Alliance Infrastructure Agency
|Alliance Infrastructure Agency
|Term length||1 Year|
|Inaugural holder||Leandro Lima|
The Alliance Infrastructure Agency is one of the four major Agencies of the Alliance and is responsible for Run the transport forums in the AIN, is responsible for all roleplay focused on transportation and utilities (including energy, water, and waste), collects data on air/land/sea routes between nations, encourages development of transportation infrastructure, and promotes the adoption of new energy and water-related technologies.
The Alliance Infrastructure Agency was formed in February 2015 replacing the former Ministry of the Environment, Agriculture and Transport, It acquired its current name on 29 December 2014, when the Roleplay Government Reform Act bill by then-President Zack Hart passed in Parliament., along with the Alliance Public Services Agency former Ministry of Education, Health and Infrastructure , the Alliance Economic Agency former Ministry of Finance and Information, and the Alliance Cultural Agency former Ministry of Culture, Arts and Sport.
|No.||Name||Country of origin||Took office||Left office||Note|
|1||Bruno Silberberch||Galbadia||Feb 29, 2015||Feb 28, 2017||First Director of Infrastructure|
|2||Alexander Bluefields||Carolina||Mar 1, 2017||Incumbent||First Director of Infrastructure|
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|Alliance of Independent Nations|
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