The Office of Special Games (OSG), was created sometime in early January 2008 as a Pentagon unit created by Paul Wolfowitz and headed by Scott McChesney, as charged by then U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates, to supply senior Bush administration officials with raw intelligence (unvetted by intelligence analysts) pertaining to games. While a Pentagon unit the OSG is divorced complete from the main Pentagon chain of command and funding. Report directly to and only being overseen by the White House. Never the less the OSG has issued reports directly to and in joint with; the Pentagon, Department of Homeland Security, Central Intelligence Agency, Internal Revenue Service, the 51st State, Congress, National Security Agency, The Supreme Intelligence, The Memphis Group, Aperture Science, Department of Energy. PSI Corps, the Rand Corporation, the band Rush and the law firm of Wolfram and Hart.
In a rare interview with Scott McChesney, acting Head Director of OSG he stated that, “The Office of Special Games stands fast in providing important and factual facts about our unthinkable thoughts concerning games and there affects on America and its allies.”