Guam - Evidently iPads are a pretty hot commodity these days within Guam's public sector, because the Department of Administration and the General Services Agency aren't the only agencies taking a liking to them. Civil Service Commission executive director Tony Lamorena confirms he's researching the purchase of thirteen iPads for his office.

He says the tablets would substantially cut down on printing expenses and also increase security. He says they have contacted the Bureau of Budget Management & Research on the possible purchase, but has not yet put in the request for the first-generation iPads, which retail for about $400 apiece.