The CIA had no way of tracking down the Americans who were working in the secret CIA-controlled facility at Quantico, Virginia.
As it turns out, the Americans were all on the same team.
In the late 1970s, the CIA and its contractors developed an elaborate system for monitoring the lives of the agency’s personnel and contractors.
One of the first to use this system was the NSA, which, under the direction of William Colby, began tracking the communications of people in the U.S. military and intelligence communities.
According to documents declassified in 2015, the agency then had an even better way to track the people who worked for the CIA.
The CIA and NSA developed a system for identifying people working in their facilities.
The process involved using a unique identifier to track each person, and the CIA was able to identify individuals even when the agency was unaware of their identity.
The system could also be used to identify people in other parts of the U., such as countries with large Muslim populations.
In order to better track the CIA, the agencies developed their own systems for tracking people within the agency, as well.
One such system was called the Intelligence Identifier (IE), a code that was used to track people.
The first use of the code was to track an employee at the CIA’s Langley, Virginia, headquarters.
As the name suggests, the code assigned a numeric value to each of the letters in the person’s name.
The agency then used that code to identify the employee.
Once the employee had been identified, the IEs were used to record the location and date of every communication with the employee, including all messages sent and received.
The code was also used to collect intelligence on the whereabouts of people.
However, when it came to tracking people who were not CIA employees, the Agency developed a different method.
Using a code created by the CIA to track CIA employees and contractors, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) developed a new system for tracking those who were non-CIA employees, such as contractors working at other agencies or military installations.
This system, codenamed XO2, was originally called the “Discovery and Tracking System” (DTS), and it was developed to help the CIA track people in its covert operations.
The OPM also developed a similar system called XO3, which is still used today.
According the OPM, the XO systems are used to locate the whereabouts and status of the CIA personnel who are assigned to various locations, such the CIA Directorate, or CIA offices and facilities.
In addition, the OMB also created a separate system to track individuals who worked at CIA Headquarters, known as the “Conductive Agent” (CA), or CIA Officer.
In theory, the CA system tracked a person’s whereabouts in order to help identify the CIA agent or contractor who was working with them.
In practice, however, the system is used to keep track of the whereabouts in real time of the Agency personnel and to gather intelligence on other covert operations by the Agency.
The XO system is currently used to help track people who are at CIA headquarters, such agents and contractors working in other CIA facilities.
When the CIA developed its XO and CA systems, it also created its own method for tracking contractors working with the Agency’s facilities.
According a declassified report by the Senate Intelligence Committee, the FBI’s Office of Security used XO technology to track and follow contractors working for the agency in their offices and for other CIA-run facilities.
It also used the Xo technology to help locate contractors who worked in foreign countries, and it even used the system to help it track the whereabouts, status, and location of people working for foreign intelligence services.
When it came time to develop the CIA-linked system, the intelligence community was able use a combination of different intelligence sources and methods to track both CIA contractors and Agency employees.
As an example, a former CIA contractor, William Allen Jones, told the Senate Committee that he worked for one of the clandestine agencies.
According Jones, his job was to collect information on people working at CIA facilities and the Agency was in charge of the job.
He said that, “the CIA had a system to identify who was a contractor and who was not a contractor.
They would send a letter to a contractor in Washington State, and they would tell the contractor that if they had information about CIA people working there, they could put that information in a file.
The contractor would write back and tell the CIA that he had that information.
And the CIA would then send a response back to that person saying that they had it.”
In other words, the information contained in the letter was sent to a computer somewhere in Washington state, which would then be used by the NSA to find the contractor working for that CIA facility.
According CIA director Michael Hayden, the program was never officially approved by the OPC