According to the New York Times, an "independent" inquiry into 9/11-Benghazi "sharply criticizes" the State Department: "The panel ... determined that a number of officials had shown poor leadership."
But the slimes at the Times have Hillary covered:
".... In response to the panel’s findings, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said in a letter to Congress that she was accepting all 29 of the panel’s recommendations, several of which are classified.
Mrs. Clinton is taking specific steps to correct the problems, according to officials. They say the State Department is asking permission from Congress to transfer $1.3 billion from funds that had been allocated for spending in Iraq. This includes $553 million for additional Marine security guards; $130 million for diplomatic security personnel; and $691 million for improving security at installations abroad."
I don't know what the State Department Budget is right now, but here are some of their "program expeditures" from FY2010, via Wikipedia:
'Achieving Peace and Security', $7.0 billion
'Governing Justly and Democratically', $0.9 billion
'Investing in People', $4.6 billion
'Promoting Economic Growth and Prosperity', $1.5 billion
'Providing Humanitarian Assistance', $1.8 billion
'Promoting International Understanding', $2.7 billion
'Strengthening Consular and Management Capabilities', $4.0 billion
'Executive Direction and Other Costs Not Assigned', $4.2 billion