A recently hot topic in the community is the use — or lack thereof — of the government accrued frequent flyer miles that, in a statute passed in 2011, allocate miles accrued through government travel for the use off-island travel for necessary medical procedures and for off-island travel for student educational endeavors raised by the Guam Daily Post. Although there are a “pretty substantial” number of miles accrued that have yet to be utilized, according to Vincent P. Arriola, deputy director at the Department of Administration, the glaring issue is that people just aren’t asking for them.
“Whether it . . .
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