The FBI’s annual spending bill is bigger than the U.S. economy, but there are some people who aren’t happy about it.
Agents and prosecutors across the country are complaining about a $1 trillion spending bill that they say isn’t going to fix their problems, according to Politico.
Agencies are taking a page from Congress’ playbook and complaining about how the spending bill didn’t include a measure that would increase their salaries and expenses.
In a statement, FBI spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores said the bureau will ask lawmakers to bring in a measure to fund the bureau.
“The FBI is one of the most efficient, effective and effective law enforcement organizations in the world,” Flores said.
“The bureau has been and will continue to be the premier law enforcement agency in the nation.”
While some agencies may be unhappy with the spending deal, the Bureau is particularly angry about the way it’s written.
Under the Senate spending bill, which is scheduled to be voted on this week, agencies get an extra $10 billion for the next five years and $1 billion for each of the next two years.
The agency has requested an extra half billion dollars for its current fiscal year, and the spending plan includes $2 billion for additional overtime, overtime pay, and training for agents.
The FBI’s budget is $3.6 trillion, and its agents make $8,400 a year.
Agence Nationale de la Reconnaissance de France, which oversees French special forces, is currently making $3,400 per year.