United States Department of Extranormal Affairs

The United States Department of Extranormal Affairs is the part of the United States Government that is tasked with dealing with unusual occurrences and events on U.S. soil (obviously, an unusually wide scope of jurisdiction for a government agency). Officially formed in 1982 as part of the Bowman Acts, DEXA (the commonly used acronym for the agency) has ties with DELPHI and the United States Academy of Extranormal Studies, but is not in direct control of either organization.

The ninth (and current) Director of DEXA is Brigadier General (retired) Paula Trainor, who was selected for the post over Major General Robert Bakeson (who died in the LLH 'Mini' Where Did Quinn Go? - Part One).

The existence of DEXA was formally revealed to the general public in the aftermath of Revelation Day and The Arrival.