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FEDERAL BUREAU OF CONTROL
To all Executive Staff,
I know there is some concern regarding our operations exceeding the annual budget. So long as we operate within the Oldest House, we are obscured from scrutiny in many respects. If our budget demands are not exorbitant to the point of drawing attention, then they will be granted by the U.S. Treasury without question. The FBC is just another line in another spreadsheet that some lowly accountant won't even notice. Their eyes will skip over us, as if we weren't even there.
The nature of the Oldest House allows us certain freedoms in how we operate. Our being here is no accident.
Zachariah Trench, Director of the Federal Bureau of Control