Not an easy question to answer. The detailed total budgets for each agencies specific missions would clearly indicate the threats that our country is prepared/preparing for (eg. foreign vs domestic, sea vs land vs air vs space, cyber response vs cyber defense, etc). Since those threats are the purview of Congressional intelligence committees and not the general Congress, how could total budgets for each agency even be publicly assessed? I have to say Nay. On the flip side, showing budgets would definitely encourage responsible spending and meaningful sharing of intel between agencies. If there were a clear “middle-ground” way of packaging these intel budgets that prevented signaling of our intel interests and aid in budget transparency, I would whole-heartedly support it.