NEWS + INFORMATION
GPSI Guam recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and was featured in the Guam Business Magazine.
The U.S. Department of Defense has announced that Galaide Professional Services of Hagåtña, doing business as GPSI Guam, is qualified to compete for future multiple-award contracts using the SeaPort Next Generation platform.
SeaPort Next Generation is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 23 separate areas including engineering, financial management and program management.
DOD estimates “approximately $5 billion of services will be procured per year” in orders issued using SeaPort-NxG
On January 30, 2018, GPSI Guam was awarded a $3.7M Non-Personal Contractor Supported Labor Services contract to support NAVFAC Marianas Command and Tenant FEAD Supply and NON-FSC Services, Naval Base Guam, Marianas.
GPSI Guam CEO, Frank Dumanal, poses with UNANET’s President and Chief Operating Officer, Christopher Craig.
President, Albert T. Yanger and GPSI Guam CEO, Frank Dumanal attended the Native Hawaiian Organization Association (NHOA) 3rd Annual Business Summit Conference, August 22-24, 2017 at the Hawaii Prince Hotel in Waikiki on the island of O’ahu. Conference Theme was “Kākou- We Are In This Together” The conference focused on legislative, legal and business issues relevant to small businesses in the federal contracting industry. Attendees gained valuable knowledge, insight and practical tips for working with the federal government. Additionally, attendees had the opportunity to network with other businesses, contracting officers, and other government representatives, as well as the opportunity to form and develop relationships with potential teaming partners.
On the evening of October 26, 2017, at the SunCoast Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mr. Al Yanger, President of GPSI Guam presented a donation to Mr. Roland Taitano, Chairman of the National Organization of Chamorro Veterans in American (NOCVA), an organization created to advocate for Chamorro Veterans from Guam and the Northern Mariana islands, at the US “national” level. The event was attended by upwards of 400 people from around the continental United States, Guam, and Hawaii.