6. Tasking

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Once recruited by the CuIS, an agent is generally tasked to provide information. The CuIS should already have a fairly good idea of what that agent is currently in a position to provide. However, with the longer term in mind, the CuIS can direct the recruited agent into fields that may permit greater access in the future. For instance, agents can be directed into certain fields of study, which can lead to employment in USG agencies with access to more valuable information. Agents are also in a position to pass on names of other potential recruits to their Cuban masters, regenerating the recruitment cycle.

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