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State Intelligence Service


The State Intelligence Service, commonly referred to as the SIS, serves as Soundland's primary intelligence agency, with a multifaceted role that encompasses collecting and providing invaluable intelligence resources, safeguarding the nation from both domestic and foreign threats, and fulfilling crucial security functions. In addition, the SIS collects military intelligence for the Soundland Armed Forces.

Aside from its intelligence-gathering and analysis efforts, the SIS assumes a prominent security role. This role entails the protection of Soundland's national security interests, counterintelligence efforts, ensuring the integrity of sensitive operations, and handling background checks. The SIS is a centralized agency dedicated to intelligence collection and national security.


SIS is led by a Director, appointed by the President. The Director oversees the agency's daily operations, sets strategic objectives, and plays a crucial role in shaping the agency's mission and ensuring its effective implementation. In addition, the Director is also a member of the Security Council, a body which advises the President on national security, intelligence and foreign policy matters.

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