John Camacho Jr.
Updated December 05, 2022
John P. Camacho Jr. began working with the Department of Administration’s Division of Accounts in 2013. As an accountant, he plays an integral role in the compilation of the Government of Guam’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), specifically, with the development of the Letter of Transmittal and the gathering of statistical data. John is actively involved in various aspects related to the Division of Accounts, including procurement acquisition, fixed assets accounting, encumbrance accounting, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) responses, and expense report compilation.
John graduated from the University of Guam with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. His major short-term goal reflects his desire for increased knowledge about procurement regulations related to local and federal acquisition regulations. However, his long term personal goal includes becoming a successful parent for his son, Gregorio. Regarding his long-term career goal, John aspires to be a Director or Deputy Financial Manager for the DOA Division of Accounts.
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