The Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations and Procurement Reform

The Technology and Information Policy Subcommittee holds the federal government accountable to taxpayers with a focus on public information, federal information technology and data standards, procurement and grant reform, public broadcasting, and the relationship between the federal government and states and municipalities, including unfunded mandates.

Led by Subcommittee Chairman James Lankford this Congress, the Technology and Information Policy Subcommittee has examined federal open-government initiatives, transparency in federal management IT systems, and ways to improve oversight and accountability of federal grant programs.

Press Releases

Testimony: IRS Needed Only Two Days to Confirm Lerner Hard Drive Crash

July 22, 2014
“The Committee has obtained information that senior IRS leadership knew in February 2014 that e-ma...

Issa Statement on Federal Circuit Court Upholding Challenge to Obamacare

July 22, 2014
“The court’s decision is consistent with the Committee’s oversight, which through multiple bri...

New Testimony: IRS May Still Have Missing Lois Lerner E-mails Backed Up

July 21, 2014
“I’m struck by the fact that the IRS attempted to keep a key witness like Mr. Kane away from inv...
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Committee Chairman

James Lankford

Republican Committee Members

Vice Chair
Mike Kelly
Blake Farenthold
Jason Chaffetz
Pat Meehan
Raul Labrador
Tim Walberg

Democrat Committee Members

Ranking Member
Gerald E. Connolly
Christopher Murphy
Jackie Speier
Stephen Lynch