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Relationship and significance of the following unclear:
- Final Draft: "Road Map for National Security: Imperative for Change." The Phase III Report of the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, January 31, 2001: "... we recommend the establishment of a National Security Service Corps (NSSC) to broaden the experience base of senior departmental managers and develop leaders who seek integrative solutions to national security policy problems. Participating departments would include Defense, State, Treasury, Commerce, Justice, Energy, and the new National Homeland Security Agency -- the departments essential to interagency policymaking on key national security issues."
- S. 1800: "Homeland Security Federal Workforce Act," 107th Congress, 1st Session, December 11, 2001: Sec. 301: "National Security Service Corps."
Any resemblance to the Bulgarian National Security Service is, well, frightening.
- Bulgaria. Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2001. Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, Department of State, March 4, 2002:
- "Internal security services are the responsibility of the Ministry of the Interior and include the National Police, the National Service for Combating Organized Crime, the National Security Service (civilian domestic intelligence), the National Gendarmerie Service (paramilitary police), and the Border Police."