I like the premise. Here's a few thoughts:
' ...a man with light brown hair and dark brown eyes wearing a pair of dark green cargo pants and a dark blue T-shirt holding a clipboard intercepted you as you entered the building.'
I might lay off describing the color of something unless it's important to the story. I think this may be weighing your prose down a bit. In general, I think there's just a bit too much description going on here. Your readers don't strictly need to know what he's wearing in this scene. (though sometimes its important to mention, for setting a scene or whatever.) At least, not to this extent.
' ...the Psyconic Investigation and Removal Agents.'
It's a bit of a mouthfull. I think this needs a witty acronym.
... 'PI-RA'? Maybe not. I dunno, I'd just play with, see what you can come up with.
Drake smiled. “Oh forgot to tell you my full name.” He chuckled. “Drake Reed at your service.” He stood. “Follow and I’ll take you to your boss.”
I think you meant to put 'follow me' instead of just 'follow'
“See that man?” Drake pointed to a man who was talking to another man. “That man is your boss.
I'm noticing a lot of repetition in your prose. I'd be careful about that. You've got 4 used of the word 'man' in fairly quick succession. I don't believe constantly looking up different words to use is always the right thing, but a little variety never hurt. I'd play with these sentences to see if you can find a way to avoid saying 'man' so much.
Steve didn’t comment, but glared at Garret. “Ace, you file here says you don’t know how to use a gun.”
You probably meant 'your' instead of 'you' there.
“What is a muzzle?” You asked as you watch Tyler grabbing some guns.
Earlier in the story I picked the option that suggested my character at least knew the basics of guns. Shouldn't he know that?
“You can’t eat inside my office.” “Okay, your mission for today is simple.”
These sentences are side by side. They shouldn't be given separate quotes.
That's all I got on this play through. It's an interesting setup, though I'm disappointed I didn't get to see more of what these psychic(?) people are. I think the prose could use a little work. I saw a lot of repetition with words, and sentences didn't always sound totally natural, but you could still easily patch all that up during editing.