Ministry of Security and Public Administration

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Ministry of Security and Public Administration,
Republic of Korea

안전행정부
Anjeon Haengjeong-bu
Agency overview
Formed February 29, 2008[1]
Dissolved November 19, 2014
Jurisdiction Government of South Korea
Headquarters Central Government Complex, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Annual budget ₩31.7 trillion(FY 2010)[2] about US$ 26.5 billion
Agency executives Yoo Jeong-bok, Minister
Park Chan-woo, 1st Vice Minister
Lee Gyeong-og, 2nd Vice Minister
Website Official English Site [1]

Ministry of Security and Public Administration (MOSPA),[3] formerly Ministry of Public Administration and Security (MOPAS),[4] is a ministry of the national government of South Korea. The ministry is in charge of the civil and domestic affairs in South Korea including the National Police Agency and the National Emergency Management Agency.

Its headquarters are in the Seoul Government Complex in Jongno District, Seoul.[5]

In November 2014, ministry separate Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs, Ministry of Public Safety and Security and Ministry of Personnel Management.

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  1. ^ ROK Ministry of Public Administration and Security website: History of Ministry of Public Administration and Security.
  2. ^ ROK Ministry of Public Administration and Security website: Budget of Ministry of Public Administration and Security.
  3. ^ Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs (MOGAHA): http://www.mospa.go.kr/eng/sub/a02/history/screen.do
  4. ^ SAIS. (2010). US-KOREA 2010 YEARBOOK. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University, p. 171.: http://uskoreainstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/2010-SAIS-US-Korea-Yearbook.pdf
  5. ^ "Location." (Archive) Ministry of Security and Public Administration. Retrieved on January 1, 2013. "209 Sejong-daero(Sejong-ro), Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea"

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