By now, most of you are aware of the Pentagon’s contracting problems.
In July, the Office of the Secretary of Defense announced that it would require contractors to pay an additional $1,000 for each year of work they perform.
The change is meant to make sure that the Pentagon is adequately funding the services of its employees.
But what about the money itself?
The OSPD says that it doesn’t have a “budgeting methodology,” so there’s no way to know exactly how much the changes are costing the Pentagon.
The department does, however, have a breakdown of how much it is spending on its contractors, and it’s interesting to see how the money is allocated.
In a recent report, the Congressional Research Service found that the Defense Department spends $17.6 billion on contractors annually.
That’s almost $2,000 per employee.
That seems like a pretty good chunk of money.
And the problem is that this is not an apples-to-apples comparison, since it takes account of multiple factors, like how much time a contractor spends working for the government, how much money they make, and so on.
If you look at the numbers, the Pentagon spends around $15 billion a year on its own employees.
That means that it’s spending about $16,000 on every contractor it hires, and around $1.5 million per employee it has.
So in order to get to the figure above, you have to assume that every contract pays out around $2.5m per year.
That sounds like a lot, but it’s actually a fairly good approximation of how contractors are paid.
If they’re not paid, then you’re not paying them.
And it doesn’ mean that they’re bad employees.
The Ospd is pretty generous with this money.
It allows contractors to take up to $1 million in annual performance bonuses and stock options, and to keep their contracts if they leave the military for good.
This is also good, as it gives contractors the ability to continue working even if they’re no longer needed.
It’s also nice to see the Ospds numbers included in the report.
In other words, it’s a lot of money, but there’s a big problem.
The Defense Department has a history of spending money on contractors that don’t work out.
That includes $6 billion in a 2009 contract that let Boeing build a new jet.
According to the Washington Post, the company went into financial difficulties and was forced to pay Boeing a penalty that it didn’t owe.
The result was that Boeing ended up losing out on a lot more money than it should have.
The problem with this one contract is that it only lasted three years.
That gives the Pentagon a lot to work with in the future, but if the Pentagon really wanted to fix its contracting problems, it would want to look at how to get a lot better at paying the people it hires.
That would allow the Pentagon to pay out much more, which would allow it to spend more on training, weapons, and other things that will make the military safer.