The Pentagon has a budget that’s set to double by 2023, and a new administration is going to be paying attention.
In the coming months, the Pentagon will begin a major review of the agency’s budget, and as a result, its planners are set to begin working on a new plan to address the NSA’s budget shortfall.
The Office of Management and Budget has released a report detailing its findings on how the agency will handle its $400 billion budget over the next 10 years.
The OMB estimates that the Pentagon is going spend nearly $4 billion on the new building, and that it will spend another $4.5 billion on a variety of things that will increase the overall size of the organization.
Here’s what you need know about what the OMB expects to spend on the building.
The OMB’s report is expected to come out this week.
The agency has been under heavy scrutiny for years, with lawmakers questioning the NSA for years about its ability to monitor the Internet, spy on Americans’ private lives, and track people around the world.
The NSA, meanwhile, has said it doesn’t have any plans to upgrade its technology, but the Omb had some big surprises for the Pentagon.
It’s not just the NSA, however.
The Office of Personnel Management also has a $3.5 trillion budget to manage its workforce.
That agency will need to do its part, too, with the OPM going into overdrive to hire more workers, and it plans to pay out some $400.4 billion in bonuses this year alone.
The Pentagon also wants to increase its workforce by 6 percent by 2020, and the OMO is going into full-on expansion to hire about 5,500 employees.
The report also notes that the government’s military plans are going to require significant change.
It is projected that the military will spend nearly a billion dollars in 2021 alone, and there will be a requirement for nearly a trillion dollars in new military equipment.
The Pentagon is also going to need to rethink the way it works with private companies.
In 2018, the OMEB said the Pentagon would be required to create a new Office of Contract Management to handle the work of outsourcing its military work.
The office will focus on contracting with private contractors, and will have a “bulk acquisition” policy that allows the government to use the funds to buy the equipment and services that are most important to the contractor.
The plan is also set to be rolled out in 2021.
While the new budget is set to take effect this month, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Office for Management and Communications have already started planning for the agency.
They are also preparing a new strategy, including a focus on the military and its use of technology to combat terrorism.