About the Bureau Of Statistics and Plans
Initially created under Public Law 12-200, the Bureau of Planning’s mission was redefined during 1990 by Public Law 20-147. In 2002 it was once again redefined by Public Law 26-76 and its name was changed to the Bureau of Statistics and Plans.
Public Law 20-147, as amended by Public Law 26-76, stipulates in statute that it is the Bureau of Statistics and Plans’ responsibility to undertake any planning activity that is not being carried out or that is not the function of another department. The Bureau has the legislative flexibility to appraise, coordinate, prepare and assist in the development of a wide range of plans, policies and studies that further economic, social, land use, environmental and infrastructure goals, priorities and planning activities. This flexibility is reflected in the Bureau’s mission statement. It is further mandated to disseminate and make available economic, social, and physical data and information for researches, policy makers and the public.
The Bureau of Statistics and Plans’ mission is to ensure Guam’s resources are effectively used for the benefit of present and future generations by ensuring consistency among various plans, policies and programs.
In order to do this, the Bureau is committed to:
Alberto A. Lamorena V
Machelle A.C. Leon Guerrero
Evangeline D. Lujan
Ricardo J. Bordallo Governor's Complex
P.O. Box 2950
Telephone: (671) 472-4201/2/3
Monday to Friday
Appropriation / Expenditure Report (Pursuant to P.L. 28-57 / 28-68)
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