Anne Harrington: We reached out directly to the institutes. We were, you know, at that time, we were an international organization chartered to work in Russia. We had that cover of being an international organization, it wasn't just the United States. The person on the phone could be Japanese, or French, or US, or Russian. We had many Russian members of the staff. Some of those staff members, in fact, helped us with the introductions into the biological weapons community, people from the various institutes who ended up being recruited to work for the ISTC. And, in fact, we went out and actively recruited people knowing that that was probably the best way to make links into the community.