At 1:19:15, Kiefer drives his stolen banana truck into an alley, pulls out his "duffel of justice" (TM Wing Chun, from next to me on the couch the first time I watched this) and asks some catering staff hanging out by an open door, "Drop-off or receiving?" They direct him right into the building. Apparently those are the magic words for admission anywhere, at least when the dude saying them is literally panting under the weight of his equipment. What do they think is in there, the wet bar?
Reed's editor, Gary, is at work -- stressing out about assigning a profile on Logan, coincidentally enough -- when Reed calls from a pay phone. Kiefer left her at least nine minutes ago, and she's just now getting around to calling? Maybe it took her this long to remember how a pay phone works. She tells him about the video she's got connecting Russia to Hassan's death, which she got from Jack Bauer. Gary's a little stunned that she's been in touch with such a wanted person, but agrees to meet at "that diner with the coffee you hate" in fifteen minutes, and to keep it to himself. Good thing he's an old-school type.
Somewhere in a relatively private spot behind a chain link fence, Kiefer starts unloading his giant duffel. Among the equipment he unearths is what looks like a big, black, bulletproof mask, which is one scary-ass artifact. Even Kiefer looks a little nervous to have that Jason-meets-Vader puss staring back up at him. But presumably it's less scary from the inside.
Meanwhile, Logan is in the back of his limo, on the phone with Novakovich and telling him not to panic. Which isn't really working, for obvious reasons. "We both knew that Bauer would be a difficult problem to solve," Logan shrugs. Novakovich frets that Kiefer's working his way up the conspiracy. "How long before he gets to me?" I'd say within the next two and a half hours, max. Although that timeline might be shortened if Novakovich leaves the fortress-like U.N. to take a little breather in his hotel suite. Which, naturally, is what he appears to have done. Logan assures him Kiefer won't get to him, since Novakovich himself said Tokarev wouldn't talk. "I promise you, Bauer's never going to know." Is there anything more terrifying than being reassured about something by Charles Logan?