Human & Financial Capital Department

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While a community’s two main organizational departments are equal and independent of each other in stature and authority, the Human and Financial Capital Department has more public-servant seats than the Process and Property Department.

The Capital Department comprises 372 of a community’s 480 public-servant seats (1,488 individuals out of 1,920 total).

In addition, the Capital Department includes the community’s 960 coordinator positions for apartment buildings (3,840 individuals), who are appointed and trained by the Capital Department’s Village Bureau.  

The Capital Department helps participants grow in knowledge, skills, and well-being, thus adding value to their “human capital.”[1]

This department promotes the community’s human development—including education, culture, social dynamics, and recreation—and manages most of its current and intangible assets, including inventories, financial capital, and intellectual property.

The Capital Department helps community participants establish their stewardships as small-business owners or contractors. In addition, this division’s public servants coordinate the community’s social/geographical units of districts and villages, which is why this division requires so many seats.

As shown in the grid below, the Capital Department’s four bureaus each contain three agencies, with each agency led by a president seat (four individuals). Across each bureau, the three presidents of each demographic comprise a presidency; thus, each bureau has a single male presidency of three agency presidents and likewise a single female presidency, married female presidency, and married male presidency.

All 12 of these presidents together form a bureau board. The Capital Department’s four bureau boards appoint and train an additional 360 public-servant positions (1,440 individuals).

The Capital Department contains the following four bureaus, each of which contains three agencies. The bureau pattern of 12 presidents, four presidencies, and one board also applies in each of the community’s 24 districts and 96 villages.

To read more about a bureau or agency, click on its name below.

Human & Financial Capital Department

  1. Human capital is “the collective skills, knowledge, or other intangible assets of individuals that can be used to create economic value for the individuals, their employers, or their community” (