GFT President, Tim Fedenko, urged the Guam Education Board members to move the collective bargaining process forward for DOE support staff as their collective bargaining agreement (CBA) has been idle for the past four years.  The CBA has already been signed and ratified by both parties.  However, the CBA has not been finalized with the Attorney General’s office.  GFT representatives have attempted to communicate with the Attorney General’s office but were unable to obtain the information due to the waiver of Attorney Client privilege.   At last night’s board meeting, the Board members expressed their intentions to move the collective bargaining process along and have directed the Superintendent to get a direct answer from the Attorney General so that they can move forward.    
 

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