International Organisations Agency (DUBS)

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International Organisations Agency
Agency overview
Formed31st December, 2016
JurisdictionDemocratic Union of British States
Employees1
Annual budget£0
Agency executive
Parent departmentDepartment of State
Key document

The International Organisations Agency is an agency of the Department of State of the Government of the Democratic Union of British States tasked with "[investigating] the various international organisations of the MicroWiki Sector and [determining]... their utility in advancing the foreign policy of the Government."[1] It's key authority is in terms of appointing delegates and consuls to the various international organisations the government may become a party to, though these selections must be confirmed by the Lord President of the Union.

The current Director of the IOA is Ned Gunderson, appointed by Secretary of State Henry Twain on the 17th of February, 2017.

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