By Steve Neavling
The long-delayed plan to build a new FBI headquarters appears to have hit yet another funding snag.
The budget that Congress is set to consider this week is more than a half billion dollars short of what’s needed to build the new headquarters, and it could take another year to decide on the location, the Washington Post reports. 
Under President Obama, the plan was to build a new headquarters in the Washington D.C. suburbs for $1.4 billion. The proposed budget deal under consideration this week provides just $523 million.
But the budget deal leaves open the possibility of another $315 million to add to the $390 million previously appropriated for the project.
The GSA wants to build a new headquarters in Greenbelt, Md., Landover, Md., or Springfield, Va.
The current headquarters is too cramped and not built to accommodate new technology.