Occupational areas and positions include intelligence analysis, international relations, foreign affairs, security administration, transportation security officer, park ranger, correctional officer and police officer.
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Intelligence Analysis is classified under the Social Science family of occupations by the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) Classification Guide, but it is listed under Security and Protection as that is more descriptive of the duties.
|Agency||Security and Protection Positions|
|Department of Homeland Security||54,615|
|Department of Defense||25,562|
|Department of Justice||23,431|
|Department of the Navy||8,973|
|Department of the Army||8,917|
|United States Air Force||5,398|
|Department of the Interior||3,602|
|Department of Defense (Excluding Services)||2,274|
|Department of Treasury||186|
|Nuclear Regulatory Commission||126|
|Department of State||63|
|Office of Personnel Management||46|
Source: Fedscope 09/08
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