Project Management & Consultation


GFS Group offers specialized consultancy services for companies seeking to do business on Guam. We offer a vast array of technical expertise and project management services including project planning and coordination services, proposal development, strategic planning, technology implementation and financial management.

For any business seeking to globalize their efforts, it is critical to have localized teaming partners who are cognizant of the challenges unique to this region. We can assist in helping companies understand the cost of doing business in this area. Whether it be project conceptualization and planning, workspace requirements, labor, licensing and permitting, supply and material needs or networking, we can help establish successful footholds on the island and in the region.

Our team has many years of experience in dealing with both the federal and local governments as well as the private sector. We understand the history of many public and private projects or initiatives that have succeeded or failed and, more importantly, the reasons why.

Our project management team has an exhaustive list of success in the planning and implementation of projects from concept to implementation including public relations and outreach programs.

The GFS Group participated in and facilitated the development of a series of strategic planning sessions for the Navy Family Housing Program. These strategic planning sessions included the development of specific goals and objectives, performance monitoring programs and desired results. The strategic plan is now being implemented as part of the Lean Six Sigma program for Navy Base Guam.

Recently, our team was sole sourced to plan, organize, coordinate and facilitate the Guam Industry Forum (series I and II) for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) and the Joint Guam Program Office (JGPO). The forums’ purpose was to address issues related to the proposed $10 – $15 billion military expansion plan on Guam. They included as many as 1,300 industry participants from 7 different countries including a contingent of 13 Government of Japan observers and a Congressional Delegation led by Congressman Ike Skelton, Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.