National Security-Related Congressional Hearings, November 30–December 4

Below is a calendar of congressional hearings on national security matters for this week.

Tuesday, December 1

9:30am – Senate Armed Services – Acquisition Reform: Next Steps (here)

10:00am – House Armed Services – US Strategy for Syria and Iraq and Its Implications for the Region (here)

10:00am – House Judiciary – HR 699: The “Email Privacy Act”(here)

2:00pm – House Armed Services – Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces – Acquisition Efficiency and the Future Navy Force (here)

2:30pm – Senate Intelligence – Briefing: Intelligence Matters – closed hearing (here)

3:30pm – House Armed Services & House Foreign Affairs – Subcommittees on Strategic Forces & Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade – Russian Arms Control Cheating: Violation of the INF Treaty and the Administration’s Responses One Year Later (here)

Wednesday, December 2

9:30 – Senate Armed Services – Department of Defense Personnel Reform and Strengthening the All-Volunteer Force
(here)

10:00am – House Foreign Affairs – Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps: Fueling Middle East Turmoil (here)

1:00pm – House Foreign Affairs – Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade – The Paris Attacks: A Strategic Shift by ISIS? (here)

2:00pm – House Foreign Affairs – Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa – Assessing the President’s Strategy in Afghanistan (here)

Thursday, December 3

8:00am – House Armed Services – Subcommittee on Readiness – Effects of Reduced Infrastructure and Base Operating Support Investments on Readiness (here)

9:00am – Senate Foreign Relations – The US Role in the Middle East – closed hearing (here)

9:30am – Senate Armed Services – Supporting the Warfighter of Today and Tomorrow (here)

10:00am – Senate Judiciary – Executive Business Meeting: Expatriate Terrorist Act & Nuclear Terrorism Conventions Implementation and Safety of Maritime Navigation Act of 2015 (here)

2:30pm – Senate Intelligence – Briefing: Intelligence Matters – closed hearing (here) 

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