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  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • A.E.G.I.S.
        • The Tick version of Marvel Comics' S.H.I.E.L.D. Online database available at: www.aegisgov.org. From A.E.G.I.S. video: "You can think of A.E.G.I.S. as a government funded shield, a shield over you and yours." (Season 2 episode A.E.G.I.S. and You)
    • Alien Task Force
        • Government agency that comes looking for ALF. (Pilot episode)
    • All Earth Council
        • Government agency mentioned during the trailer: "All-Earth Council, in its infinite wisdom, has decided these two numbers are to be disposed of! The Biochemical Forum has demands to make on their parts, however, before they are eliminated. That's the kind of efficiency that makes you proud to live in this era."
    • Almaty Centre For Disease Control
        • Kazakhstan government agency, Borat version of the real Kazakhstan Agriculture Ministry. "Kazakhstan Ministry of Agriculture and Wildlife presents in association with Almaty Centre for Disease Control..."
    • Anti-vigilante Task Force
        • Laurie Blake's FBI agency. (Season 1 episode If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own)
    • AQMD
        • On the world where internal combustion engines have been outlawed, a motorcycle gang called the Smokers led my Mallory's new girlfriend Sam wage ware against Kincaid Petro and some sort of government agency called AQMD, raiding an oil refinery in a town called Holt Junction. (Season 5 episode Easy Slider)
    • The Archministry
        • A militant medical group that has taken control of the government and begun rounding up infected citizens and exterminating them in order to contain the virus.
    • The Argabuthon Chamber Of Law
        • An austere place, a large dark chamber, clearly designed for Justice rather than, for instance, for Pleasure. You wouldn't hold a dinner party here - at least, not a successful one. The decor would get your guests down.
    • Argrathi Authority
        • Miles is arrested by Argrathi Security and sentenced by the Argrathi Authority to 40 years in their virtual prison punishment. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
    • The Assessor's Office
        • The investigative agency that has sole jurisdiction over crimes related to the Consortium) and with the private security forces of Consortium companies.
    • ATFEC
        • The ATFEC (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives and Cults) is a powerful government agency that has taken swift action against cults after The Sudden Departure. Prior to The Sudden Departure it was the ATF and was extended to include cults after October 14th, 2011.
    • B.C.C.I.
        • Bill's stalker: "So that's when I discovered if I wore the eye patch on this eye, it would make this eye stronger and vice versa. But I digress. What were we talking about? That's right. That's right. The note in Vince Foster's briefcase. Intentional misdirect, covert ops written all over it, courtesy of the B.C.C.I." (Season 2 episode Goofy Ball)
    • B.P.R.D.
        • Also known as The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense, originally from Hellboy. See: Scud's T-shirt (Norman Reedus)
    • Bad Place Bureau Of Human Affairs
        • A Bad Place agency that Michael mentions in Season 2 episode Team Cockroach.
    • Bajoran Council of Ministers
        • When Rom is captured, Leeta mentions asking the Bajoran Council of Ministers to petition the Dominion on his behalf. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • Bajoran Freight and Shopping Authority
        • Kasidy's employer, to whom Sisko requests give her a month of paid vacation without her knowing. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • Biochemical Forum
        • Government agency mentioned during the trailer: "All-Earth Council, in its infinite wisdom, has decided these two numbers are to be disposed of! The Biochemical Forum has demands to make on their parts, however, before they are eliminated. That's the kind of efficiency that makes you proud to live in this era."
    • The Board of Registry
        • Government agency that runs the San Francisco National Penitentiary. The sliders are required to fill out paperwork when they check-in to government housing Annex 7-7-0. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
    • Board of Taxicab Control
        • Government agency over taxi drivers on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • BPRD
        • Government agency. Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense.
    • Brantisvogan Civil Service
        • Narrator: "Trillian read this longingly, but reluctantly decided that Zaphod wasn't really in the right frame of mind for attempting to fly, or for walking through mountains or for trying to get the Brantisvogan Civil Service to acknowledge a change-of-address card, which were the other things listed under the heading Recreational Impossibilities."
    • BRP
        • The Bureau of Repopulation. Government agency that oversee the breeding centers on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • BTC Asia
        • Association aligned with the goals of the U.S. based Bureau of Technology Control, but without official affiliation.
    • BTC Russia
        • Association aligned with the goals of the U.S. based Bureau of Technology Control, but without official affiliation.
    • The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense
        • The Government agency Hellboy works for.
    • Bureau of Anti-Technology
        • The government agency known as the Bureau of Anti-Technology enforces the anti-technology statutes of Article 417 while secretly hiding technology in a Bayside Power & Electric warehouse. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
    • The Bureau Of Cthonic Activity
        • Government agency mentioned in The Afterlife newspaper. "According to the last survey by the Bureau of Cthonic Activity, sandworm related incidents resulting in the consumption and destruction of incorporal beings, sentient and otherwise have spike from 35% last year to a near record 48% this year."
    • Bureau of Internal Reconstruction
        • The BIR. After being shot with a laser beam by General Krislov's totalitarian Bureau of Internal Reconstruction troops, the sliders take Mallory to a doctor on the Believers world that turns out to be Krislov's counterpart, Dr. Krislov. On the next world after that, Krislov owns a restaurant called Krislov's Excellent Fare. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • Bureau Of Labor And Servitude
        • From scene on train when soldiers ask Zero to come with them - Gustav tells Franz that Zero's papers are in order, he cross-referenced them with the Bureau of Labor and Servitude.
    • C.O.V.N.E.T.
        • Government agency focused on potential alien threats, cleverly disguised as a cement factory.
    • C.R.S. Of G.H.Q.
        • Cultural Reeducation Section. Propaganda. "Very important in a place like this."
    • Cardassian Union
        • Cardassian political entity, also known as the Cardassian Empire.
        • Gul Damar reminds Weyoun that's he's not a member of the Obsidian Order, he's the leader of the Cardassian Empire. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Weyoun presents the new leader of the Cardassian Union, Leget Broca. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Weyoun refers to Damar as the leader of the Cardassian Union. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Center For Environmental Protection
        • Also known as CEP, government agency that refuses to work with Bob Rickman of the corrupt pesticide company Rickman Industries. (Season 1 episode Hug)
        • Cardassian government, from various episodes.
        • When Kira is kidnapped by Cardassians in a plot that involves convincing her that she is actually Iliana, a member of the Obsidian Order, whose father is a member of the Cardassian Central Command. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Kai Winn and Vedek Bareil work to negotiate a peace settlement with Cardassian Central Command. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
        • Terminal Cardassian disease that takes the life of Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor, formally a legit in the Cardassian Central Command. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
        • Martok: We will drink bloodwine in the halls of Cardassia's Central Command. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • Weyoun lures Odo to a meeting, claiming to be a Gul that the Cardassian Central Command put to death over a year ago. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Central Intelligence Corporation
        • Also known as CIC. The for-profit organization that evolved from the CIA's merger with the Library of Congress.
        • As part of the Ascension Process, Intergalactic Advocate Bob is instructed to file a quit claim through Central Services, Section 918.
    • Chamber of Ministers
        • Bajoran government agency not happy with Kira following her unauthorized mission to rescue Bajoran resistance hero Li Nalas and other prisoners from the Hutet labor camp on Cardassia IV. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
    • CHC
        • California Health Commission. Government agency in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Childrens Dance Recitals
        • Torture department in the Bad Place. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)
    • The City Council
        • Now if the Council has said "Carpenter” or "Cook,” the Students so assigned go to work and they do not study any further. But if the Council has said "Leader,” then those Students go into the Home of the Leaders, which is the greatest house in the City, for it has three stories. And there they study for many years, so that they may become candidates and be elected to the City Council and the State Council and the World Council—by a free and general vote of all men. But we wished not to be a Leader, even though it is a great honor. We wished to be a Scholar.
    • City Of Gotham Department Of Health
        • Government agency in Gotham City, listed on forms in his mother's patient file that Arthur Fleck steals from Arkham State Hospital.
    • City Of Gotham Department Of Hospitals
        • Government agency in Gotham City, listed on forms in his mother's patient file that Arthur Fleck steals from Arkham State Hospital.
    • Clearance
        • Government agency concerned about the growing number of people found wearing probe screens known as hoods that shield thoughts from psychic surveillance.
    • The Coalition
        • Group of civilizations coming together to defeat the Terran Empire, consisting of Romulans, Tellarites, Klingons, Andorians and potentially Denobulans, Rigelians, and Coridanites. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 2)
    • The Committee On Public Education And Morals
        • Government agency. "In the Tennessee legislature a bill was again introduced to make the ratio pi exactly equal to three; it was reported out by the committee on public education and morals, passed with no objection by the lower house and died in committee in the upper house."
    • The Committee On Un-Martian Activities
        • Joke Jubal Harshaw makes. Jill: "We set up an experiment where I was about to hurt you by hitting you with that box. But both of us are his water brothers-so it upset Mike that I even tried to hurt you. I think there is something very unMartian about such a situation. It puts Mike in a dilemma. Divided loyalty." Harshaw frowned. "Maybe it should be investigated by the Committee on un-Martian Activities."
    • Committee To Humiliate And Shame America
        • Boraqua, Venezuela Parks and Recreation Department committee. Hugo Chavez' passion project. (Season 2 episode Sister City)
    • The Committee
        • Governing body of The Good Place that Michael summons in the Good Place to tell them about the accounting problem. A bunch of dorks in fleece vests. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)
    • Commonwealth Ministry
        • Government branch of the Intergalactic Commonwealth responsible for administration and bureaucracy.
    • Congress of Economic Advisors
        • Ferengi government agency.
        • Government agency that passed legislation making monopolies illegal. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Quark calls them the Congress of Economic Meddlers. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Consortium Of Trao
        • During his imprisonment, Rygel meets Jotheb, next in succession to preside over the Consortium of Trao, ruling ten thousand planets, each averaging four billion Trao per planet. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • The Consortium
        • By the year 2070, Earth and Mars (as well as space stations) are ruled by a unified government known as the Interplanetary Council (IPC). However, much of the real power is held by the Consortium, composed of at least six multi-global companies that financed the colonization of Mars. The known six companies are: Rekall, Minacon, Tashimo-Pacific, Uber Braun, Variable Dynamics, Tillman Heath.
    • Continuing Committee of The Romulan People
        • Romulan government committee that oversees appointments to certain high profile positions. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • The Costa Rican Institute Of Volcanology
        • Costa Rican government agency mentioned on the promotional Dinosaur Protection Group website: Mount Sibo's reactivation was first reported by the Costa Rican Institute of Volcanology (CRIV) in 2017, its first geological commotion in almost 500 years.
    • The Council of Alphas
        • Lisa's Mensa friends that take over the town after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position. (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)
    • The Council Of Corporations
        • Government entity - ruling council of corporations (Season 2 episode 13 But First, We Save the Galaxy)
    • The Council Of Eugenics
        • And we take no heed of the law which says that men may not think of women, save at the Time of Mating. This is the time each spring when all the men older than twenty and all the women older than eighteen are sent for one night to the City Palace of Mating. And each of the men have one of the women assigned to them by the Council of Eugenics. Children are born each winter, but women never see their children and children never know their parents. Twice have we been sent to the Palace of Mating, but it is an ugly and shameful matter, of which we do not like to think.
    • The Council of Humanity
        • Scientists from NASA and the Institute of Temporal Anomalies interview a trio of time travelers. A portal opened while they were watching Showtime, sending two of them into the future to meet the future government called The Council of Humanity and were taken to a place called the Oculus that was a gateway to other solar systems. The third person was sent back to caveman times. (Sketch A Journey Through Time)
    • Council of Ministers
        • Sisko tells Kai Winn to stall her talks with Weyoun by telling him she needs to consult the Council of Ministers before signing a treaty. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • When the Romulans request to use the Bajoran moon for a hospital, Kira presents the proposal to the Bajoran Council of Ministers. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • The Council Of Scholars
        • We think that there are mysteries in the sky and under the water and in the plants which grow. But the Council of Scholars has said that there are no mysteries, and the Council of Scholars knows all things. And we learned much from our Teachers. We learned that the earth is flat and that the sun revolves around it, which causes the day and the night. We learned the names of all the winds which blow over the seas and push the sails of our great ships. We learned how to bleed men to cure them of all ailments.
    • CTU
        • Counter Terrorist Unit. U.S. Intelligence and law enforcement agency focused on investigating and preventing terrorist acts in the U.S.
    • The Department Of Damage Control
        • New government agency in charge of overseeing the collection and storage of alien and other exotic materials, a joint venture between Stark Industries and the government.
    • Department of External Services
        • Also known as The DXS. A U.S. intelligence agency.
    • Department of Extranormal Operations
        • Also known as DEO, government agency that monitors those with extranormal superpowers and to prevent any threat to the general public. (Issue #550)
    • Department of Metahuman Affairs
        • Also known as DMA, a sub-division of the Department of Extranormal Operations directed by Sarge Steel to investigate metahuman activities and deal with public metahuman altercations that might endanger the public.
    • Department Of Noise
        • Ruse Ralph comes up with distract Shank and her friend while Vanellope attempts to steal Shank's car - He knocks on their door and asks them to keep it down.
    • Department of Nuclear Security
        • Government agency inspecting the power plant when Homer crashes his car into the building. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Department of Observation and Measurement of Scientific Work
        • No description available
    • Department Of Planetary Defense
        • Government agency from multiple episodes during Season 3.
    • Department Of Shoes And Chocolate
        • Government agency on the female dominated world of Gazorpazorp (episode 1-7 Raising Gazorpazorp)
    • Department of Temporal Investigations
        • Agents from the Department of Temporal Investigations travel to the station investigate Sisko and crew's trip back in time. According to Jadzia, agents are always on time. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Department of Traffic Control New record added 6/8/2021
        • Homer gets a traffic ticket in the mail, with a picture of him driving the car eating a donut and reading Cat Fancy magazine. (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • Departmental Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee For Lot Beautification
        • Leslie's suggestion for the new name of her subcommittee. (Season 2 episode Ron and Tammy)
    • Detapa Council
        • Cardassian civilian government, from various episodes.
        • Gul Dukat now represents the civilian government. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
        • Gul Dukat describes Gul Marratt as very dashing rising star, a graduate of the Cardassian Military Academy, smooth talking junior member of the Detapa Council and a ladies man - that he would like to demote to the Cardassian embassy on Breen. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Division 14
        • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Division of Paranormal Activities
        • FBI department where Agents Mulder and Scully work. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • The Dominion
        • It is mentioned that the Federation Diplomatic Corps is engaged in negotiations with the Dominion, the interstellar organization from the Gamma Quadrant, popularized on Star Trek Deep Space Nine.
    • DSI
        • Also known as Department of Scientific Intelligence. Government agency secretly controlled by the shadow organization known as "The Shop". Also seen in The Lawnmower Man.
        • Also known as Department of Scientific Intelligence. Government agency secretly controlled by the shadow organization known as "The Shop". Also seen in The Lawnmower Man.
        • Also known as Department of Scientific Intelligence. Government agency secretly controlled by the shadow organization known as "The Shop". Also seen in Stephen King's Firestarter.
    • The D'Bari Empire
        • A shape-shifting alien race seeking the cosmic force that wiped out their home planet and consumed everything it came across until it encountered Jean Gray.
    • The Ear
        • Each of the different institutions of the Norsefire government is named after a different body part: the Ear represents audio surveillance.
    • Earth Alliance
        • The Earth Alliance is the official government of Earth and its colonies in the twenty-third century. The governing council is referred to as the Earth Alliance Central Government, Earthgov and Earth Central, founded in 2085 after the end of World War 3 with headquarters at Earthdome in Geneva, Switzerland. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Earth Central
        • The Earth Alliance is the official government of Earth and its colonies in the twenty-third century. The governing council is referred to as the Earth Alliance Central Government, Earthgov and Earth Central, founded in 2085 after the end of World War 3 with headquarters at Earthdome in Geneva, Switzerland. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Earth Force Military Intelligence New record added 5/22/2021
        • (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Earth Force Public Relations
        • Earth Force Public Relations sets up an interview for an ISN reporter with Sinclair, commemorating Babylon 5's second anniversary. (Season 1 episode Infection)
    • The Eastern Coalition
        • Group that Mrs. Douglas believes is behind the disappearance of Smith: "Joseph, the Eastern Coalition Is behind this. It's a logical certainty. You can expect a vote-of-confidence move in the Assembly before the day is out."
    • The Eastern Region
        • In the future, there's a change from nations to regions, which stabilizes the economy and brings about what amounts to a Golden Age. The Northern Region contains what used to be the United States. Area: 7,500,000 square miles. Population: 1,700,000,000. Capital: Shanghai. (Story: The Evitable Conflict)
    • Eidelon Faction of Neutrality
        • A pacifistic race inhabiting the planets Arnessk and Qujaga able to create an energy field that has a calming effect on individuals, allowing them to see reason. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Elder Council Of Machines
        • The name of the government in charge during the bleak dystopian future in the Chief's speculative fiction novel in Season 6 episode 1.
    • ELL Ruling Council
        • Governmental agency mentioned on the news on the worked where Microsoft collapsed, leading to the U.S. being invaded by Mexico. (Season 4 episode Roads Taken)
    • The Empire
        • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The European Region
        • In the future, there's a change from nations to regions, which stabilizes the economy and brings about what amounts to a Golden Age. The Northern Region contains what used to be the United States. Area: 4,000,000 square miles. Population: 300,000,000. Capital: Geneva. (Story: The Evitable Conflict)
    • The Extreme Court
        • Court where Joe is tried - and sentenced - in the stupid future.
    • The Eye
        • Each of the different institutions of the Norsefire government is named after a different body part: the Eye represents surveillance.
    • Famous Original Ray's Superior Court
        • Episode Insane in the Mainframe. Where Fry and Bender are ruled insane by Judge Whitey after becoming involved in a bank robbery.
    • The Federal Birth Study Commission
        • Along with the National Council of Eugenics, one of the government agencies behind the Compulsory Birth Control Act, which regulated the number of children a citizen could have.
    • The Federal Council Of Safest Children Ever
        • Government agency that sponsors G.I. Joe/Community cartoon in Season 5 episode 11 G.I. Jeff.
    • The Federal Highway Commission
        • Simpsons version of The Federal Highway Administration. "The Federal Highway Commission has ruled the Canyonero unsafe for highway or city driving." (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust)
    • Federal Resources Commission
        • After receiving a probe screen known as a hood that shields thoughts from psychic surveillance, Director of Federal Resources Commission Walter Franklin is caught up in a struggle between the government's mutant telepathic agents and ordinary citizens.
    • Federal Space Agency
        • Government agency on the asteroid world. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • Federal Survivor Retention Program
        • Government program created to protect the members of the Creedish Church that were not present when the rest of the church committed mass suicide during The Deliverance.
    • The Federation
        • Black Mirror version of Star Trek's United Federation of Planets from Star Trek (Season 4 episode USS Callister)
    • Ferengi Alliance
        • Formal name for the Ferengi government, located on the planet Ferenginar.
        • Quark and Rom discuss the Sacred Marketplace and the Tower of Commerce, the tallest building in the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Quark finally tells Rom that Moogie has been helping Grand Nagus Zek run the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Ferengi Commerce Authority
        • Government agency on Ferenginar, from multiple episodes. Also known as the FCA.
        • The Ferengi Commerce Authority sends Brunt to end Quark's labor dispute. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Ferengi Commerce Authority liquidator Brunt serves Quark with a Writ of Accountability for violating Ferengi Trade Bylaw Subsection 1,027, Paragraph 3: "Improper supervision of a family member" for his mother Ishka. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
        • Brunt mentions Quark protecting his mother from her FCA audit. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Rom reminds Quark that he was blacklisted by the Ferengi Commerce Authority. Later, Brunt visits Quark in his closet on Ferenginar, where he offers Quark new business license if he breaks up Zek and Moogie’s relationship. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • After Quark's investments get wiped out, his cousin Gaila assures him that the Ferengi Commerce Authority will be begging to reinstate him if he takes him up on his offer to help arms dealer Hagath sell weapons. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
        • Zek wants the FCA commissioner to reinstate him as Grand Nagus after Brunt seized control. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Ferengi Gaming Commission
        • Grand Nagus Zak tells Quark that Arcybite ore futures are continuing to increase, that the Bolians have finally agreed to allow the Ferengi Gaming Commission to take over all their gambling emporiums, and that he has decided to allocate extra funds for research on a new breed of Hupyrian Beetles. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • FFCC
        • Group that supplied cigarettes and other comforts to the sailors of the floating fortresses.
    • Fibonan High Council
        • While attempting to broker a peace treaty, Kirk offers the Teenax an Fibonan artifact from the Fibonan Republic's High Council, an ancient weapon known as the Abronath.
    • Final Arbiter Of Taste And Justice
        • "A New Mexico woman was named Final Arbiter of Taste and Justice today, ending God's lengthy search for someone to straighten this country out. Eileen Harriet Palglace will have final say on every known subject, including who should be put to death, what clothes everyone should wear, what movies suck, and whether bald men who grow ponytails should still get laid."
        • Surviving Imperial forces lead by Admiral Rae Sloane continue to engage the New Republic in various holdouts on Jakku, before retreating into the Unknown Regions on the deathbed orders of Gallius Rax. She helps to slowly but surely rebuild the Empire in secret, an entity that eventually renames itself the First Order.
        • The First Order has a hidden base somewhere out in Wild Space. They're planning a full-scale attack on the New Republic. Poe sends Kaz to The Colossus supertanker to look for First Order spies. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Free Union
        • Repressive regime that uses people with telepathic powers called "teeps" to root out and eliminate its political opponents.
    • Freecloud Orbital Control
        • Organization overseeing space traffic in and out of the planet Freecloud. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Galactic Civil Service
        • Government agency formed by the Vogons. "Thus the planet Vogsphere whiled away the unhappy millennia until the Vogons suddenly discovered the principles of interstellar travel. Within a few short Vog years every last Vogon had migrated to the Megabrantis cluster, the political hub of the Galaxy and now formed the immensely powerful backbone of the Galactic Civil Service."
        • Luke, R2-D2 and C-3PO take a Y-Wing to follow the Millennium Falcon to the Panna System, to the planet Panna, where they are attacked by a Panna Dragon - and rescued by bounty hunter Boba Fett, secretly working for Darth Vader/The Empire. (The Story of the Faithful Wookiee)
        • Mentioned in the Magrathea entry in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: "Far back in the mists of ancient time, in the great and glorious days of the former Galactic Empire, life was wild, rich and largely tax free."
        • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims."
    • Galactic Federation
        • Governing body of the Galaxy. Mentioned in various episodes, including Season 2 episode 2 and Season 2 episode 10.
    • Galactic Hyperspace Planning Council
        • Council in charge of the the plans for development of the outlying regions of theGalaxy requiring the building of a hyperspatial express route through the Earth's star system.
    • Galactic Senate
        • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
        • Resistance forces secure part of a map leading to the location of exiled Jedi Master Luke Skywalker from Lor San Tekka, and a cold war turns hot as the First Order, striking from the hidden planetary weapon known as Starkiller Base, eradicates the New Republic Senate on Hosnian Prime.
    • Galactic Tax Department
        • Government agency. "If you enjoy your ride, which will be swift and pleasurable, then you may care to experience some of the other elevators which have recently been installed in the offices of the Galactic tax department, Boobiloo Baby Foods and the Sirian State Mental Hospital, where many ex-Sirius Cybernetics Corporation executives will be delighted to welcome your visits, sympathy, and happy tales of the outside world."
    • Galardonian High Council
        • The U.S.S. Cerritos docks at Douglas Station for routine maintenance and resupply before setting course for the capital planet in the Galar system, scheduled to make second contact with Galardonian High Council. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
    • Genetic Research Department
        • No description available
    • The Germ Warfare Center
        • Location of deadly experimental nerve gas known as Formula BX-976 (Season 2 episode They Call Me Mr. Trunk)
    • German Ministry Of Propaganda
        • He was apologetic about the Englishmen's having to put up with the American enlisted men. He promised them that they would not be inconvenienced for more than a day or two, that the Americans would soon be shipped to Dresden as contract labor. He had a monograph with him, published by the German Association of Prison Officials. It was a report on the behavior in Germany of American enlisted men as prisoners of war. It was written by a former American who had risen high in the German Ministry of Propaganda. His name was Howard W. Campbell, Jr. He would later hang himself while awaiting trial as a war criminal. So it goes.
    • Global Multimedia Protocol Group
        • Maintains the Metaverse protocol, part of the Association for Computing Machinery.
    • Global Repatriation Council
        • GRC. International council that manages resources for refugees displaced by the Blip. (Season 1 episode The Star-Spangled Man)
        • “Helping you get back to the way things were.” Reset. Restore. Rebuild. (Season 1 episode Power Broker)
        • Karli and the Flag Smashers attack GRC headquarters. (Season 1 episode One World, One People)
    • The Gorn Hegemony
        • Governmental body of the reptilian Gorn species, mentioned only. (Season 1 episode Maps and Legends)
    • Grey Council
        • The ruling body of the Minbari Federation.
        • The Soul Hunter refers to Delenn as one of the great leaders of the Minbari, a member of the Grey Council. (Season 1 episode Soul Hunter)
        • Delenn's new aide, Lennier of the Third Fane of Chudomo, mentions the honor of working with a member of the Grey Council. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
        • Battle during the MInbari War. Sinclair blacked out, can't remember what happened. It is revealed that Captain Sinclair was captured and interrogated by the Grey Council during the Minbari War. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
    • The Hall Of State
        • The Romulan Star Empire's seat of government. Tenqem Andrev, the Romulan that tries to kill Picard, mentions that of Picard's address. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Hall of Titles
        • Department of the Commonwealth Ministry. At the Hall of Titles, Intergalactic Advocate Bob is instructed to file an Inheritance Petition. if the title is held, he'll need a transfer of title.
    • Halls Of Justice
        • Group of dilapitated buildings that create the stronghold for the Main Force Patrol. It's the remaining remnants of justice in the Australian Outback.
    • Haven Municipal Department Of Recreation
        • Organization listed on sign at the Tuwiuwok Bluff Recreation Site in Season 1 episode 1 Welcome to Haven.
    • The Head
        • Each of the different institutions of the Norsefire government is named after a different body part: the Head represents the Leader's offices.
    • Hemispheric Alliance
        • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
    • The High Command
        • Government agency that Rembrandt's interrogator Ross J. Kelley - the lawyer from the Sliders' original reality - mentions on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • Highway Safety Board
        • The Highway Safety Board and Fremont Safety Insurance investigate a series of deadly accidents on Dead man's Curve. (Season 1 episode End of the Road)
    • Holiday Weekend IKEA
        • Torture department in the Bad Place. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)
    • Home Office Public Control Department (PCD)
        • Great Britain, 1990. The population is now governed by the tyrannical Home Office Public Control Department (PCD) who have done away with the rights of the individual and maintain control through ID cards, rationing and electronic surveillance.
    • The Humanity Bureau
        • Government agency that decides to relocate unproductive individuals weighing the economic system down to a colony known as New Eden.
    • IF Selective Service
        • Agency responsible for recruiting the best and the brightest children for military service.
    • Imperial Security Bureau
        • Also referred to as ISB, the Security Bureau or Imperial Security. A law enforcement and intelligence agency of the Galactic Empire that was charged with matters of state security and ensuring the loyalty of citizens to the Empire.
    • Indiana Department Of Emergency Preparedness
        • Government department that Jamm calls in to conduct a disaster preparedness drill in Pawnee. (Season 5 episode Emergency Response)
    • Interdimensional Customs
        • When Rick's portal gun runs out of juice, Rick and Morty have to go through Interdimensional Customs. (Pilot episode)
    • Intergalactic Union of Sentient Beings of All Known Universes and Beyond
        • Organization that the alien represents in Reggie's alternate version of their last X-File.(Season 1 episode The Lost Art of Forehead Swear)
    • International Aeronautics And Space Administration
        • Also known as IASA. Alliance of space agencies. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • The International Drainage Commission
        • Organization that Bart makes up when he places several long distance calls to various locations south of the equator to ask them which direction their toilets drain. (Season 6 episode Bart vs. Australia)
    • International Space Administration
        • Government agency overseeing the launch of Gemini 12. (Pilot episode No Place to Hide)
        • Maureen was the first woman in US history to pass the grueling examine given by this organisation.
    • Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau
        • When Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau spaceship E-89 lands on the 13th planet in star system 51 in 1997, the crew discovers what appears to be a duplicate of their ship that crashed on the planet's surface, killing their counterparts. (Season 4 episode Death Ship)
    • The Interplanetary Council (IPC)
        • By the year 2070, Earth and Mars (as well as space stations) are ruled by a unified government known as the Interplanetary Council (IPC).
    • Interstellar Council
        • Governmental group that outlawed use of warp gas. (Season 1 episode 4 The Slaves of Castle Plus-darr)
    • ISB
        • Imperial Security Bureau. Agency within the Empire. Mando and Mayfeld infiltrate - and then destroy - an ISB base on the planet Morak. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • The Joint Council of Afterlife Affairs
        • New governmental agency overseen by the Judge to oversee both the Good Place and the Bad Place. (Season 4 episode Whenever You're Ready)
    • Karemma Commerce Ministry
        • Sisko and crew travel into the Gamma Quadrant to meet with the Karemma Commerce Ministry - also referred to as the Ministry of Trade - over their trade concerns, such as the taxes and tariffs added to their shipment of Karemman fleece. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
    • Kazakhstan Ministry of Agriculture and Wildlife
        • Kazakhstan government agency, Borat version of the real Kazakhstan Agriculture Ministry. "Kazakhstan Ministry of Agriculture and Wildlife presents in association with Almaty Centre for Disease Control..."
    • Kazakhstan Ministry of Information
        • Kazakhstan government agency, Borat version of the real Ministry of Information and Communications.
    • Kha'Ri
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth & Sixth Circles = continental and regional governments, Seventh & Eighth Circles = the Scholars Circle.
        • G'Kar's old enemy Du'Rog send him a message that he has hired an assassin who will kill him within 48 hours, a long-awaited retribution exacted for G'Kar's political maneuverings against him in the Kha'Ri. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
        • Smiley and his friends have started a rebellion against the Klingon Cardassian Alliance. (Season 3 episode Through the Looking Glass)
        • Sisko's wife Jennifer's double visits the station, taking Jake back with her and convincing Sisko to help them fight the Alliance. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
        • Ezri's counterpart from the Mirror Universe arrives on the station to inform Quark that Grand Nagus Zek is being held prisoner by the Alliance in exchange for a ship's cloaking device. When Ezri comes on strong, Quark thinks she's role-playing and mentions his holo-suite program, Vulcan Love Slave Volume III. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
    • Klingon Empire
        • The Klingon Empire joins the Federation in the war against the Dominion.
        • Garak's contact to manufacture the proof needed to bring the Romulans into the war, Grathon Tolar, is released from prison at Sisko's request on the condition that he stay away from the Klingon Empire. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • The Klingon Empire vessel Toh'Kaht blows up shortly after exiting the wormhole, returning from a routine bio-survey mission in the Gamma Quadrant. (Season 1 episode Dramatis Personae)
        • After Worf challenges - and kills Gowron, Martok becomes leader of the empire. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Klingon High Council
        • Mentioned. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
        • Martok reveals the content of the message from the Klingon High Council: "Three days ago, the battle cruiser B'Moth began a patrol near the Cardassian border. They have not been heard from since. They are now reported missing." Martok is given command of a bird of prey - the Rotarran - to conduct a search. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Korean Consulate Of Child Services
        • Fictional Korean government agency through which Lucille ordered a Korean child named Annyong (Season 1)
    • The Kromagg Dynasty
        • Marauders. Killers. And they eat eyes. Race of technologically advanced humanoid primates that travel from Earth to Earth, claiming most as their own under a brutal occupation. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
        • On the toxic fog world, Quinn's counterpart from the pilot claims to have given the Kromaggs the equation for sliding. (Season 3 episode The Other Slide of Darkness)
        • Quinn and Maggie finally get back to Earth Prime to find it's been invaded by Kormaggs. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
        • The Kromaggs capture the sliders. (Season 4 Common Ground)
        • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • The Landmarks Preservation Bureau
        • Government agency that objects to Mr. James' plans to build two towers shaped like 2 gigantic J's in New York City. Mr. James eventually moves the project to London. (Season 5 episode Towers)
    • League Of Autonomous Worlds
        • Organization mentioned when a delegation attends the corporate summit (Season 2 episode 3 I've Seen the Other Side of You)
    • The Lottery Commission
        • The sliders visit a world that has conquered overpopulation using a Lottery system, simply called The Lottery, administered by a government agency called The Lottery Commission. Citizens play by taking money from an automated teller - the more money you take, the greater chance to win. Winners basically get whatever they want for a day, party at The Lottery Winners Ball that night, and then the next morning they are given a painless death, and their beneficiaries are handsomely rewarded. Anyone that wins but then tries to back out of the arrangement is taken to the Municipal Processing Center for a painful death. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • Metro Tax Bureau
        • Government agency whose building is bombed by serial arsonist The Bureau Burner to protest new TV taxes (episode Rakers)
    • Ministry of Commerce
        • Kasidy applies for a position with the Bajoran Ministry of Commerce to captain one of their freighters. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Ministry of Dissimulation
        • Scarran spy agency with whom Scorpius claims membership when the crew arrives on the Katratzi military base to rescue Aeryn. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 1: Fetal Attraction)
    • Ministry of Justice
        • Gul Dukat clears Sisko's request for a judgment other than death for Thomas Riker, time in the Lazon II Labor Camp, with the Cardassian Ministry of Justice. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • The Ministry of Love
        • The Ministry of Love was the really frightening one. There were no windows in it at all. Winston had never been inside the Ministry of Love, nor within half a kilometre of it. It was a place impossible to enter except on official business, and then only by penetrating through a maze of barbed-wire entanglements, steel doors, and hidden machine-gun nests. Even the streets leading up to its outer barriers were roamed by gorilla-faced guards in black uniforms, armed with jointed truncheons.
    • The Ministry of Peace
        • The Ministry of Peace, which concerned itself with war.
    • The Ministry of Truth
        • The Ministry of Truth, which concerned itself with news, entertainment, education, and the fine arts.
    • MNU
        • Multi-National United, commonly abbreviated as MNU, is an organization based out of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is the world's second largest weapons manufacturer, and were put in charge by the government of South Africa to contain the newly arrived aliens. The MNU is lead by a CEO, the current being Dirk Michaels, and below that is the managing director, the current being Piet Smit.
    • The Mouth
        • Each of the different institutions of the Norsefire government is named after a different body part: the Head represents propaganda.
    • The National Council Of Eugenics
        • Along with the Federal Birth Study Commission, one of the government agencies behind the Compulsory Birth Control Act, which regulated the number of children a citizen could have.
    • National Division Of Health
        • Fake government agency trying to stop one of the doctors from finding the cure for Cancer in Season 2 episode 4 Frankfurters, Allman Brothers, Death, Frankfurters.
    • National Sacrifice Zone Program
        • Part of the National Parks Service, manages parcels whose cleanup cost exceeds total future economic value.
    • New Founding Fathers Of America (NFFA)
        • Sometime in the mid-21st century, turmoil has caused the government to be overthrown by the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA).
    • The New Founding Fathers Of America
        • Also known as NFFA. The political party that takes over the United States government and establishes a new regime after an economic collapse and rising social unrest.
    • The New Founding Fathers Of America's (NFFA)
        • In 2014, the New Founding Fathers of America, a totalitarian political party, are voted into office following an economic collapse.
    • New Hampshire State Council For The Arts
        • Organization Ig's mother served on.
    • The New Improved Galactic Federation
        • New version of the Federation that rebuilt after Rick destroyed the old one. (Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
        • When Mando asks what the Empire is doing there, Greef Carga tells him the Empire is gone, but if it bothers him, he should report them to the New Republic. (Season 1 episode Chapter 3 The Sin) Ran hires Mando to help his crew break Qin out of a New Republic prison transport. (Season 1 episode 6 Chapter 6 The Prisoner) Traveling sublight on his way to Trask with his frog lady passenger, Mando passes through a sector under New Republic jurisdiction. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • The Northern Region
        • In the future, there's a change from nations to regions, which stabilizes the economy and brings about what amounts to a Golden Age. The Northern Region contains what used to be the United States. Area: 18,000,000 square miles. Population: 800,000,000. Capital: Ottawa (Story: Evidence)
    • The Nose
        • Each of the different institutions of the Norsefire government is named after a different body part: the Nose represents surveillance.
    • NTAC
        • National Threat Assessment Command. A division of the Department of Homeland Security. (Pilot episode)
    • Oakland Transportation Commission New record added 5/30/2021
        • Stand-in for the real Metropolitan Transportation Commission in Oakland, where the film takes place.
    • Obsidian Order
        • Cardassian intelligence agency, from various episodes.
        • The ever-vigilant eyes and ears of the Cardassian Empire. It is said that no Cardassian citizen can sit down to a meal without each dish being duly noted and recorded by the Order. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Kira is kidnapped by Cardassians in a plot that involves convincing her that she is actually Iliana, a member of the Obsidian Order, sent to infiltrate the Bajoran Resistance. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Responsible for secret military buildup in the Orias System. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • An alliance between members of the Romulan intelligence agency Tal Shiar and the Cardassian intelligence agency the Obsidian Order plan an attack on the Founders of the Dominion in the Gamma Quadrant. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
        • Romulan spy Livara, posing as the captain of a Talavian freighter, started to work in the Cardassian occupied Bajoran sector in 2366, fell under suspicion of the Obsidian Order. (Season 5 episode Things Past)
        • Garak mentions his time as an interrogator for the Obsidian Order. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • Gul Damar reminds Weyoun that's he's not a member of the Obsidian Order, he's the leader of the Cardassian Empire. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
        • Odo compares the Federation's Section 31 to the Romulans' Tal Shiar, the Cardassians' Obsidian Order. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Sisko proposes that Garak help him steal secret war plans from the Obsidian Order on Cardassia Prime in order to bring the Cardassian Empire into the Dominion War. Garak proposes an alternate solution. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • When seeking refuge at Garak's childhood home on Cardassia after being double-crossed, Garak mentions to Damar and Kira that his father Enabran Tain was the leader of the Obsidian Order. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Occupational Health And Safety Association
        • Also known as OHSA, NewsRadio version of government agency OSHA that comes to the station to interview Matthew after he cuts his hand playing games with Joe (Season 3 episode The Injury)
    • Office Of Diplomatic Condescend
        • Urmanian government agency. According to Sonja Snuckteigen's business card (the agent from the Embassy of Urmania that's looking for Dr. Karamazov, Sonja represents the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Office of Diplomatic Condescend. (Season 1 episode My Dinner with Android)
    • The Office Of Scientific Intelligence
        • Also known as O-SCI. An offshoot of the CIA that Eisenhower started back in '59.
    • Office of Supe Affairs
        • New government agency created to keep tabs on Superheroes. (Season 2 episode What I Know)
    • OGA
        • Government agency Russell says he works for (Other Government Agency)
    • The Old Republic
        • Mandalorian Pre Vizsla tells Obi-Wan that his dark saber was stolen from a jedi temple by his ancestors during the fall of The old republic. (Season 2 episode The Mandalore Plot)
        • OPA = Outer Planets Alliance. Organization that fights for the rights of Belters. (Season 1 episode Dulcinea)
    • Pacific Perimeter Project Works Administration
        • In charge of building the anti-Kaiju wall, aka the Wall of Life.
    • The Party
        • The Ministry of Truth—Minitrue, in Newspeak [New-speak was the official language of Oceania. For an account of its structure and etymology see Appendix.]—was startlingly different from any other object in sight. It was an enormous pyramidal structure of glittering white concrete, soaring up, terrace after terrace, 300 metres into the air. From where Winston stood it was just possible to read, picked out on its white face in elegant lettering, the three slogans of the Party: WAR IS PEACE. FREEDOM IS SLAVERY. IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH.
    • The People's Army
        • Arturo's counterpart on the communist world is Citizen General of the Western Sector of the People's Army. (Pilot episode)
    • People’s Quality Control Committee New record added 6/13/2021
        • Yakov's brother Ivan visits America with the Leningrad Circus, with plans to defect, monitored by a KGB agent who claims to be from the People’s Quality Control Committee, and a CIA agent who claims to be from Smith Wholesale Circus Tent Company. (Season 2 episode World War III)
    • Performative Wokeness Department
        • Michael hires demon Phil for his innovative work in the Performative Wokeness department. (Season 4 episode Monday's, Am I Right?)
    • The Planetary Union
        • The Orville's version of Star Trek's Federation of Planets, over 300 planetary governments working together to ensure that no single world imposes its will upon another.
    • Population Redistribution And Elimination Program
        • An effort to contain and manage regional population and to maintain significant racial attributes solely Through its weekly instructional radio hour.
    • Project Boy Band
        • L.T. Smash of Star Blitzzz Promotions creates a new boy band in Springfield featuring Bart and his friends called The Party Posse, signing them to Classified Records. As it turns out, it's all part of a Navy recruitment program called Project Boy Band. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Psi Corps
        • Earth Alliance organization established to help human telepaths learn how to control and use their abilities. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
        • Lyta Alexander is the only Psi Corps member to scan a Vorlon, and was transferred back a week later. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • Quaternary Star Systems
        • Captain Pike listens to an excerpt of what sounds like a news broadcast, information Discovery received from the doomed sphere before it expired, which mentions a war between the Quaternary star systems and the Roquar'ri Imperium. (Season 2 episode An Obol for Charon)
    • Republic
        • Palpatine announces the end of the Clone Wars, and the restructuring of the Republic into the Galactic Empire. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
        • Rex mentions spending his life defending the Republic. (Season 1 episode Battle Scars)
    • Romulan Empire
        • Also known as the Romulan Star Empire.
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Conference between the Federation and the Romulan Empire is attacked by a Changeling. (Season 4 episode Homefront)
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • The Romulan Free State
        • The intragalactic government of the Romulans formed after the destruction of the Romulan Star Empire by the Romulan supernova that revokes - and then later reinstates - Doctor Naáshala Kunamadéstifee's residency at the Romulan Reclamation Site.
    • Romulan High Council
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Romulan Senate
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Romulan Star Empire
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Roquar'ri Imperium
        • Captain Pike listens to an excerpt of what sounds like a news broadcast, information Discovery received from the doomed sphere before it expired, which mentions a war between the Quaternary star systems and the Roquar'ri Imperium. (Season 2 episode An Obol for Charon)
    • S.W.O.R.D.
        • Government agency. "Sentient Weapon Observation Response Division" (Season 1 episode We Interrupt This Program)
    • The Sarris Dominion
        • The Thermians and the Sarris Dominion are originally from the Klatu Nebula. Of the 5 million years following the Great Nebula Burst, their people were one people, but then came the Zactor Migration, and then the Melosian Shift.
    • The Scarran Imperium
        • The most powerful empire in the galaxy, at war with the Peacekeepers.
    • Section 31
        • Secret security agency within Starfleet.
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • Deputy Director Sloan of Section 31 questions Julian, claiming he is a Dominion spy and doesn't know it - then attempts to recruit him. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Julian and Miles lure Section 31 to the station seeking the cure for Odo's disease. (Season 7 episode Extreme Measures)
        • Top secret branch of Starfleet developing defense technology and training offiers to gather intelligence on the Klingons and any other potential enemy who means to do Starfleet harm.
    • Section Six
        • Fake government agency Alec creates for Kiera's cover in episode Season 1 episode 2 Fast Times.
    • Separatists
        • The episode begins with General Billaba on the planet Kaller, her clone troops engaged in battle with the Separatist droid army, waiting for reinforcements. Her Padawan Caleb returns with the Bad Batch. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
        • After arriving on Kamino, the Bad Batch are informed that General Grievous was defeated on Utapau and that the Separatist leadership has collapsed. The war is over. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
    • Sino-Soviet Empire
        • On the communist world, the United States lost the Korean War. Then, the Sino-Soviet Empire swept the globe. First Indochina, then Europe, South America. The U.S. was economically isolated from the rest of the world. Their assets and technology grew while the U.S.' shrank and finally collapsed.
    • The Solar Federation
        • The oppressive interstellar society controlled by a group of priests (Album: 2112)
    • Solidarity Services
        • We have the World State now. And Ford's Day celebrations, and Community Sings, and Solidarity Services.
    • Springfield Board of Health
        • Poem that Homer writes when Moe's bar is closed down by the Springfield Board of Health. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Springfield Municipal Court
        • Court that hears Homer's lawsuit against Mr. Burns. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets Hit by a Car)
        • Captain Picard receives an Alpha Priority communicationfrom Starfleet Command, which turns out to be Admiral Janeway from Star Trek: Voyager.
    • Starfleet Intelligence
        • Starfleet agency, from various episodes.
        • According to Starfleet Intelligence, Chancellor Gowron has relocated Klingon military headquarters to Ty'Gokor, located in an asteroid field deep in Klingon space. It is probably the most heavily fortified installation in the Empire. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
        • Starfleet Intelligence believes that the Maquis may attempt to block or steal replicator shipments to Cardassia. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Jake tells Weyoung that he and Nog are working for Starfleet Intelligence. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • Starfleet Intelligence locates a massive Dominion sensor array hidden on the peripheral of the Argolis Cluster, capable of monitoring ship movements over five sectors. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
        • With the Defiant gone and most of the runabouts off on exercises with the 9th Fleet, Worf and Jadzia take the Shenandoah to the Badlands to meet with a Cardassian operative named Lasaran that has been providing military intelligence to Starfleet Intelligence. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • Division of Starfleet that was only able to provide a partial account of Shinzon's military record. Per their report, he is relatively young and a capable commander that fought 12 major engagements in the war, all successful. Beyond that, they know nothing.
    • The State Council
        • Now if the Council has said "Carpenter” or "Cook,” the Students so assigned go to work and they do not study any further. But if the Council has said "Leader,” then those Students go into the Home of the Leaders, which is the greatest house in the City, for it has three stories. And there they study for many years, so that they may become candidates and be elected to the City Council and the State Council and the World Council—by a free and general vote of all men. But we wished not to be a Leader, even though it is a great honor. We wished to be a Scholar.
    • Station VH
        • MI6 agency in Rio, represented in Moonraker by "Manuela"
    • Superior Council
        • The government that oversees The Offshore.
        • Romulan intelligence organization.
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • An alliance between members of the Romulan intelligence agency Tal Shiar and the Cardassian intelligence agency the Obsidian Order plan an attack on the Founders of the Dominion in the Gamma Quadrant. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
        • Odo compares the Federation's Section 31 to the Romulans' Tal Shiar, the Cardassians' Obsidian Order. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Sloan and Julian discuss several Romulans, including Neral, Praetor of the Romulan Star Empire, whose favorite food is Delvan pudding and pet set'leth's name is Pensho. They also discuss Koval, Chairman of the Tal Shiar, who is suspected of having an incurable degenerative disease called Tuvan Syndrome. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • The Technology Appropriations Committee
        • Fictional government agency responsible for Eureka's budget (Season 4 episode Liftoff)
    • The Terran Empire
        • Interstellar government dominated by humans in the mirror universe.
    • The All Systems Commonwealth
        • Also known as Systems Commonwealth or just The Commonwealth. A democratic federation of 1,022,347 planets, drifts, space stations, various orbital habitats, and even entire solar systems.
    • The Bureau of Technology Control
        • Federal government agency. Also known as the BTC.
    • The Combine
        • Also known as CMB. Referred to as "Our Benefactors". An immense and powerful interdimensional organization, composed of a massive variety of both allied and enslaved species.
    • The Eighth Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Fifth Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
        • The sponsor of G'Kar's new attache was selected by Counselor Li'Dak of the Fifth Circle. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • The First Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Fourth Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Galactic Empire
        • The Rebels series tells the story of the rise of the Rebel Alliance, also known as the Rebellion against the Galactic Empire.
    • The League of Non-Aligned Worlds
        • Collection of independent alien worlds which for various reasons had banded together for mutual military support, diplomacy and trade.
        • The council votes on sanctions against the Narn Regime following its attack on a Centauri outpost. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
        • Council denies request for extradition of the DeathWalker war criminal. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • The Newholm Council
        • Following the Starfleet incursion, the Newholm council, also known as the Big Heads, the government of Newholm Colony, forces Claude out of the Gamma pavonis system in the Battle of Newholm. (Heaven's River)
    • The Second Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Seventh Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Sixth Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Third Circle
        • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Imperial Remnant
        • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
        • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
        • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
    • Time Variance Authority New record added 6/9/2021
        • Organization that protects the Sacred Timeline, also known as TVA, arrests Loki in the Gobi Desert, Mongolia for crimes against the Sacred Timeline. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
    • Town Jubilation Committee
        • Moe reports Lisa for spreading lies about Jebediah Springfield. (Season 7 episode Lisa the Iconoclast)
    • Triumvirate Council
        • The ruling council of the Eidelon Faction of Neutrality, a pacifistic race inhabiting the planets Arnessk and Qujaga able to create an energy field that has a calming effect on individuals, allowing them to see reason. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • The Tropic Region
        • In the future, there's a change from nations to regions, which stabilizes the economy and brings about what amounts to a Golden Age. The Northern Region contains what used to be the United States. Area: 22,000,000 square miles. Population: 500,000,000. Capital: Capital City. (Story: The Evitable Conflict)
    • U.N.I.T. (United Nations Intelligence Taskforce)
        • Also known as N.U.I.T. (Frenchdivision) and O.G.R.O.N. (Russian division)
    • U.S. Council On Beauty Pageants, Dog Shows And Rodeos
        • Government agency that the beauty pageant manager mentions. (Season 1 episode Joey and the Road Trip)
    • UFP Department of Cartography
        • Sloan's cover at the Romulan conference is that he works for the Federation's Department of Cartography. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
    • UNATCO (United Nations Anti-Terrorist Coalition)
        • From Deus Ex and Deus Ex: Invisible War.
    • The Union of Allied Planets
        • The Alliance is composed of two primary "core" systems, one predominantly Western in culture, the other pan-Asian.
    • United Earth Space Probe Agency
        • Where Captain Kirk says he gets his authority in episode Tomorrow is Yesterday.
    • United Federation of Planets
        • Also known as UFP, the Federation. Interstellar union of planetary governments. (episodes Arena, A Taste of Armageddon, Spectre of the Gun)
        • Also known as UFP, the Federation. Interstellar union of planetary governments. (Jonathan Frakes starred in an advertisement for Boole & Babbage titled "The Vision" as Commander Riker on the U.S.S. Enterprise bridge set.)
        • Also known as UFP, the Federation. Interstellar union of planetary governments. (Skit: Star Trek: The Last Voyage, Season 1 episode hosted by Elliott Gould)
        • Following the end of the Cardassian occupation of the planet Bajor, the new Bajoran provisional government invites the United Federation of Planets to partner in administering the abandoned Cardassian space station in orbit around Bajor, formerly known as Terok Nor, as a first step toward Bajor eventually joining the Federation. Moving forward, the space station is known as Deep Space Nine and managed by a primarily Starfleet crew. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
        • UFP, the Federation. Interstellar union of planetary governments. According to Captain Pike, "a peacekeeping and humanitarian armada."
    • United Federation of Sentients
        • Also known as UFS. Galactic government council that Will describes as self-centered, self-absorbed, self-righteous herd of bozos that the Pavings are not interested in joining. (Heaven's River)
    • United Nations Space Command
        • Organization of one of the experts that provides commentary on Alien Visitation, the documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
    • Universal Forest Service
        • Sign on the edge of the universe boundary wall: Universal Forest Service - Edge of Universe Scenic View.
    • Vogon Civil Service
        • Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz was not a pleasant sight, even for other Vogons. His highly domed nose rose high above a small piggy forehead. His dark green rubbery skin was thick enough for him to play the game of Vogon Civil Service politics...
    • VUE Directory Commission
        • Government agency created to investigate the Violent Unknown Event.
        • The most powerful governmental body on Vulcan, responsible for overseeing Vulcan military forces and civilian organizations, as well as Vulcan's space fleet, diplomatic missions, and scientific research.
    • The Vulcan High Council
        • Body of elders tasked with protecting the Vulcan people's history.
    • W.E.N.C.H.E.S.
        • Women's Emergency National Corps, Hospitality and Entertainment Section. Also known as Space Angels.
    • Wakandan International Outreach Center
        • The first Wakandan branch in the outside world, located in Oakland where Erik Killmonger grew up.
    • The War Bureau Of Consultants
        • The group charged with investigating the feasibility of a US bio-weapons program (Season 2 episode 3)
    • War Plans Council
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Wild Comrades Reeducation Committee
        • Animal committees that Snowball sets up to bring the rats into the fold.
    • Wills and Trusts
        • Department of the Commonwealth Ministry. Intergalactic Advocate Bob is told he'll need a Title Survey and geneprint identification from Wills and Trusts.
    • Wolf-Hart Global Initiative
        • Wolf attempts to create a new world order called the Wolf-Hart Global Initiative, all parties involved signing The Peace of All Nations for All Times Treaty of 1627. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
    • World Catastrophe Killzone Department
        • Government agency also known as W.C.K.D., or Wicked.
    • The World Council
        • We strive to be like all our brother men, for all men must be alike. Over the portals of the Palace of the World Council, there are words cut in the marble, which we repeat to ourselves whenever we are tempted: "WE ARE ONE IN ALL AND ALL IN ONE. THERE ARE NO MEN BUT ONLY THE GREAT WE, ONE, INDIVISIBLE AND FOREVER."
    • The World Court
        • In the Netherlands this morning, Superian delivered the frozen super-villain The Terror into the custody of the World Court. (Season 2 episode Lesson One: Think Quick!)
    • The World Government
        • Political organization comprised of the majority of the world's countries, seemingly ruled by the Five Elders who in actuality answer to an entity known simply as Im, whose existence is kept a secret not known within the World Government or the world.
        • An international council formed of politicians from some of the Earth's most powerful countries to function as oversight for S.H.I.E.L.D.
    • The World State
        • A SQUAT grey building of only thirty-four stories. Over the main entrance the words, CENTRAL LONDON HATCHERY AND CONDITIONING CENTRE, and, in a shield, the World State's motto, COMMUNITY, IDENTITY, STABILITY.

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