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New Feature! Today’s Congressional Hearings February 25, 2010

Posted by Alexander Brozdowski in News.
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It’s testimony season on The Hill, but isn’t it a pain to keep track of all those committee schedules?

Not anymore! Check Budget Insight every morning for a handy listing of the day’s scheduled Congressional budget hearings.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

House Foreign Affairs Committee (9:30 am – 2172 Rayburn)

Promoting Security through Diplomacy and Development; The Fiscal Year 2011 International Affairs

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Senate Armed Services Committee (9:30 am – SD-G50 Dirksen)

Review of the Defense Authorization Request for Fiscal Year 2011 and the Future Years Defense Program

Department of the Navy

House Armed Services Committee

Full Committee (10:00am – 2118 Rayburn)

Fiscal Year 2011 National Defense Authorization Budget Request

Department of the Army: Secretary of the Army John McHugh; Army Chief of Staff General George W. Casey, Jr.

Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee (2:00pm – 2118 Rayburn)

Department of Defense information technology and cybersecurity activities.

Phillip J. Bond, CEO – Tech America; David Z. Bodenheimer, Crowell and Moring, LLP; Dr. Fred B. Schneider, Cornell University

Defense Acquisition Reform Panel (8:00 am – 2261 Rayburn)

Managing the defense acquisition system and the defense acquisition workforce.

Norm Augustine, Business Executives for National Security; John Gage, AFL-CIO; Professor Steven L. Schooner, George Washington U. Law

House Appropriations Committee

State and Foreign Operations Subcommittee (1:00 pm – 2359 Rayburn)

FY2011 Budget for the Dept. of State

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Homeland Security Subcommittee (2:00 pm, 2362-B Rayburn)

Biosurveillance: Smart Investments for Early Warning
Dr. Alexander Garza, DHS; Dr. Tara O’Toole, DHS; Dr. Goldstein, National Academy of Sciences; Dr. Daniel Sosin, CDC

House Homeland Security (2:00 pm – 311 Cannon)

The President’s FY 2011 Budget Request for the Department of Homeland Security

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano

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