FSMSSA welcomes new hire Ms. Loreta L. Memai from the state of Yap as the new Yap Branch Office Assistant. 35 year old Loreta studied General studies and holds a Diploma of Completion. She have had work experiences, five years at YPDR Resort and four years at Manta Ray Bay Resort, both in Yap State.
This position reports directly to the State Branch Manager. Responsibilities for this position include assisting the Branch Manager and other Branch staff in ensuring that the Branch operates effectively, efficiently and competently and provides quality services/good customer relations with all dealing with the Branch, either in person or by electronic communication. Loreta in every way is capable to serve the program with such purposes. She looks forward to learning and gaining as much possible and in return assist the needs of the people involved with the program. Her flexibility in language understanding ranges for she understands outer islanders, Pohnpeian, Marshallese and Chuukese language. Welcome Aboard Loreta.
Mr. Wensworth Billen was hired at the HQ office in August 2019 as theAccount Analyst. The Account Analyst reports directly to the comptroller , assisting in maintaining the program’s accounting policies and practices, in particular ledger entries, cash receipts and the fixed asset register.
Wensworth is a COM-FSM graduate with an A.S. Degree in Business Administration and he is capable of doing the tasks that comes along with the job. In his experience, he was once a Peer Counseling Advisor while in College, helping students with tutoring sessions when needed in any subject areas. Later in 2012, he as hired at LP Gas as a graphics designer for there months and another 4 years as Accountant at Federated Shipping Company Ltd. Wensworth, upon being hired was elated and looks forward to learn as much and to contribute his abilities by doing the duties accordingly. He feels honored and lucky to be the one hired among all applicants. Welcome Aboard Wensworth.
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FSMSSA was invited by the Pacific Financial Technical Assistance Center (PFTAC) to participate in a workshop in Majuro, September 18-20, 2019. The workshop was a joint event organized and delivered by three PFTAC programs including Real Sector Statistics, Revenue Administration and Macroeconomic Programming. The purpose of the event is to bring together senior tax administration officials with senior officials from the National Statistics Offices of all PFTAC member countries to discuss the of ‘Use of Administrative Data in National Accounts’ particularly the importance of effective mechanisms for the secure sharing of tax and social security data with National Statistics Offices (NSO).
Chairman Harris and Deputy Ilai joined discussions over the course of the workshop from beginning to closing. It was for the program’s benefit that attending such workshops are highly recommended to the leadership of the program. The program always builds up its strength in such trainings and workshops. The presentations given were fully effective to building and refreshing knowledge of participants. FSMSS program looks forward to attaining its stability from all these resourceful information and on those who gained them to support the program with.