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Democrats Release House Oversight Committee Assignments

By Ed O'Keefe

The Democratic staff of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform has released the names of subcommittees and the members assigned to each. Each of these has oversight of most if not all federal agencies and departments:

Subcommittee on Domestic Policy
Chair, Dennis J. Kucinich, Ohio
Elijah Cummings, Maryland
John Tierney, Massachusetts
Diane Watson, California
Jim Cooper, Tennessee
Patrick Kennedy, Rhode Island
Peter Welch, Vermont
Bill Foster, Illinois

Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, Postal Service and District of Columbia
Chair, Stephen F. Lynch, Massachusetts
Eleanor Holmes Norton, District of Columbia
Danny Davis, Illinois
Elijah Cummings, Maryland
Dennis Kucinich, Ohio
Lacy Clay, Missouri
Gerry Connolly, Virginia

Subcommittee on Management, Organization and Procurement
Chair, Diane E. Watson, California
Paul Kanjorski, Pennsylvania
Jim Cooper, Tennessee
Gerry Connolly, Virginia
Henry Cuellar, Texas
Jackie Speier, California
Paul Hodes, New Hampshire
Chris Murphy, Connecticut

Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census and National Archives
Chair, William Lacy Clay, Missouri
Paul Kanjorski, Pennsylvania
Carolyn Maloney, New York
Eleanor Holmes Norton, District of Columbia
Danny Davis, Illinois
Steve Driehaus, Ohio
Diane Watson, California

Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs
Chair, John Tierney (MA)
Carolyn Maloney, New York
Patrick Kennedy, Rhode Island
Chris Van Hollen, Maryland
Paul Hodes, New Hampshire
Chris Murphy, Connecticut
Peter Welch, Vermont
Bill Foster, Illinois
Steve Driehaus, Ohio
Stephen Lynch, Massachusetts
Henry Cuellar, Texas
Dennis Kucinich, Ohio

The committee's Republican members and ranking members on subcommittees were first announced last month. Rep. Towns serves as an Ex-Officio member on each of the subcommittees.

By Ed O'Keefe  | February 5, 2009; 3:13 PM ET
Categories:  Congress, Oversight  
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