Additional Limitations for Governmental Entities. A “Governmental Entity” means any United States or non-United States (a) federal, state, local, municipal, or other government; (b) governmental or quasi-governmental entity of any nature (including any governmental agency, branch, department, official, or entity and any court or other tribunal); or (c) body exercising or entitled to exercise any administrative, executive, judicial, legislative, police, regulatory, or taxing authority or power of any nature, including any arbitral tribunal (public or private), any regulatory or supervisory authority or any self-regulatory organization. Any Governmental Entity comprising of one or more sub-entities must purchase a separate Group Subscription for each of its sub-entities. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing and as an illustrative example, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (“DOHS”) may not purchase a single Group Subscription for the entirety of DOHS but must purchase a separate Group Subscription for each of it sub-agencies, such as Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) and Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”). Similarly, for further example, the Administrative Office of the Courts may not purchase one Group Subscription for the entire federal judiciary. Instead, each circuit must purchase its own Group Subscription.