August 1, 2002 : Redeclaration Action Completed,
As the reverberations of the Mass Redeclaration have begun to die
down, many from Third Rank have found themselves in hired positions
as previous applications or suggestions have been taken in favor
of their qualifications.
The role of the Emergency Team has been changed to
that of consultants with First Rank rather than replacement of in
times of distress. They are intended also to bridge the gap between
Third Rank and First/Second so that both Ranks will be able to hear
the concerns of the Third without becoming diverted from matters
that require immediate attention.
Internal/External Maintenance has also been divided
into two departments, the first being Internal Public Maintenance
and references Third Rank more directly, and the latter being External
Maintenance, which continues to monitor the health and well-being
of the body.
The Planning Department has also changed to become
incorporated with First Rank's already existing duties, as the function
of the two are very similar already.
As was expected, the primary roles throughout the
governmental structure have not changed, nor have there been any
problems with organization of a functional and cooperative staff
despite the relative inexperience many have had to their recent
"Attitudes are the most important thing of all
right now," Matthew of Internal Affairs stated. "It's
even a good thing. People will grow together and go through their
learning experiences in a group."
Surprisingly, Lucas Kalval of Internal Affairs did
not return to the position of CEO within his department. When asked
for comment, the man was found to be apparently occupied and hence
unavailable. Seth Grey, the current Acting CEO, also had nothing
Opinions group-wide are currently focused less on
politics than on an idea for the future and renewed hope for possibilities.
General sentiment is that this is, indeed, better than before. Spirits
are high and as of this time, there is only continued work and organization
rather than political arguements.