National Security-Related Congressional Hearings, January 11–15

Below is a calendar of congressional hearings on national security matters for this week. President Obama will present his eighth and final State of the Union address before a Joint Session of Congress on Tuesday night.

Monday, January 11

5:00pm – House Rules – Meeting to Consider the Iran Terror Finance Transparency Act (HR 3662), among other matters (here)

5:00pm – Senate Foreign Relations – Assessing the Recent North Korea Nuclear Event – closed hearing (here)

Tuesday, January 12

10:00am – House Armed Services – Outside Views on the US Strategy for Iraq and Syria and the Evolution of Islamic Extremism (here)

10:00am – Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs – Nominations: Hon. Carolyn N. Lerner to be Special Counsel in the Office of Special Counsel, among others (here)

10:15am – House Judiciary – Markup: No Fly for Foreign Fighters Act (HR 4240), among others (here)

2:00pm – House Oversight and Government Reform & House Homeland Security – Subcommittees on Information Technology & Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies – Wassenaar: Cybersecurity and Export Control (here)

2:30pm – House Foreign Affairs – Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific – Human Rights in China: The 2015 Annual Report of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China (here)

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

3:30pm – House Armed Services – Subcommittee on Strategic Forces – National Academies Study on Peer Review and Design Competition in the National Nuclear Security Administration National Security Laboratories (here)

Wednesday, January 13

9:00am – House Armed Services – Subcommittee on Readiness – Effects of Reduced Infrastructure and Base Operating Support Investments on Air Force Readiness (here)

9:00am – House Foreign Affairs – Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific – The US Response to North Korea’s Nuclear Provocations (here) 

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