As a mid-tier operative you've been tasked by your broker to ferret out a mole within his client's corporation. You are hired into the client's corporation via the pull of the broker in order to work within the system. The client has no information on the mole save for the fact that there is one. As per your broker's instructions, you are given carte blanche as to how you discover who or what the mole is, but it has been requested by the client that it remain as...quiet as possible.
This is a deep cover, possibly long-term assignment.
It's been two months since you started working your second life for the corporation.
How do you proceed with your original task?
If this were an actual story, I'd imagine the first bit there as the prologue. The interim two months before you begin your mission would be used as a series of choose your own adventure checks to generate resources for your character. I'm thinking..."Do you try to get to know others in the office?" "Do you eat with others, or alone?" "XYZ is going out for drinks after work today, do you join?" These sort of things could either generate intel or assets (friendships) that would allow for different choices down the line of the mission. So, as you play through the actual mission, you might find it beneficial to actually get into your fake role within the corporation as opposed to being the lone wolf. This, of course, might create a whole new level of problems should you find out who or what the mole actually is.