National Security-Related Congressional Hearings, April 24-April 28

Tuesday, April 25

9:30am – Senate Committee on Armed Services – Policy and Strategy in the Asia-Pacific (here)

9:45am – Senate Committee on Foreign Relations – The Crisis in Libya: Next Steps and U.S. Policy Options (here)

2:15pm – Senate Committee on Intelligence – Intelligence Matters (Closed) (here)

Wednesday, April 26

10:00am – Senate Committee on Intelligence – Nomination of Courtney Simmons Elwood to be General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency (here)

10:00am – House Judiciary Committee – Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the U.S. Marshals Service (here)

10:00am – House Committee on Armed Services – Military Assessment of the Security Challenges in the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region (here)

1:30pm – Senate Committee on Foreign Relations – Nominations (here)

2:00pm – House Committee on Armed Services – Creating a Flexible and Effective Information Technology Management and Acquisition System: Elements for Success in a Rapidly Changing Landscape (here)

Thursday, April 27

9:30am – Senate Committee on Armed Services – United States Pacific Command and United States Forces Korea (here)

10:00am – House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform – The Border Wall: Strengthening our National Security (here)

10:00am – House Committee on Foreign Affairs – Syria After the Missile Strikes: Policy Options (here)

10:00am – House Committee on Armed Services – Member Day (here)

2:00pm – Senate Committee on Intelligence – Intelligence Matters (Closed) (here)

2:00pm – House Committee on Armed Services – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder/Traumatic Brain Injury (here)

2:00pm – House Committee on Financial Services –Safeguarding the Financial System from Terrorist Financing (here)

2:00pm – House Committee on Foreign Affairs – Afghanistan’s Terrorist Resurgence: Al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Beyond (here)

2:30pm – Senate Committee on Armed Services – Cyber-enabled Information Operations (here) 

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