Site Director Jacobs,

The Board has come to a decision regarding Incident 049-01 and the containment of RPC-049. Please utilize RPC-040-B to terminate RPC-049. Failure to comply will be met with disciplinary action and possible debriefing.

Thank you.
Global Director 04


Janet Neuman, ██/██/1949.


Registered Phenomena Code: 049

Object Class: Omega-White

Hazard Types: Sentient Hazard, Meta-Physical Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-049 is currently roaming Site-002 in various sectors due to no known method of containing/binding RPC-049 into one static place.1

RPC-049 is to be provided a functioning electronic keycard with a security level of 2. The provided keycard is to be registered as Janet E. Neuman, personnel ID number 002-818-006784 and updated once annually.

Personnel assigned to Site-002 with security clearance of Level 3 or higher is to demonstrate an extreme supervision to their documents to avoid misplacements that may be caused by RPC-049. The Department of Archives does not take responsibility for missing and/or damaged documents.

RPC-049 is to be supervised by no less than 2 personnel with security clearance of Level 2. RPC-049's current location can be located by contacting the active supervisor James Callaghan (duty hours 00:00 - 12:00) or Roland Joyce (duty hours 12-00 - 00:00).

Description: RPC-049 is a projection produced by RPC-040-A of the former Site-002 Human Resources archivist named Janet Neuman. However, unlike other instances of RPC-040-1, RPC-049 demonstrates a sense of free will and continues Archivist Neuman's job of archiving files around the site. RPC-049 retains Archivist Neuman's bodily and facial features, albeit in a gray monotone.

RPC-049 does not respond to external stimulants (touch, speech, etc.). However, RPC-049 completely understand which files needed archiving. Site Director Holloman Jacobs has allowed RPC-049 to roam freely about Site-002; deemed to be useful to the Authority.

RPC-049 is capable of phasing through solid objects of any composition not exceeding 30 centimeters in thickness perpendicular to RPC-049; a trait that has not yet discovered by the researchers working on RPC-040.

RPC-049 is capable of utilizing sorting carts, open electronically sealed doors with a keycard of its appropriate security level and operate computers, albeit at a slower pace compared to Archivist Neuman's average daily performance. RPC-049 sorts and archives file 24 hours a day, ignoring opening hours or holidays.

RPC-049 has been observed to sit and sleep in the break room and visit the sixth-floor observation deck2. Despite RPC-049's unsettling appearance, Site-002 personnel has not expressed any displeasure towards RPC-049.

As of June 2018, RPC-049 has been recognized as Site-002's employee of the month, 786 times in a row.

Appendix 1: Discovery Log: During a containment breach dated 01/02/1957, Archivist Neuman ran into RPC-040-A during its powered state and was instantly dematerialized.

RPC-049 was only discovered during the extended facility sweep 2 days after the breach when several researchers witnessed RPC-049 repeatedly swiping its keycard into the archive room's scanner.3

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