House Oversight Committee Holds Organizational Meeting, Adopts Official Rules, & Announces Republican Members
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee today held its organizational meeting for the 114th Congress to adopt its official rules package along with one
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to Hold Organizational Meeting
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will hold the official organizational meeting Tuesday, January 27th. During the meeting, the Chairman will officially announce the Republican and Democratic Members and the membership of each subcommittee. The Committee will also consider and adopt the rules for the 114th Congress. WHAT: Official Committee Organizing Meeting
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz Announces Committee Members for 114th Congress
“I am pleased to announce the membership of the committee for the 114th Congress. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will work to apply rigorous oversight and practical reforms to the operations of the federal government and the use of taxpayer dollars. We will work with our Democrat counterparts to hold the federal government accountable to American people,” said Chairman Chaffetz.
Chairman Chaffetz Applauds Secret Service Changes
“I applaud Acting Director Clancy's action on the Panel's recommendations. The Secret Service has suffered from a lack of leadership and that has had a detrimental impact on security, training, protocols, and overall culture. Changes are necessary and these departures are a step in the right direction. Failures within leadership have been detrimental to the reputation of this elite law enforcement agency, and subsequently the morale of the men and women who work hard to keep the President and ...
IN THE NEWS: Chairman Chaffetz will shine spotlight on Interior, EPA powers
The House GOP's new top watchdog plans to intensify oversight of the Interior Department and U.S. EPA in the 114th Congress, spotlighting everything from alleged restrictions on federal lands to employee misconduct.
Chairman-elect Chaffetz Announces New Oversight Subcommittees and Chairs
Incoming Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz announced this week six new Subcommittees that will be established during the 114thCongress and the Chair selections: “When assessing the future of the committee and our goals, we saw an opportunity to make some changes, which includes modifications to subcommittee issue areas and titles. These changes will allow the subcommittee Chairs and Members to take a new approach to addressing the matters that come ...
Oversight Committee Releases 348 Page Report on Legislative, Oversight Accomplishments
Today, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., released a comprehensive report detailing the legislative and oversight work between 2011 and 2014. “With a mission to ensure Americans are served by an ‘efficient, effective government that works for them,’ the Committee on Oversight and ...
Issa Releases Report on IRS Targeting as 113th Congress Concludes
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., today released a new staff report, “The Internal Revenue Service’s Targeting of Conservative Tax-Exempt Applicants: Report of Findings for the 113th Congress.” The report represents findings from the review of over 1.3 million pages of documents and 52 transcribed interviews with IRS, Treasury, and Justice Department employees.
Issa Applauds Senate Action to Open Digital Access to Legislative Data
Today, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., released the following statement on U.S. House Bulk Legislative Task Force Deputy House Clerk Robert Reeves’ announcement that the U.S. Senate will open public access to its legislative information in digital data formats for the 114th Congress: “I congratulate the Senate for acting to offer Americans digital access to bulk legislative data in this exciting step ...
Oversight Report Finds Poor Decision-Making in Disability Program Could Cost Taxpayers Billions
Today, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., released a staff report which finds poor decision-making by administrative law judges (ALJs) in the Social Security Administration (SSA) disability programs has potentially wasted billions of taxpayer ...