The FBC's Charter is a file that can be found in Resident Evil: Revelations.


It is located in one of the locker rooms inside the Terragrigia building. It can be found and read by Parker Luciani during the Episode 3-1 and Episode 11-2.


The Federal Bioterrorism Commission was founded by the U.S. government to be the enforcing agency of the guidelines set forth in the National Species Protection Act.

This document outlines the FBC's charter and the responsibilities of its members.

The FBC is charged with protecting the United States and her interests from biological threats. Our organization will work with other countries and their respective wildlife protection organs to guard public health. As such, we are tasked with ensuring the biological safety of the public at large.

The duties of all FBC members include the research, training, and supplies of the biological community. Policies will be formented on a needs-only basis, with any additional budget expenditures and extraordinary activities being approved by a plenary session of the Wildlife Protection Committee.

The FBC chair is selected by the Wildlife Protection Committee. The chair's duties include complete oversight of the FBC and coordination of all activities with respective U.S. Cabinet officials. The FBC chair is the final overseer of the National Animal Protection Community.

All members of the National Animal Protection Community are entitled to request help from the chair, including the Secretaries of State and Defense, and the Director of National Intelligence. However, the chair has final authority on all matters of national biological safety.








The "National Species Protection Act" is a creation of the game's localizers. In the Japanese script, this "Act" is shown to be a series of "national biological defense laws". The mention of a "Wildlife Protection Committee" is a gross departure from the intended "National Security Council". Furthermore, the original script makes mention that the F.B.C. was founded in 2001 - the English translation does not mention this at all.


Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.