Post-Cold War Champions 2016
Department of Superhuman Affairs (DOSA)
DOSA is formed from the combination of 22 departments and agencies, and works to improve the security of the United States. The Department’s work includes customs, border, and immigration enforcement; emergency response to natural and (superhu)manmade disasters; anti-terrorism work; and cybersecurity. It specifically works with SPB-controlled businesses, communities, and the Nation’s workers to promote job creation, economic growth, sustainable development, and improved standards of living for all Americans.
- DOSA oversees privately-held organizations wishing to engage in the types of work for which it is responsible (e.g., emergency response and anti-terrorism work) and SPB-controlled organizations – Super Powered Groups – in particular. In the 20 years since its inception, DOSA has registered a Super Powered Group in nearly every major city in the U.S.
- Local law enforcement handles most non-SPB related civil and criminal issues, just as they always have. Incidents potentially involving SPBs are reported to the nearest DOSA-registered SPG, assuming the nature of the incident even needs to be announced.
- Non-registered Super Powered Groups or persons (and the rare non-SPB individual) becoming involved in such matters (with the exception of new Quantums) are considered vigilantes. DOSA first contacts the person or persons and orders them to cease and desist their actions. They will offer groups an opportunity to register, although they will be obligated to pay restitution for damages caused by any vigilante actions. Failure to comply includes additional fines and possible imprisonment.