If you are looking for an alternative to the NSA’s office building in New York City, you might want to move.
According to a recent report from Bloomberg, the building that housed the NSA has been shut down, and the government is now taking over the building.
The NSA whistleblower building has been a controversial building in the US.
It was originally built in 1961 and served as the headquarters of the FBI.
In 1996, the NSA was ordered to close its offices in the building, which housed its main building, to make way for the construction of the US Customs and Border Protection’s new headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The NSA headquarters has since been converted into a building for the Department of Homeland Security.