|Office of Public Information|
|State Emblem of Westland|
|Preceding agency||Body created|
|Headquarters||Office of Public Information, Brikkstö|
|Annual budget||$50 Million|
|Agency executive||Kris Angals, Chief Officer|
|Parent agency||Interior Affiars Ministry|
|Key document||Mission Statement of the Office of Public Information (1923)|
The Office of Public Information (Westlandic : Плʙгıᴋ-Nöтaи Bляo Publik-Nӧtas Buro) is a department of the Interior Ministry of the Westlandic government which is devoted to public diplomacy, communications and provision of information. Set up in 1923, the Office is responsible for all of the Westlandic government's propaganda and public information activities using a variety of forms, it is also responsible for the Westlandic public service broadcaster, Fӧlksnetzvӧrk and the state newspaper, the Fӧlksprez. It is the largest sub-ministerial department in the Westlandic government, with a budget of approximately $50 million as of 2015. The Office employs a workforce of approximately 1,500 with varying activites from Graphic Designers to Media Consultants.
Mission and Duties
According the Office of Public Information's mission statement, the Office's duties are as follows;
- To inform and enlighten the public;
- To manage the provision of important information to the public;
- To promote the regime of Westland, but convey balanced and objective information.