Examining the FBI’s Plans for Expansion: A Debate for the Public

In Analysis by Michael Rae

The federal government has plans for a new headquarters complex for the FBI on three sites in Virginia of 58, 61, and 80 acres. That amounts to twice the size of the Pentagon building, which accounts for 29 acres plus a five-acre courtyard. The new FBI headquarters would also surpass the Russian Kremlin, which contains government offices, the presidential residence, auditoriums, an arsenal, a museum, and several churches, all in slightly more than 66 acres. 
Last year the Biden administration claimed the current FBI headquarters “can no longer support the long-term mission of the FBI.” The bureau “has begun a multi-year process of

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