVE TO DESIGNATING THE DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH AFFAIRS THE STATE COMPLIANCE MONITORING AGENCY OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION ACT OF 2002
    • Executive Order 2008-13 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ALLOW GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES TO ASSIST IN REPAIRING GPSS SCHOOLS
    • Executive Order 95-13 :
      Relative to Establishing a Welfare Reform Task Force.
    • Executive Order 2008-14 :
      RELATIVE TO THE CREATION OF THE LAW REVISION COMMISSION ON JUVENILE JUSTICE
    • Executive Order 95-12 :
      Establishment of Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC), Pursuant to Title 29 United States Codes, 796 ET SEQ.
    • Executive Order 2008-13 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ALLOW GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES TO ASSIST IN REPAIRING GPSS SCHOOLS
    • Executive Order No. 2000-18 :
      Relative to Declaring a Second State of Emergency
    • Executive Order 2008-12 :
      RELATIVE DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY A THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order No. 2000-17 :
      Relative to the Reorganizing and Realigning Parts
    • Executive Order 2008-11 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A 2008 GUAM ISLAND FAIR / 64th LIBERATION DAY ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE TO PLAN AND MAKE APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE GUAM ISLAND FAIR AND LIBERATION DAY CARNIVAL AND PARADE.
    • Executive Order 2008-10 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 2008-09 :
      RELATIVE TO RESTRUCTURING THE CIVILIAN/MILITARY TASK FORCE TO MAXIMIZE OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE GUAM COMMUNITY RESULTING FROM THE INCREASED MILITARY PRESENCE
    • Executive Order 2008-08 :
      RELATIVE TO APPROVING THE 2008 UPDATES FOR THE JOSE D. LEON GUERRERO COMMERCIAL PORT OF GUAM MASTER PLAN
    • Executive Order 2008-07 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE GUAM CHINA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
    • Executive Order 2008-06 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 2008-05 :
      RELATIVE TO ADOPTING AND PROMULGATING THE 2008 GUAM HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN
    • Executive Order 2008-04 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2006-11 AND RECONVENING THE GOVERNOR\'S PANDEMIC PLAN TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 2008-03 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE GUAM EARLY LEARNING COUNCIL FOR. GUAM\'S EARLY CHILDHOOD COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM
    • Executive Order 2008-02 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMEMERGENCY TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE CONTROL THE RECENTLY INTRODUCED COCONUT RHINOCEROS BEETLE, WHICH POSES SERIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC THREATS TO THE PEOPLE OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2008-01 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING A BUILDING ENERGY CODE TASK FORCE COMMITTEE AS PART OF AN INITIATIVE TO CREATE A PARTNERSHIP WITH HAWAII STATE ENERGY OFFICE IN REVIEWING THE MODEL TROPICAL BUILDING ENERGY CODE DRAFT
    • Executive Order No. 2000-19 :
      In reference toTitle 26 of the Guam Admin. R-1
    • Executive Order 2009-18 :
      RELATIVE TO TRANSFERRING HOUSING UNITS TO THE GUAM HOUSING AND URBAN RENEWAL AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE SHELTERS FOR GUAM\'S HOMELESS POPULATION
    • Executive Order No. 2000-18 :
      Relative to Declaring a Second State of Emergency
    • Executive Order 2009-17 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR EXEMPT AND NONEXEMPT EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION, GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY, THE BUREAU OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH, AND DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ENSURE THE FISCAL CONCERNS OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ARE ADDRESSED
    • Executive Order No. 2000-17 :
      Relative to the Reorganizing and Realigning Parts or Functions
    • Executive Order 2009-16 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ESTABLISHING THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) 2009 INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU VACCINE CAMPAIGNS FROM SEPTEMBER THROUGH DECEMBER 2009 AND MEASURES TO ASSIST AND SUPPORT THE GUAM PANDEMIC PLANNING TASK FORCE ON PROGRESSIVE PLANNING AND RESPONSE EFFORTS FOR THE UPCOMING DEPLOYMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF VACCINES TO PROTECT ISLAND RESIDENTS FROM THE IMMINENT THREAT OF THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU DURING THE PLANNED \"SECOND WAVE\" IN OUR COMMUNITY.
    • Executive Order No. 2000-16 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A SISTER CITY RELATIONSHIP
    • Executive Order 2009-15 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING AN EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO EXPEDITE THE ISLAND-WIDE PREPARATION AND RECOVERY FROM TROPICAL STORM (18W)
    • Executive Order No. 2000-15 :
      Relative to Declaring a State of Emergency
    • Executive Order 2009-11 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR EXEMPT AND NON-EXEMPT EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION TO PROCESS INDIVIDUAL AND CORPORATE TAX REFUNDS AND THE COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT AWARDED IN SUPERIOR COURT CASE NO. SP0206-93
    • Executive Order 2000-14 :
      Relative to Rescinding the GAG ORDER of E.xecutive Order
    • Executive Order No. 2000-13 :
      RELATIVE TO DIRECTING THE GUAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    • Executive Order 2009-14 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) 2009 INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU VACCINE CAMPAIGNS FROM SEPTEMBER THROUGH DECEMBER 2009 AND MEASURES TO ASSIST AND SUPPORT THE GUAM PANDEMIC PLANNING TASK FORCE ON PROGRESSIVE PLANNING AND RESPONSE EFFORTS FOR THE UPCOMING DEPLOYMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF VACCINES TO PROTECT ISLAND RESIDENTS FROM THE IMMINENT THREAT OF THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU DURING THE PLANNED \"SECOND WAVE\" IN OUR COMMUNITY.
    • Executive Order 95-11 :
      In Reference to Establishing a Definition of Employees Employed in a Bonafide Executive Administrative or Professional Capacity.
    • Executive Order 2009-13 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING Executive Order NO. 2005-35 ADOPTING THE GUAM STORMWATER MANAGEMENT CRITERIA FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND OTHER GOVERNMENT OF GUAM PROJECTS
    • Executive Order 2009-12 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING THE GUAM eHEALTH COLLABORATIVE (GeHC)
    • Executive Order No. 2000-12 :
      Relative to Creating the Airport Business Development
    • Executive Order 2009-11 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR EXEMPT AND NON-EXEMPT EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION TO PROCESS INDIVIDUAL AND CORPORATE TAX REFUNDS AND THE COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENT AWARDED IN SUPERIOR COURT CASE NO. SP0206-93
    • Executive Order 2009-10 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR EXEMPT AND NONEXEMPT EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION TO PROCESS INDIVIDUAL AND CORPORATE INCOME TAX RETURNS FOR TAX YEAR 2006 AND PRIOR
    • Executive Order 2009-09 :
      RELATIVE TO THE PROCESSING OF INVOICES FOR FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROJECTS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 95-11 :
      Establishing a Definition of Employees Employed in a Bonafide Executive Administrative or Professional Capacity, Ineligible for Payment of Overtime or Compensatory Time, and Directing its Immediate Implementation.
    • Executive Order 2009-08 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING THE HEALTHY GUAM INITIATIVE Government of Guam Employee HEALTH Program Steering Committee
    • Executive Order 2009-07 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE GUAM REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY PENDING CONFIRMATION OF A QUORUM OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
    • Executive Order 2009-06 :
      RELATIVE TO PERFORMING AN EMERGENCY CHILD CARE DEVELOPMENT FUND PROGRAM (CCDF) PLAN TO ADDRESS THE BACKLOG OF CASE PROCESSING AND CONDUCT PRESCREENING OF ELIGIBILITY FOR NEW AND/OR REOPEN CASES A WAITING TO RECEIVE CHILD CARE SERVICES
    • Executive Order 95-10 :
      Authorizing the Department of Public Works to Utilize Emergency Procurement to Obtain Construction Materials to Repair Government House Roof and Adelup Complex Roof and Other Repairs Prior to Onset of Rainy Season.
    • Executive Order 2009-05 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE GUAM REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY PENDING CONFIRMATION OF A QUORUM OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
    • Executive Order 2009-04 :
      RELATIVE TO PLACING THE BUREAU OF WOMEN\'S AFFAIRS UNDER THE ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    • Executive Order 95-09 :
      Establishing the Governors Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.
    • Executive Order 95-08 :
      Revitalizing the Guam Health Planning and Development Agency and Guam Health Coordinating Council to Produce a Five (5) Year Guam Health Plan (Healthcare 2000).
    • Executive Order 95-07 :
      Emergency Response Commission Represented by Various Government Agencies to Plan and Implement Guam\'s Response Concerning Hazardous Materials.
    • Executive Order 2009-03 :
      RELATIVE TO TRANSFERRING HOUSING UNITS TO THE GUAM HOUSING AND URBAN RENEWAL AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE SHELTERS FOR GUAM\'S HOMELESS POPULATION
    • Executive Order 95-06 :
      Establishing a Task Force in Preparation for the 1996 Seventh Festival of the Pacific Arts (\'FestPac\') and Designating the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency as the Lead Agency.
    • Executive Order No. 2000-11 :
      Relative to Creating a Joint SRF Task Force
    • Executive Order No. 2000-10 :
      Relative to Enhancing the Apprentice Training
    • Executive Order No. 2000-09 :
      Relative to Empaneling a Task Force to Organization
    • Executive Order No. 2000-09 :
      Relative to Empaneling a Task Force to Organization
    • Executive Order No. 2000-08 :
      DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT
    • E.O.-2000-08-DECLARING-A-STATE-OF-EMERGENCY-FOR-EMERGENCY-PROCUREMENT :
    • Executive Order No. 2000-07 :
      Relative to Requiring All Legislative Rqsts to
    • Executive Order No. 2000-06 :
      Relative to Compensating DOC Officers for Carrying
    • Executive Order No. 2000-05 :
      Relative to Creating a Lada Estates Task Force
    • E.O.-2000-05-Relative-to-Creating-a-Lada-Estates-Task-Force :
    • Executive Order No. 2000-04 :
      Relative to Establishing Committee to Hold a G
    • Executive Order No. 2000-02 :
      RELATIVE TO INCREASING THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2009-02 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 2000-01 :
      Relative to Transferring DOD Contract Personnel
    • Executive Order 2009-01 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 95-05 :
      Repeal of Quarantine and Public Health Regulations Relative to Disinfection by spraying of Aircraft upon International Entry to Guam at the Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport
    • Executive Order 95-04 :
      \"REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE MEANS TEST PER PUBLIC LAW 22-161 OF THE FIVE (5) ILLNESSES SUCH AS TUBERCULOSIS, LYTICO, BODIG, INSULIN FOR DIABETES, AND IRREVERSIBLE RENAL FAILURE OF THE MEDICALLY INDIGENT PROGRAM\"
    • Executive Order 95-03 :
      Repealing Executive Order 94-18
    • Executive Order 95-02 :
      Relative to the Komitea Para Tiyan and the Assumption of Caretaker Responsibilities for Naval Air Station Guam.
    • Executive Order 2010-23 :
      RELATIVE TO THE EXECUTION OF CHANGE ORDERS FOR HIGHWAY PROJECTS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 2010-22 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 2010-20
    • Executive Order 2010-21 :
      RELATIVE TO PERFORMING AN EMERGENCY COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM (CSBG) PLAN TO ADDRESS THE BACKLOG OF CASE PROCESSING, UPDATING CLIENT FILES, AND TO CONDUCT PRESCREENING OF ELIGIBILITY FOR ARRA CASES
    • Executive Order 2010-20 :
      RELATIVE TO THE CREATION OF THE HEALTH REFORM ADVISORY TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 2010-18 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY EXPENSES RELATIVE TO THE PROVISION OF GOODS AND SERVICES BY THE OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND CIVIL DEFENSE IN COORDINATION WITH THE VARlOUS RESPONDING DEPARTMENT AND AGENCIES OF THE GOVERNMENT DUE TO AN UNDERGROUND SEATED FIRE NEAR CHALAN IFIL, YIGO.
    • Executive Order 2010-17 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE GOVERNOR\'S COUNCIL ON INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS
    • Executive Order 2010-16 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT AND EMERGENCY EXPENSES RELATIVE TO THE PROVISION OF GOODS AND SERVICES BY THE OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND CIVIL DEFENSE IN COORDINATION WITH THE VARlOUS RESPONDING DEPARTMENT AND AGENCIES OF THE GOVERNMENT DUE TO AN UNDERGROUND SEATED FIRE NEAR CHALAN IFIL, YIGO.
    • Executive Order 2010-15 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING AN ENERGY TASK FORCE COMMITTEE TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A STRATEGIC ENERGY PLAN
    • Executive Order 2010-14 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2010-11
    • Executive Order 2010-13 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR EXEMPT AND NONEXEMPT EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION TO PROCESS THE COST OF LIVING ALLOWANCE (COLA) CLAIMS AND CERTIFICATES PURSUANT TO PUBLIC LAWS 29-18 AND 30-101
    • Executive Order 2010-12 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING THE PAYMENT OF OVERTIME FOR THE DIVISION OF SENIOR CITIZENS, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES TO EXPEDITE THE COORDINATION, IMPLEMENTATION, AND MONITORING OF THE NECESSARY ACTIVITIES FOR THE UTILIZATION OF AMERICAN REINVESTMENT AND RECOVERY ACT (ARRA) OF 2009 FUNDS FOR THE PROVISION OF CONGREGATE NUTRITION SERVICES.
    • Executive Order 2010-11 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING A GUAHAN COMPATIBILITY SUSTAINABILITY STUDY POLICY COMMITTEE AND GUAHAN COMPATIBILITY SUSTAINABILITY STUDY TECHINICAL WORKING GROUP(S)
    • Executive Order 2010-10 :
      RELATIVE TO APPOINTING THE MAYORS\' COUNCIL OF GUAHAN TO PLAN AND ORGANIZE THE 2010 GUAHAN ISLAND FAIR AND LIBERATION DAY CARNIVAL AND PARADE
    • Executive Order 2010-09 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY TO EXTEND THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) 2009 INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU VACCINE CAMPAIGNS THROUGH MARCH 2010 AND MEASURES TO ASSIST AND SUPPORT THE GUAHAN PANDEMIC PLANNING TASK FORCE ON PROGRESSIVE PLANNING AND RESPONSE EFFORTS FOR THE UPCOMING DEPLOYMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF VACCINES TO PROTECT ISLAND RESIDENTS FROM THE IMMINENT THREAT OF THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU DURING THE PLANNED \"SECOND WAVE\" IN OUR COMMUNITY.
    • Executive Order 2010-08 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING A MULTI-AGENCY ADVISORY GROUP TO ASSIST THE CHAMORRO LAND TRUST COMMISSION
    • Executive Order 2010-07 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY IN ORDER TO ASSIST THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE TO COMPLY WITH THE MANDATES OF THE PERMANENT INJUNCTION ISSUED IN THE J.C. ET. AL V. FELIX CAMACHO, GOVERNOR OF GUAHAN ET. AL. AS WELL AS FURTHER COURT ORDERS ISSUED ON THE SAME MATTER ON JULY 1, 2009 AND OCTOBER 23, 2009
    • Executive Order 2010-06 :
      RELATIVE TO CHANGING THE OFFICIAL NAME OF GUAM TO GUAHAN
    • Executive Order 2010-05 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A CONTINUING STATE OF EMERGENCY TO EXTEND THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) 2009 INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU VACCINE CAMPAIGNS THROUGH MARCH 2010 AND MEASURES TO ASSIST AND SUPPORT THE GUAM PANDEMIC PLANNING TASK FORCE ON PROGRESSIVE PLANNING AND RESPONSE EFFORTS FOR THE UPCOMING DEPLOYMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF VACCINES TO PROTECT ISLAND RESIDENTS FROM THE IMMINENT THREAT OF THE PANDEMIC (H1N1) INFLUENZA AND REGULAR SEASONAL FLU DURING THE PLANNED \"SECOND WAVE\" IN OUR COMMUNITY.
    • Executive Order 2010-04 :
      RELATIVE TO DELEGATING TO THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE GUAM NATIONAL GUARD IN HIS CAPACITY AS DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS, THE AUTHORITY TO SIGN, ON BEHALF OF GUAM, THE NATIONAL GUARD MASTER COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT AND ITS APPENDICES
    • Executive Order 2010-03 :
      RELATIVE TO AUTHORIZING OVERTIME FOR CERTAIN EXEMPT POSITIONS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION TO UPDATE BANKING AND INSURANCE REPORTS AND OTHER RELATED WORK AUTHORIZED BY THE BANKING AND INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
    • Executive Order 2010-02 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO EVALUATE CURRENT REGULATIONS FOR SHOOTING GALLERIES.
    • Executive Order 2010-01 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2009-09 TO AUTHORIZE THE PAYMENT OF OVERTIME FOR THE PROCESSING OF CONTRACTS, INVOICES, PERMITS, APPLICATIONS, AND OTHER WORK RELATED TO FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROJECTS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
    • Executive Order 95-01 :
      Cash Management Directive for Remainder of FY 95
    • Executive Order No. 2013-011 :
      Relative to the Government of Guam employee participation in step four of the Government government grievance procedures of the Department of Administration's Personnel Rules and Regulations; the formulation of the Grievance Review Board (GRB) members will decrease from seven to three
    • Executive Order No. 2013-010 :
      Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the Island-wide response and recovery of terrential rain and strong winds caused by Typhoon Francisco causing widespread flooding and coastal inundation.
    • Executive Order No. 2013-009 :
      Relative of updating and reinforcing the establishment of the Guam Food Safety Task Force
    • Executive Order No. 2013-008 :
      WHEREAS, Guam has approximately over thirteen thousand (13,000) Veterans from all United States wars and conflicts
    • Executive Order No. 2013-007 :
      Relative to the execution of change orders and contract amendments for the hot bond projects administered by the Guam Economic Development Authority.
    • Executive Order No. 2013-006 :
      Relative to declaring a State of Emergency to assist the Department of Agriculture in controlling the recently introduced little fire ant, which poses serious health, environmental and economic threats to the people of Guam.
    • Executive Order No. 2013-005 :
      Relative to paying increments for the Guam Memorial Hospital, paying remaining merit bonuses for the line agencies and the Department of Correction, paying the accrued and unpaid promised compensation for the line agencies and the Department of Education, and serving notice to the Legislature of the use of the two-percent reserve for Fiscal Year 2014 and for the incremental and phased-in implementation of the Hay Plan.
    • Executive Order No. 2013-004 :
      Relative to lifting the freeze on salary step increases for all Government of Guam Executive Branch employees by rescinding Executive Order No. 2011-14
    • Executive Order No. 2013-003 :
      Relative to creating a Guam Science and Technology committee to develop and implement a Science and Technology education and workplace development plan.
    • Executive Order No. 2013-002 :
      Relative to declaring an emergency in order to expedite the island-wide preparation and recovery from impact from the North Korean ballistic missile launch and for the provision of services by the Guam National Guard to assist the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order No. 2013-001 :
      Relative to the transfer of funding and administrative responsibilities for the community habilitation program and the respite program from the department of integrated services for individuals with disabilities to the department of mental health and substance use.
    • Executive Order No. 2015-015 :
      Relative to requiring all Government of Guam Agencies Autonomous Instrumentalities, Commissions and Boards to develop and implement a Language Access Plan (LAP) to address the Communication needs of Persons of Limited English Proficiency (LEP), those who have Literacy Challenges, Individuals with Disabilities, and those who are Deaf or have Hard of Hearing (DHH) Impairments, in Compliance with U.S. Presidential Executive Order 13166 and Relevant U.S. Department of Justice and Territorial Regulatory and Accreditation Mandates
    • Executive Order No. 2015-14 :
      Relative to declaring a State of Emergency authorising the Lease and Procurement of Top Lifters for the Port Authority of Guam
    • Executive Order No. 2015-13 :
      Relative to the Control of the Management and Operations of the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority
    • Executive Order No. 2015-12 :
      Relative to declaring the Day after Thanksgiving a Holiday
    • Executive Order No. 2015-11 :
      Relative to declaring an Emergency in order to expedite the Repair of Route 1, Marine Corps Drive
    • Executive Order No. 2012-016 :
      Relative to the Creation of the Governor\'s Executive Committee for System of Care
    • Executive Order No. 2015-10 :
      Relative to the Protection of the Island in the Event of a Catastrophic Disaster and to the Establishment of the Disaster Debris Management Task Force
    • Executive Order No. 2012-015 :
      Relative to Authorizing Overtime for Certain Exempt Positions at Guam Election Commission
    • Executive Order No. 2015-09 :
      Relative to establishing a Social Media Policy for the Executive Branch of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 2012-14 :
      Relative to Reducing Holiday Pay to Mitigate the Government of Guam Financial Crisis
    • Executive Order No. 2015-08 :
      Relative to addressing the Impact Climate Change
    • Executive Order 2012-13 :
      Relative to the Amendment of Executive Order 2010-23 and the Execution of Change Orders and Contract Amendments for Highway Projects at DPW
    • Executive Order No. 2015-07 :
      Relative to amending Executive Order No. 90-03 to designate the Chief Procurement Officer as the Certifying Officer of the General Services Agency Special Fund
    • Executive Order 2012-12 :
      Interoperable Communications System Executive Committee
    • Executive Order 2012-11 :
      Relative to Rescinding Section 4 of Executive Order 2002-14 to Revert the Authority of the Guam Product Seal Trademark and Certificate Program from the DRT to the GEDA
    • Executive Order No. 2015-06 :
      Relative to creating the Guam First Commission Advisory Council
    • Executive Order 2012-10 :
      Relative to Creating the Governor\'s Performance Based Management System Executive Steering Committee
    • Executive Order 2012-09 :
      Relative to Creating the Governor\'s Affordable Housing Coordinating Council
    • Executive Order 2012-08 :
      Amending Executive Order No. 2011-10 & Executive Order No. 2011-11 (which first amended the original E.O.), which Created the Fiscal Responsibility and Tax Refund Commission
    • Executive Order 2012-07 :
      Relative to Implementing a Government of Guam Worksite Wellness Program
    • Executive Order 2012-06 :
      Relative to Creating the Guam First Commission Advisory Council
    • Executive Order 2012-05 :
      Adoption of the Guam Coral Reef Initiative (CRI) to Establish a Policy Development Mechanism for the Protection of Guam\'s Coral Reefs (Supersedes E.O. 97-10)
    • Executive Order 2012-04 :
      Relative to Amending Executive Order No. 2000-10 to Promote On-The-Job Training and the Hiring Apprentices for Government of Guam Construction Projects
    • Executive Order 2012-03 :
      Relative to Empanelling the Educational Learning Task Force
    • Executive Order 2012-02 :
      Relative to Adopting Stormwater Management Criteria for Guam
    • Executive Order 2012-01 :
      Relative to Establishing Guidelines in Support of the Fiscal Stabilzation, Deficit Reduction, Cost-Containment and for Improved Efficiency in Government Operations
    • Executive Order 2011-16 :
      Relative to Authorizing Overtime for Certain Exempt Positions at the Department of Revenue and Taxation
    • Executive Order 2011-15 :
      Relative to Declaring the Day After Thanksgiving a Holiday
    • Executive Order 2011-14 :
      Relative to Freezing Salary Step Increases for All Government of Guam Executive Branch Employees
    • Executive Order 2011-13 :
      Relative to the Protection of the Island in the Event of a Catastrophic Disaster and to the Creation of a Mass Care Emergency Assistance Task Force
    • Executive Order 2011-12 :
      Relative to Creating the Governor\'s Affordable Housing Coordinating Council
    • Executive Order 2011-11 :
      Relative to Amending Executive Order No. 2011-10, Which Created the Fiscal Responsibility and Tax Refund Commission
    • Executive Order No. 2015-05 :
      Relative to rescinding Executive Order No. 2005-22 and Executive Order No. 2005-11; and placing the Serve Guam Commission on National Community Service, within the Office of the Government
    • Executive Order 2011-10 :
      Relative to Creating the Fiscal Responsibility and Tax Refund Commission
    • Executive Order 2011-09 :
      Relative to Adopting and Promulgating the Updated 2011 Guam Hazard Mitigation Plan (without attachment)
    • Executive Order No. 2015-04 :
      Relative to amending Executive Order No. 2015-03 establishing a Department of Corrections Blue Ribbon to assess the Conditions Facilities and Overcrowding, guide the Overall Construction of its Prison System
    • Executive Order No. 2015-03 :
      Relative to establishing a Department of Corrections Blue Ribbon Commission to assess the conditions of the Department of Corrections Facilities and overcrowding, guide the overall construction and development of its Prison Systems
    • Executive Order No. 2015-02 :
      Relative to authorising the Donation of Surplus Topsoil Sand, Gravel, and other Construction backfill materials to Schools and Village Organizations for use in Educational and Sporting Activities
    • Executive Order No. 2015-01 :
      Relative to rescinding Executive Order No. 2011-08 and placing the Agency for Human Resources Development under the Administrative Supervision of the Department of Labor
    • Executive Order 2014-20 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS A HOLIDAY
    • Executive Order 2014-19 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE GUAM CYBER SECURITY WORKING GROUP
    • Executive Order 2014-18 :
      RELATIVE TO DECKARUBG A STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE GUAM PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM HATAGNA MAIN FACILITY
    • Executive Order 2014-17 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING THE DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING A HOLIDAY
    • Executive Order 2011-08 :
      Relative to Restoring the Administrative Autonomy of the Agency for Human Resources Development
    • Executive Order 2014-16 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING E.O. NO 2008-04 TO ESTABLISH THE GOVERNOR\'S PANDEMIC AND COMMUNICABLE DISEAS OUTBREAK TASK FORCE
    • Executive Order 2014-15 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING A STATE OF EMERGENCY AT THE GUAM PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM, HAAGATNA MAIN FACILITY
    • Executive Order 2014-14 :
      RELATIVE AMENDING E.O. NO 2014-04 TO AUTHORIZE THE GRTA TO DEVELOP AN INVITATION FOR BID FOR IMPLEMENTING THE INTEGRATED...
    • Executive Order 2011-07 :
      Relative to Amending EO 2010-14
    • Executive Order 2011-06 :
      Relative to Creating The Governor\'s Council of Economic Advisors
    • Executive Order 2014-13 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING AND AUTHORIZING THE IMANGINE GUAM PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 2014-13 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING AND AUTHORIZING THE IMANGINE GUAM PROGRAM
    • Executive Order 2014-12 :
      RELATIVE TO DIRECTING THE CONDUCT OF AN ISLANDWIDE MEASLES VACCINATION CAMPAIGN USING THE MEASLES, MUMPS, AND RUBELLA (MMR) VACCINE AMONG INDIVIDUALS 1 - 49 YEARS OF AGE F...
    • Executive Order No. 2011-05 :
      Relative to Amending Executive 2010-22
    • Executive Order No. 2011-04 :
      Relative to appointing the Mayor's Council of Guam to plan and organize the 67th Guam Island Fair and Liberation Day Carnival and Parade 2011
    • Executive Order 2014-11 :
      RELATVE TO ADOPTING AND PROMULGATING THE UPDATED 2014 GUAM HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN
    • Executive Order No. 2011-03 :
      Relative to amending Executive Order No. 2003-29 which created the Governor's Peace (Prevention and Early Intervention Advisory Community Empowerment) Council
    • Executive Order 2017-02 :
      Relative to a complete transfer of the Chamorro Village (Y Sengsong Chamorro) to The Guam Economic Development Authority
    • Executive Order 2017-01 :
      Relative to suppressing the importation, distribution and selling of narcotics and illicit drugs and alcohol in Guam; and preventing a further increase in narcotics on Guam
    • Executive Order 2014-10 :
      RELATIVE TO RE-ESTABLISHING THE GUAM INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS WORKING GROUP
    • Executive Order 2014-09 :
      RELATIVE TO AMENDING E.O. NO 2012-24 AND E.O. NO 2014-06 TO PROVIDE ON-THE-JOB TRAINING AND HIRING OF APPRENTICES OF GOVERNMENT OF GUAM CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
    • Executive Order 2014-08 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A SELF ADVOCATE IN ACTION (SINA) COUNCILFOR THE TERRITORY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 2014-07 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING THE GUAM NATURE ALLIANCE IN PLACE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATON COMMITTEE SUBCOMMITTEE
    • Executive Order 2014-05 :
      RELATIVE TO DECLARING GUAM HISTORY CHAMORRO HERITAGE DAY A HOLIDAY
    • Executive Order 2014-04 :
      RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHING A PILOT PROGRAM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEM
    • Executive Order. 2011-02 :
      - Rescinding Executive Order No. 2010-024 & Executive Order No. 2010-25
    • Executive Order No. 2011-01 :
      Relative to directing department and agency heads to develop and recommend cost reduction, cost containment, operational efficiency and revenue enhancement measures.
    • Executive Order 2014-03 :
      RELATIVE TO CREATING A CITIZEN CORPS COUNCIL TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT AN ISLANDWIDE CITIZEN CORPS PLAN
    • Executive Order 2014-02 :
      RELATIVE TO THE GUAM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STRIKE FORCE
    • Executive Order 2014-01 :
      RELATIVE TO PROVIDING FOR THE EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT OF BACKUP GENERATORS AT THE PORT AUTHORITY OF GUAM
    • Executive Order 69-31 :
      Amendment to E.O. 67-6, as amended by E.O. 69-20, as amended by E.O. 69-24, relative to the Staff Planning Council
    • Executive Order 69-30 :
      Amendment of E.O. 63-8 regarding Government Transportation Control
    • Executive Order 69-29 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Guam American Revolution Bicentennial Commission
    • Executive Order 69-28 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 35 – Taking of Coconut Crabs (Birgus Latro)
    • Executive Order 69-25 :
      Amendment of E.O. 65-7 – Staffing of the Economic Opportunity Commission
    • Executive Order 69-24 :
      Amendment to E.O. 67-6 as amended by E.O. 69-20 regarding the Staff Planning Council
    • Executive Order 69-23 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Rules and Regulations for the Guam International Air Terminal
    • Executive Order 69-22 :
      Personnel Rules and Regulations – Appointment in an acting capacity (Administrative and/or supervisory level)
    • Executive Order 69-21 :
      Amendment of E.O. 69-8 – Commission on Executive Clemency
    • Executive Order 69-20 :
      Amendment of E.O. 67-6 – Staff Planning Council
    • Executive Order 69-19 :
      Amendment of E.O. 63-4 Governor’s Committee on Problems of the Aging
    • Executive Order 69-18 :
      Amendment of a portion of E.O. 57-3 – Public Health Quarantine Regulation for the entry of Guam relating to the arrival of commercial vessels and aircraft and entry of passengers and certain animals into Guam
    • Executive Order 69-17 :
      Amendment of E.O. 67-21 relative to the Guam Farmers Cooperative Association Revolving Loan Fund
    • Executive Order 69-16 :
      Amendment of E.O. 67-20 – Farmers Small Loan Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 69-15 :
      Relative to the repeal of E.O. 69-11 relative to the authority to enter into agreement, University of Guam
    • Executive Order 69-14 :
      Relative to the Department of Public Health and Social Services Regulations – Zoonosis Control Section
    • Executive Order 69-13 :
      Transfer of the Security Section assigned to the Commercial Port from the Department of Public Safety to the Commercial Port of Guam
    • Executive Order 69-12 :
      Amendment to E.O. 66-19, relative to the composition of the Governor’s Commission on Delinquency, Crime and Law Enforcement
    • Executive Order 69-11 :
      Authority to enter into agreement, University of Guam
    • Executive Order 69-10 :
      Relative to Guam Daylight Saving Time
    • Executive Order 69-8 :
      Relative to the recognition of the Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 as the sole and exclusive bargaining agent for employees of the Department of Public Works assigned as Refuse Collector
    • Executive Order 69-7 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Commission on Executive Clemency
    • Executive Order 69-6 :
      Designation of agency – Federal Solid Waste Disposal Act
    • Executive Order 69-5 :
      Relative to the designation of the Department of Land Management to administer training and fellowship programs for community development
    • Executive Order 69-4 :
      Relative to hunting regulations
    • Executive Order 69-3 :
      Relative to Parole Supervision, Department of Corrections
    • Executive Order 69-2 :
      Repeal of Guam Daylight Saving Time
    • Executive Order 69-1 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Guam Tourist Commission
    • Executive Order 68-31 :
      Relative to the designation of the Department of Public Health and Social Services to administer the planning program to combat mental illness
    • Executive Order 68-30 :
      Amendment to E.O. 68-23 relative to the Department of Corrections
    • Executive Order 68-29 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the rules and regulations relative to the deposit of Government of Guam funds in eligible banks
    • Executive Order 68-28 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Parks and Grounds Division of the Department of Land Management to the Department of Commerce
    • Executive Order 68-27 :
      Relative to the regulations for the Guam Territorial Income Tax
    • Executive Order 68-26 :
      Relative to the restrictions on taking fish in the area of Agana Small Boat Basin, Agana Small Boat Channel, and a portion of the shoreline surrounding the Paseo de Susana and prohibiting the catching of introduced freshwater species of fish
    • Executive Order 68-25 :
      Relative to Work Release Program Regulations
    • Executive Order 68-24 :
      Relative to the organization and functions of the Department of Revenue and Taxation
    • Executive Order 68-23 :
      Relative to the Department of Corrections
    • Executive Order 68-22 :
      Relative to the organization and functions of the Department of Administration
    • Executive Order 68-21 :
      Relative to the Farmers Market
    • Executive Order 68-20 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions performed by the Bureau of Management Research to the Bureau of Budget to constitute one bureau known as the Bureau of Budget and Management Research
    • Executive Order 68-19 :
      Relative to the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966 – Compliance
    • Executive Order 68-18 :
      Relative to the regulations governing provisions of Chapters 3 and 5, Title XVIII, of the Government Code of Guam regarding Zoning Code
    • Executive Order 68-17 :
      Amendment No. 2 to the Rules and Regulations of the Cockpit License Board
    • Executive Order 68-16 :
      Relative to the importation of dogs and cats from Hawaii
    • Executive Order 68-15 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 30 relating to Atulai Netting Regulations for Inarajan and Agfayan Bays”
    • Executive Order 68-14 :
      Relative to the cancellation of E.O. 68-6, and the establishment of the Board of Regents of the College of Guam with the responsibility of providing leadership, programming, and all general policy for educational telecommunications in Guam
    • Executive Order 68-13 :
      Relative to the cancellation of E.O. 60-20 and the established amendment of E.O. 59-14, regarding the Government Housing Committee
    • Executive Order 68-12 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Joint Government of Guam Armed Forces Vehicular Traffic Advisory Board
    • Executive Order 68-11 :
      Amendment of E.O. 63-20, relative to the Territorial Parole Board Rules
    • Executive Order 68-10 :
      Amendment of E.O. 59-14 regarding Government Housing
    • Executive Order 68-9 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Department of Agriculture Rules and Regulations – Agricultural Leases
    • Executive Order 68-8 :
      Relative to the flouridation of all public water supplies on Guam in accordance with procedures prescribed by the Director of the Department of Public Health and Social Services
    • Executive Order 68-7 :
      Relative to the redesignation of the Economic Opportunity Commission to the Community Action Agency
    • Executive Order 68-6 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Guam Educational Telecommunications Commission
    • Executive Order 68-5 :
      Relative to the Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 28 regarding the taking of Trochus Shells and the Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 29 regarding the taking of Spiny Lobsters (Panulirus SPP)
    • Executive Order 68-4 :
      Relative to the Typhoon Emergency Control Plan
    • Executive Order 68-3 :
      Amendment No. 2 to Part I of the Guam Economic Development Authority Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 68-2 :
      Relative to hunting regulations for 1968
    • Executive Order 68-1 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Schedule of Rates for Use of Public Sewer Systems”
    • Executive Order 67-22 :
      Relative to Government Housing
    • Executive Order 67-21 :
      Relative to the Guam Farmers Cooperative Association Revolving Loan Fund
    • Executive Order 67-20 :
      Relative to the Farmers Small Loan Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 67-19 :
      Amendment to E.O. 67-15 relative to the Rabies Advisory Committee
    • Executive Order 67-18 :
      Relative to the recognition of the “Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3″ as the sole and exclusive bargaining agent for the Commercial Port of Guam employees, excluding watchmen, guards, and supervisors
    • Executive Order 67-17 :
      Relative to designating Friday, November 10, 1967 as a legal holiday for certain Government Employees in lieu of Veterans’ Day
    • Executive Order 67-16 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Planning Council for the Coordination of Health and Social Services” within the Office of the Governor
    • Executive Order 67-15 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Rabies Advisory Committee”
    • Executive Order 67-14 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 5, Standards of Assistance”
    • Executive Order 67-13 :
      Relative to the adoption of the Guam Daylight Saving Time
    • Executive Order 67-12 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Civil Service Commission Departmental Personnel Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 67-11 :
      Relative to hunting and fishing regulations
    • Executive Order 67-10 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Commercial Port Manager”, amending Section 21, of the Rates and Regulations of the Commercial Port of Guam
    • Executive Order 67-9 :
      Relative to the embargo of the importation of any dog or cat into the Territory of Guam with the exception of guide dogs or military guard dogs
    • Executive Order 67-8 :
      Relative to Centralized Automatic Data Processing
    • Executive Order 67-7 :
      Relative to changes in employment and procurement procedures at the College of Guam
    • Executive Order 67-6 :
      Relative to the dissolution of the “Inter-Departmental Economic Planning Conference” and the establishment of the “Staff Planning Council”
    • Executive Order 67-5 :
      Amendment to E.O. 64-4 regarding Guam Boxing Regulations
    • Executive Order 67-4 :
      Relative to the redefinition of organized villages under the Building Law of Guam
    • Executive Order 67-3 :
      Relative to declaring a Public Health Emergency
    • Executive Order 67-2 :
      Relative to hunting and fishing regulations
    • Executive Order 67-1 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Department of Public Safety, Security Division
    • Executive Order 66-21 :
      Relative to the Bureau of Budget – Bureau of Management Research
    • Executive Order 66-20 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Public Health and Welfare Rules and Regulations for Operation of the Taguag Memorial Cemetery”
    • Executive Order 66-19 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Governor’s Commission on Delinquency, Crime and Law Enforcement in Guam”
    • Executive Order 66-18 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 24″, relating to the regulations and licenses for hunting fruit bat
    • Executive Order 66-17 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Parks and Grounds Section of the Department of Public Works to the Department of Land Management as the Parks and Grounds Division
    • Executive Order 66-16 :
      Amendment No. 1 Guam Economic Development Authority Rules and Regulations, Part I
    • Executive Order 66-15 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Regulations Governing Land Surveys in Guam”
    • Executive Order 66-14 :
      Relative to the regulations and licenses for hunting game birds
    • Executive Order 66-13 :
      Relative the regulations and licenses for hunting deer
    • Executive Order 66-12 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 21″, relating to restrictions on taking fish in the area of the Agana Small Boat Basin, Agana Small Boat Channel, and the shoreline surrounding the Paseo de Susana
    • Executive Order 66-11 :
      Relative to establishment of the “Commission of Vocational Education and Technical Training”
    • Executive Order 66-10 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Guam Economic Development Authority Rules and Regulations, Part I, Issuance of Qualifying Certificates”
    • Executive Order 66-9 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Governor’s Advisory Committee on Animal Control”
    • Executive Order 66-3 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 4, Standards of Assistance”
    • Executive Order 66-2 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Schedule of Taxi Rates”
    • Executive Order 66-1 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Youth Rehabilitation Committee”
    • Executive Order 65-13 :
      Relative to declaring Friday, December 24, 1965 and Friday, December 31, 1965 holidays for employees of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 65-12 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of Procurement and Supply Regulation No. 1
    • Executive Order 65-11 :
      Relative to the regulations and licenses for hunting game birds
    • Executive Order 65-10 :
      Relative to the regulations and licenses for hunting deer
    • Executive Order 65-9 :
      Relative to the change in employment procedures for certified personnel of the Department of Education, Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 65-8 :
      Relative to rescinding Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 12 and the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 14″, relating to restrictions on taking fish in the area of the Agana Small Boat Basin, Agana Small Boat Channel, and the shoreline surrounding Paseo de Susana
    • Executive Order 65-7 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Commission on Economic Opportunity within the Office of the Governor
    • Executive Order 65-6 :
      Relative to Amendment No. 1 to the organization and functions of the Department of Finance (E.O. 63-14)
    • Executive Order 65-5 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Commercial Port of Guam Advisory Committee”
    • Executive Order 65-4 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Commercial Port of Guam Security Division to the Department of Public Safety
    • Executive Order 65-3 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Commercial Port Rates and Regulations”
    • Executive Order 65-2 :
      Relative to regulations and licenses for hunting deer
    • Executive Order 65-1 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 12″, relating to restrictions on taking of fish in the area of the Agana Small Boat Basin, Agana Small Boat Channel, and the shoreline surrounding the Paseo de Susana
    • Executive Order 64-14 :
      Relative to the regulations and license for hunting deer
    • Executive Order 64-13 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of “Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 3, Standards of Assistance”
    • Executive Order 64-12 :
      Relative to the designation of the Department of Public Health and Welfare to administer a planning program to combat mental retardation
    • Executive Order 64-11 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Vehicle Safety Inspection Rules and Regulations”
    • Executive Order 64-10 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Bylaws of the Board of Trustees of the Guam Memorial Hospital
    • Executive Order 64-9 :
      Relative to declaring July 3, 1964 a nonwork day for employees of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 64-8 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Apprenticeship Development Committee
    • Executive Order 64-7 :
      Relative to declaring May 29, 1964 a holiday for the employees of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 64-6 :
      Relative to the By-Laws of the Board of Engineering and Architectural Examiners
    • Executive Order 64-5 :
      Relative to Increasing the School Lunch Fund to $192,000
    • Executive Order 64-4 :
      Relative to the Rules and Regulations Relative to Boxing in Guam
    • Executive Order 64-3 :
      Advisory Council for the Guam Employment Service Amendment
    • Executive Order 64-2 :
      Relative to the Typhoon Emergency Control Plan
    • Executive Order 64-1 :
      Relative to the regulation and license for hunting deer
    • Executive Order 63-28 :
      Relative to repealing E.O. 61-22 and its amendment by E.O. 61-25, establishing the Economic Development Commission and the Economic Incentive Commission
    • Executive Order 63-27 :
      Relative to repealing E.O. 59-17 regarding the Federal Aid Program
    • Executive Order 63-26 :
      Relative to the reorganization of the Department of Labor and Personnel
    • Executive Order 63-25 :
      Relative to Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 2 – Foster Homes
    • Executive Order 63-24 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Brodie Memorial School for Exceptional Children” within the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 63-23 :
      Relative to Amendment No. 1 to the Rules and Regulations of the Cockpit License Board
    • Executive Order 63-22 :
      Relative to repealing Section 3.07(b) of Procurement and Supply Regulation No. 1 and renumbering Section 3.07(c) to Section 3.07(b)
    • Executive Order 63-21 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Scholarship and Student Loan Program from the Board of Education to the Board of Regents of the College of Guam
    • Executive Order 63-20 :
      Relative the approval and promulgation of the “Territorial Parole Board Rules”
    • Executive Order 63-19 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Veterans Advisory Council
    • Executive Order 63-18 :
      Relative to rescinding E.O. 61-1 and re-establishing the Public Utility Agency of Guam as a separate instrumentality of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 63-17 :
      Relative to special meetings of the District Government Council
    • Executive Order 63-16 :
      Relative to the amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans
    • Executive Order 63-15 :
      Relative to the Utility Services, Sewage Systems
    • Executive Order 63-14 :
      Relative to the reorganization of the Department of Finance
    • Executive Order 63-13 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Office of Civil Defense from the Department of Public Safety to the Office of the Chief Commissioner
    • Executive Order 63-12 :
      Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $142,000
    • Executive Order 63-11 :
      Relative to Amendment No. 1 to the Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 1 regarding standards of assistance
    • Executive Order 63-10 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Guam Tourist Commission
    • Executive Order 63-9 :
      Relative to increasing the number of authorized members on the Governor’s Committee on Children and Youth
    • Executive Order 63-8 :
      Relative to Government Transportation Control
    • Executive Order 63-7 :
      Amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans
    • Executive Order 63-6 :
      Relative the Summer School Program and the establishment of the “Summer School Fund”
    • Executive Order 63-5 :
      Relative to travel in connection with Home Leave and completion of employee contract
    • Executive Order 63-4 :
      Relative to the establishment of the “Governor’s Committee on Problems of the Aging”
    • Executive Order 63-3 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Department of Medical Services Health and Sanitation Regulation No. 2″
    • Executive Order 63-2 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Governor’s Committee on Children and Youth
    • Executive Order 63-1 :
      Relative the designation of the Governor’s Residence as “Government House”
    • Executive Order 62-15 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Department of Public Works with reference to the operation and maintenance of buildings and grounds of the hospital complex to the Department of Medical Services
    • Executive Order 62-14 :
      Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $92,000
    • Executive Order 62-13 :
      Relative to designating Monday, December 24, 1962 a holiday for the employees of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 62-12 :
      Relative the repeal of the curfew restriction
    • Executive Order 62-11 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Governor’s Disaster Committee to be composed of representatives from the Navy, Air Force, each of the Federal agencies engaged in disaster relief, the Catholic and Protestant churches, Chamber of Commerce, Commissioners of Guam and the American Red Cross
    • Executive Order 62-10 :
      Relative to the modification of curfew laws
    • Executive Order 62-9 :
      Relative to the establishment of curfew laws
    • Executive Order 62-8 :
      Not Used
    • Executive Order 62-7 :
      Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $40,000
    • Executive Order 62-6 :
      Relative to temporary regulation, rates, and regulations of the Commercial Port of Guam
    • Executive Order 62-5 :
      Relative to the amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans
    • Executive Order 62-4 :
      Relative to the licenses for harboring or maintaining protected game in captivity
    • Executive Order 62-3 :
      Relative to the advisory council for the Guam Employment Service
    • Executive Order 62-2 :
      Relative to the increase of capital of the School Lunch Fund to $30,000
    • Executive Order 62-1 :
      Relative to the designation of the Division of Public Welfare of the Department of Medical Services as a single agency to administer Guam’s plan for medical assistance for the aged
    • Executive Order 61-26 :
      Relative to Government Housing, and Explosives and Explosive Devices Prohibited
    • Executive Order 61-24 :
      Relative to the abolition of the School Book Fund
    • Executive Order 61-23 :
      Relative to the designation of Friday, November 10, 1961 as a legal holiday for certain government employees in lieu of Veteran’s Day
    • Executive Order 61-22 :
      Relative to the Economic Development Commission
    • Executive Order 61-21 :
      Relative to the temporary regulation, rates and regulations of the Commercial Port of Guam
    • Executive Order 61-20 :
      Relative to designating “Guam” or “Territory of Guam” as the official name of this territory and the government of the territory as the “Government of Guam”
    • Executive Order 61-19 :
      Relative to the rescision of E.O. 61-12 and the restoration of the Overseas Pay Differential to 25% rate
    • Executive Order 61-18 :
      Relative to the designation of the Governor’s residence as “The Governor’s Palace”
    • Executive Order 61-17 :
      Relative to the transfer of management functions to the Department of Finance
    • Executive Order 61-16 :
      Relative to the amendments to the regulations governing scholarships and student loans
    • Executive Order 61-15 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Amendments to the Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 4, Relating to Fish Weirs, Location of Fish Weirs, and Procedure for Securing Fish Weir Permits”
    • Executive Order 61-14 :
      Relative to the regulations governing the minimum wage and hour act of Guam
    • Executive Order 61-13 :
      Relative to the delegation of functions of the Internal Revenue Service
    • Executive Order 61-12 :
      Relative to the reduction of overseas pay differential
    • Executive Order 61-11 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Department of Medical Services with reference to the operation and maintenance of vehicles and the maintenance of buildings and grounds to the Department of Public Works
    • Executive Order 61-10 :
      Relative to the authorizing the College of Guam to expand its curriculum to provide for the granting of a four-year, baccalaureate degree
    • Executive Order 61-9 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Division of Public Welfare to the Department of Medical Services and the organization of the Department of Medical Services
    • Executive Order 61-8 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Administration to the Department of Finance
    • Executive Order 61-7 :
      Relative to the correction of the Commercial Port Rates and Charges
    • Executive Order 61-6 :
      Relative to Government Housing and the amendment of Paragraph (b), Section 6 of E.O. 59-14
    • Executive Order 61-5 :
      Relative to the revocation of Daylight Saving Time and the restoration of Standard Time
    • Executive Order 61-4 :
      Relative to the abolition of the Territorial Extension Course Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 61-3 :
      Consolidation of the Office of Civil Defense with the Department of Public Safety
    • Executive Order 61-2 :
      Relative to the abolition of the Public Health Services Grant Fund
    • Executive Order 61-1 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Public Utility Agency of Guam to the Department of Public Works and the organization of the Department of Public Works
    • Executive Order 60-20 :
      Relative to Government Housing
    • Executive Order 60-19 :
      Relative to Banking Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 60-18 :
      Relative to the re-designation of the name and functions of the Parks, Monuments, and Museum Committee
    • Executive Order 60-17 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Division of Public Welfare, Department of Finance, with reference to maintaining a detention home and providing allied juvenile care, to the Department of Medical Services
    • Executive Order 60-16 :
      Relative to the abolition of the Parks Section, Division of Planning, Department of Land Management, and transfer of functions thereof to the Department of Public Works
    • Executive Order 60-15 :
      Relative to the transfer of the Guam Museum from the Department of Land Management to the Guam Public Library
    • Executive Order 60-14 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Office of Budget and Management
    • Executive Order 60-13 :
      Relative to the amendment to Public Health Quarantine Regulations
    • Executive Order 60-12 :
      Relative to the use of Government Vehicles
    • Executive Order 60-11 :
      Relative to the increase of capital of School Lunch Fund
    • Executive Order 60-10 :
      Relative to the “Commercial Port of Guam Rates and Regulations”
    • Executive Order 60-9 :
      Relative to the reorganization of the Executive Branch and the reactivation of the Chief Commissioner of Guam as a separate office
    • Executive Order 60-8 :
      Relative to the maintenance of a detention home for children and allied juvenile care
    • Executive Order 60-7 :
      Relative to travel in connection with Home Leave and completion of employment contract
    • Executive Order 60-6 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Director of Public Works under Zoning Law to the Director of Land Management
    • Executive Order 60-5 :
      Relative to the Parks, Monuments, and Museum Committee
    • Executive Order 60-4 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Treasurer of Guam
    • Executive Order 60-3 :
      Relative to abolishing the Library Services Act Fund established under E.O. 58-1 and the Public Library Special Fund
    • Executive Order 60-2 :
      Relative to the transfer of functions of the Chief Commissioner of Guam, and the creation of the position of the Assistant Chief Commissioner of Guam
    • Executive Order 60-1 :
      Amendment to Public Health Quarantine Regulations
    • Executive Order 59-20 :
      Relative to declaring the afternoon of Thursday, December 24, 1959 a holiday for the employees of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 59-19 :
      Relative to the rules and regulations of the cockpit license board
    • Executive Order 59-18 :
      Relative to the use of the motor vehicle scale
    • Executive Order 59-17 :
      Relative to Federal Aid Programs
    • Executive Order 59-16 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the regulations governing scholarships and student loans
    • Executive Order 59-15 :
      Relative to the organization and functions of the Department of Land Management
    • Executive Order 59-13 :
      Relative to amending the Internal Revenue Code
    • Executive Order 59-12 :
      Relative to the District Government Council
    • Executive Order 59-11 :
      Relative to the amendment of E.O. 59-10 regarding the compensation of employees at pay range 26 and below
    • Executive Order 59-10 :
      Relative to designated July 3, 1959 a holiday for the employees of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 59-9 :
      Relative to Public Welfare Rules and Regulations No. 1 – Standards of Assistance
    • Executive Order 59-8 :
      Attachment of Cockpit License Board to Department of Finance for Logistic Support
    • Executive Order 59-7 :
      Relative to Guam Daylight Saving Time
    • Executive Order 59-6 :
      Relative to the Parks, Monuments, and Museum Committee
    • Executive Order 59-5 :
      Relative to the organization and functions of the Department of Finance
    • Executive Order 59-4 :
      Relative to the regulations for the administration of the Insurance Law of Guam
    • Executive Order 59-3 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the “Commercial Port Rates and Charges”
    • Executive Order 59-2 :
      Supplement to E.O. 57-2 relative to the numbering of public laws
    • Executive Order 59-1 :
      Relative to Government Housing
    • Executive Order 58-15 :
      Relative to declaring Friday, December 26, 1958 a holiday for the employees of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 58-14 :
      Relative to the ratification of the delegation of authority contained in E.O. 56-1 to administer the income tax laws, including the acts done and powers exercised by the Director of Finance pursuant thereto and the implementation of the amended Section 31 of the Organic Act
    • Executive Order 58-13 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Office of the Auditor General
    • Executive Order 58-12 :
      Relative to Vocational Rehabilitation Services
    • Executive Order 58-11 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Vehicle Safety Inspection Rules and Regulations
    • Executive Order 58-10 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Civil Defense Plan for the Territory of Guam
    • Executive Order 58-9 :
      Relative to Public Works Heavy Equipment Sinking Fund
    • Executive Order 58-8 :
      Relative to the establishment, administration, and management of the Public Health Services Grant Fund
    • Executive Order 58-7 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the amended “Commercial Port Rates and Charges”
    • Executive Order 58-6 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the rules and regulations designated “Department of Public Works, Garbage Regulations #2″
    • Executive Order 58-5 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of fees for the collection of garbage and rubbish by the Government of Guam from non-residential premises and the procedure for payment thereof prescribed by the Director of Public Works
    • Executive Order 58-4 :
      Relative to the collection of garbage and rubbish – Transfer of functions and appropriations to the Department of Public Works
    • Executive Order 58-3; Relative to Government Housing :
    • Executive Order 58-2 :
      Relative to the establishment, administration, and management of the Public Library Special Fund
    • Executive Order 58-1 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Library Services Act Fund
    • Executive Order 57-7 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Department of Agriculture Regulation No. 4 Relating to Fish Weirs, Location of Fish Weirs, and Procedure for Securing Fish Weir Permits
    • Executive Order 57-6 :
      Relative to the repealing of E.O. 53-4 and the abolishment of the Welfare Fund established there under
    • Executive Order 57-5 :
      Relative to the Department of Medical Services Health and Sanitation Regulation No. 1
    • Executive Order 57-4 :
      Relative to the amendment to Public Health Quarantine Regulations
    • Executive Order 57-3 :
      Relative to the approval and promulgation of the Public Health Quarantine Regulations for the Territory of Guam relating to the arrival of commercial vessels and aircraft, and entry of passengers and certain animals into Guam
    • Executive Order 57-2 :
      Relative to the numbering of public laws
    • Executive Order 57-1 :
      Procurement and Supply Regulation No. 1
    • Executive Order 56-5 :
      Relative to designating the Secretary of Guam as the Filing Officer charged with the duties prescribed by Section 9500.4, Chapter 6, Title X, of the Government Code of Guam, and Section 120007, Chapter 1, Title XIII, of the Government Code of Guam (Relative to the Agricultural Law)
    • Executive Order 56-4 :
      Relative to the establishment, administration, and management of the School Lunch Fund
    • Executive Order 56-3 :
      Relative to the establishment, administration, and management of the Territorial College Extension Course Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 56-2 :
      Relative to the role/responsibility of the Director of Labor and Personnel and the Director of Finance in regards to travel and transportation as set forth in Chapter 17 of the Government of Guam Manual
    • Executive Order 56-1 :
      Relative to the Guam Territorial Income Tax
    • Executive Order 55-4 :
      Relative to the amendment of E.O. 55-3
    • Executive Order 55-3 :
      Relative to certain polices and procedures with regard to the issuance, central filing and distribution of rules and regulations issued by the Executive Branch of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 55-1 :
      Relative to the Housing Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 54-4 :
      Relative to the approval and enforcement of the regulations governing the importation of plants and any form of vegetation and animals as provided in Section 12400, Government Code of Guam as prescribed by the Director of Agriculture
    • Executive Order 54-3 :
      Relative to authorizing the Director of Finance to establish the Housing Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 54-2 :
      Relative to assigning the Secretary of Guam to perform any and all acts and to keep all records to carry out the provisions of Public Law 77, First Guam Legislature, 1952
    • Executive Order 54-1 :
      Relative to the role and responsibilities of the Director of Commerce in enforcing and administrating the Act of the United States Congress of August 9, 1939, as amended, Chapter 618, 53 Stat. 1291
    • Executive Order 53-5 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Power Distribution Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 53-4 :
      Relative to authorizing the Director of Finance to establish a Welfare Fund, which shall consist of such sums of money as may be deposited from time to time by the Helping Hands of Guam
    • Executive Order 53-3 :
      Relative to the establishment of the Utilities Loan Revolving Fund
    • Executive Order 53-2 :
      Relative the the designation and definition of the location and boundaries of villages as shown on Land Management Drawing No. G1-53T9, dated July 23, 1953
    • Executive Order 53-1 :
      Relative to the rules and regulations for the licensing of cockpits, operation of cockpits, and conduct of cockfights
    • Executive Order 52-8 :
      Relative to the enforcement of the provisions of the Act of the United States of Congress of August 9, 1939, as amended, Ch. 618, 53 Stat. 1291
    • Executive Order 52-7 :
      Approval of utility rates
    • Executive Order 52-6 :
      Revocation of E.O. 52-2 relating to an Immigration Board of Inquiry within the Immigration Service of the Government of Guam
    • Executive Order 52-4 :
      Relative to port rates and charges
    • Executive Order 52-3 :
      Relative to the Licensing of Personnel for Motorboats and Steam and Motor Vessels
    • Executive Order 52-2 :
      Relative to the creation of an Immigration Board of Inquiry to assist in the enforcement of the Immigration Act of 1917
    • Executive Order 52-1 :
      Relative to hull and machinery inspection for steam and motor vessels and motorboats
    • Executive Order 51-4 :
      Relative to shipping regulations – Safety devices for motorboats
    • Executive Order 51-3 :
      Relative to the amendment of the quarantine regulations for the Port of Guam
    • Executive Order 51-2 :
      Relative to the right of persons to enter into the communities and villages of Guam and to travel throughout the territory of Guam
    • Executive Order 51-1 :
      Relative to policy governing medical care furnished by the Government of Guam and fees applicable to such medical care
    • Executive Order 50-5 :
      Relative to the establishment of fees to be charged in connection with the importation, exportation of cargo, and storage at the Commercial Port of Guam
    • Executive Order 50-4 :
      Bank transfer June 15, 1950
    • Executive Order 50-3 :
      Authority of Director, Department of Commerce to establish schedule of harbor charges and regulations repealing portions of Chapter 34, Civil Regulations
    • Executive Order 50-2 :
      Revocation of E.O. 49-11
    • Executive Order 50-1 :
      Relative to restrictions regarding entry into villages of Guam
    • Executive Order 49-12 :
      Amendment of E.O. 49-10
    • Executive Order 49-11 :
      Relative to the employment of citizens of Guam on federal contract work
    • Executive Order 49-10 :
      Relative to the change of name of the Government of Guam from the United States Naval Government of Guam, Naval Government of Guam, and Naval Government
    • Executive Order 49-9 :
      Relative to the amendment of the Motor Vehicle Code of Guam (Signed original retained at Attorney General’s Office)
    • Executive Order 49-8 :
      Proposed act relating to Administrative Adjudication
    • Executive Order 49-7 :
      Relative to the availability of Government lands for agricultural purposes
    • Executive Order 49-6 :
      Relative to the transfer tax on transfers of motor vehicles
    • Executive Order 49-5 :
      Relative to the amendment of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act
    • Executive Order 49-4 :
      Relative to the revocation of E.O. 47-23
    • Executive Order 49-3 :
      Relative to the regulation and control of importation, manufacture, and sale of alcoholic beverages (Signed original of this order with attached signed draft of Business and Professions Code retained at Attorney Generals Office)
    • Executive Order 49-2 :
      Relative to the schedule of customs warehouse service charges
    • Executive Order 49-1 :
      Preparation for storms including typhoons (Signed original retained at Attorney General’s Office)
    • Executive Order 48-5 :
      Relative to Duty Free entry of essential building materials
    • Executive Order 48-4 :
      Relative to the availability of Government lands for agricultural purposes
    • Executive Order 48-3 :
      Relative to the amendment of the Probate Code of Guam
    • Executive Order 48-2 :
      Relative to the importation of plants and animals into Guam
    • Executive Order 48-1 :
      Relative to the establishment of quarantine procedures
    • Executive Order 47-24 :
      Relative to the Superior Court of Guam
    • Executive Order 47-23 :
      Formation of the Liquor Control Advisory Board
    • Executive Order 47-22 :
      Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-19 regarding the importation, sale, purchase, possession, and use of intoxicating liquor
    • Executive Order 47-21 :
      Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-10
    • Executive Order 47-20 :
      Relative to the consumption and transportation of intoxicating liquor
    • Executive Order 47-19 :
      Relative to the end of Prohibition on Guam and the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages
    • Executive Order 47-18 :
      Relative to E.O. 46-26 and the amendment of Section 825 of the Penal Code of Guam
    • Executive Order 47-17 :
      Relative to Motor Vehicles – No motor vehicle shall be equipped with bells, sirens, or red lights of any type with the exception of tail lights unless such vehicle be a duly authorized ambulance, police vehicle, or fire vehicle
    • Executive Order 47-16 :
      Relative to the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages
    • Executive Order 47-15 :
      Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-10
    • Executive Order 47-14 :
      Relative to the amendment of E.O. 47-08 dated March 12, 1947
    • Executive Order 47-13 :
      Section 10 of Chapter XIIV of the Civil Regulation – Schedule of License Fees
    • Executive Order 47-12 :
      Relative to the issuance of chauffeur licenses
    • Executive Order 47-10 :
      Relative to the tax on imported goods, goods manufactured on Guam, and alcoholic beverages
    • Executive Order 47-2 :
      Relative to the application for the registration and license of vehicles
    • Executive Order 47-1 :
      Relative to Gambling prohibition and the exception of gambling on cock-fights
    • Executive Order 46-10 :
      Relative to tax on soft drinks
    • Executive Order 46-09 :
      Relative to the Probate Code of Guam
    • Executive Order 46-08 :
      Paragraph 1 of Section B of Chapter 29 of the Civil Regulation – No person shall obstruct or impede the right of travel of any other person or vehicle and no beasts of burden including cattle, carabaos, ponies, horses, or any animal capable of pulling a cart shall be driven upon the public highways and roads of Guam after sundown
    • Executive Order 46-07 :
      Definition of gambling
    • Executive Order 46-06 :
      Revocation of real estate taxes
    • Executive Order 46-05 :
      Food rationing of certain consumer goods and the establishment of ceiling prices on merchandise
    • Executive Order 46-04 :
      Prohibition of picture taking of military installation or panoramic views of the Island of Guam or its coast lines
    • Executive Order 46-03 :
      Prohibition of the use, possession, sale, purchase, transportation, manufacture, or importation of intoxicating liquor
    • Executive Order 46-02 :
      Termination of Military Government Proclamations for Guam, Military Government General Orders for Guam, and Military Government Official Notices for Guam
    • Executive Order 46-01 :
      Subsection 1 of Section B Paragraph 1 of Chapter 41 of Civil Regulations – Composition of the Assembly
    • Executive Order 2016-09 :
      Relative to the Removal of Denek Eugichi, nonimmigrant alien and citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia
    • Executive Order 2016-08 :
      Relative to the Removal of Reid Albert, a nonimmigrant alien and citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia
    • Executive Order 2016-07 :
      Relative to the Removal of Jason A.M. Lasarus, a nonimmigrant alien and citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia
    • Executive Order 2016-06 :
      Relative to the Removal of John-John Wia, A Nonimmigrant Alien and Citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia
    • Executive Order 2016-05 :
      Relative to the Removal of Ninton Hauk, A Nonimmigrant Alien and Citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia
    • Executive Order 2016-04 :
      Relative to the Provision of Services by the Guam National Guard to Public Safety Functions during the 12th Festival of the Pacific Arts
    • Executive Order 2016-03 :
      Relative to Dedicating and Designating the Guam and Chamorro Educational Facility Museum as the “Senator Antonio ‘Tony’ M. Palomo Guam and Chamorro Educational Facility”
    • Executive Order 2016-02 :
      Relative to Adopting the 50-year Strategic Vision of Guam, and Creating the Guam 2065 Commission to Develop the Eight Component Plans that will Comprise the Comprehensive Guam Master Plan
    • Executive Order 2016-01 :
      Relative to the Permitting of Tower Sites for Wireless Communications Service in Non-Residential Zones

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