Vincent Duenas

Vincent has been employed with the Guam Office of Public Accountability as a Senior Auditor since September 2003. For nearly seven years, Vincent has been responsible for conducting moderately complex professional auditing work inclusive of financial, operational, and compliance examinations of varied programs of the government of Guam. As team leader, Vincent is charged with planning, directing, and guiding other team members in various stages of the audit, examination, evaluation, or analysis. Since his time with the OPA, Vincent has been responsible for conducting several audits and analyses that identified over $26.5 million in financial impacts including questioned costs, waste, and unrealized revenues. In addition to his responsibilities as a Senior Auditor, Vincent also manages the OPA's website, www.guamopa.org, and monitors the Hotline (47AUDIT). Through Vincent's efforts, the OPA's website garnered a "Silver Award" in the 2009 Association of Local Government Auditors Website Award competition. Vincent attended the University of Guam where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Public Administration in December 2001 and a Master’s in Public Administration in May 2010.


Other Participants of ELDP Pacific 2011

Alpino Kerman
Cindy Saimon
Clarence Samuel
Eleanor Samuel Mori
Florence Haro-Ale
Geraldine Demapan
Harley Fletcher
Jane Chigiyal
Jason Marist Betham, Sr
Jayson Robert
Jelton Anjain
Lillian Pangelinan
Petti Matila
Reynaldo Edrosa
Sally Techitong-Soalablai
Shawn Scott
Shiro Sigrah
Sixto Igisomar
Stanley Raffilman

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