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C is a codename used to identify an official in the secret services of the British Government.
In real life
In real life "C" is the codename of the head of MI6. MI6 started as the Foreign Section of the Secret Service Bureau. Its first director was Captain Sir George Mansfield Smith-Cumming, who, often dropping the "Smith", used his initial "C" as his codename, which was also used by all subsequent directors of SIS. In the Bond universe, "C" is replaced by "M"
In James Bond
In the James Bond 007 universe, "C" is the Director-General of the Joint Security Service. The first director, shown in the 2015 film SPECTRE is Max Denbigh. C's office is located in the CNS (Centre for National Security).