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Hearings & Meetings


Displayed below are brief descriptions of each committee meeting and hearing scheduled to take place today, and on days thereafter. The time and location of each meeting/hearing is identified. Meetings that have been canceled or postponed are also noted.
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Time-Room
CommitteeTopic
00000000 AMToday, Jan 22, 2019No committee hearings scheduled
012410:00 AMThursday, Jan 24, 2019
10:00 AM – SD-366
Energy and Natural Resources
Hearings to examine the United States' overall role in the Arctic from a domestic and international perspective, including natural resource development and environmental stewardship.
012909:30 AMTuesday, Jan 29, 2019
9:30 AM – SH-216
Intelligence
Hearings to examine worldwide threats.
012910:00 AMTuesday, Jan 29, 2019
10:00 AM – SD-406
Environment and Public Works
Hearings to examine the nomination of Nicole R. Nason, of New York, to be Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration, Department of Transportation.
012910:00 AMTuesday, Jan 29, 2019
10:00 AM – SD-342
Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
Organizational business meeting to consider committee rules and an original resolution authorizing expenditures by the committee during the 116th Congress.
012910:00 AMTuesday, Jan 29, 2019
10:00 AM – SD-430
Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
Hearings to examine access to care, focusing on health centers and providers in underserved communities.
01291300 PMTuesday, Jan 29, 2019
1:00 PM – SH-219
Intelligence
Closed hearings to examine worldwide threats.
01291430 PMTuesday, Jan 29, 2019
2:30 PM – SR-222
Armed Services
Subcommittee on Cybersecurity
Hearings to examine Department of Defense enterprise-wide cybersecurity policies and architecture.
01291430 PMTuesday, Jan 29, 2019
2:30 PM – SD-608
Budget
Hearings to examine the Congressional Budget Office's budget and economic outlook, focusing on fiscal years 2019-2029.

How to Find Committee Hearing Transcripts
Titanic Hearings Report

Published hearing transcripts contain all witness testimony, the question-and-answer portion of the hearing, and any other material requested of the witness by the committee. It may take several months, or even years, for a hearing to be published. Unlike most other congressional documents, hearings are not available from the Senate or House Document Rooms. You may be able to locate a hearing from the Government Publishing Office's govinfo website, from a committee website, or from a federal depository library. For more tips, read the guide How to find committee hearings.


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