The most tangible aspect of the agreement is an exchange of personnel that, according to the DoD press release, aims to improve communication channels, especially the communication of priorities and requests for support. As part of the agreement, DHS will appoint a Director of Cybersecurity Coordination who will work within the National Security Agency (NSA) and act as the DHS Cybersecurity Representative to the U.S. Cyber Command. In addition, DHS has committed to assign additional staff to the NSA, including members of the General Counsel`s DHS office, the Data Protection Office, and the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. In return, the DoD will integrate a group of analysts, a group of crypto services, into the DHS National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications (NCCIC) with the aim of supporting the cybersecurity operation of DHS and synchronizing them with those of the DoD. . . .