The House committee investigating Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack is going to be asking several current and former Secret Service officials to come in for interviews, according to one source.

There has not yet been any official announcement regarding the dates set for the interviews, but these reports come after the committee got access to 1 million electronic communications from the Secret Service following the notification that many texts from Jan. 6 had been “erased.”

Among the Secret Service members that the White House is hoping to speak to are the two men who were mentioned by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson in her testimony regarding Donald Trump attacking his Security detail after they told him they would not be helping him go to the Capitol to join his supporters.

Those men are Tony Ornato and Bobby Engel. Ornato was supposedly the one to tell Hutchinson the story, while Engel was a witness of the incident. Both of these men have previously been interviewed by the panel.

Other Secret Service leaders that will now be interviewed include Director Kimberly Cheatle, the assistant director of protective operations on Jan. 6, Timothy Giebels, head of former Vice President Mike Pence’s security detail, and Anthony Guglielmi, the current communications director of the agency.

Earlier this month during a hearing the committee presented new evidence regarding the Secret Service. They also showed several intelligence reports which provided further insight into Hutchinson’s testimony.