Given the nature of Mr. Shefftz's consulting practice, he is only rarely mentioned by name in popular press articles.
A notable exception has been the work he has performed on the ability of the Territorial Government of Guam to obtain financing to close its current landfill and construct a modern replacement. In addition to Guam, Mr. Shefftz has experience in analyzing governmental entities on the other three unincorporated organized territories of the United States: Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands ("CNMI" -- often referred to by the name of its largest island, Saipan), and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The following links provide a reasonably accurate summary of Mr. Shefftz’s work on this case:
"Court Submissions Show Growing Doubt with GovGuam's Financing Plan"
"General Fund May Lose $20M"
"Federal Judge Warns Guam On Failed Financing Plan"
"Feds Weigh-in on Government's Plans to Finance Ordot"
"US Consultant Finds Obstacle in Landfill Bond"