Chairman Hal Rogers is committed to reining in federal spending. Under his leadership, the Committee has cut discretionary spending by $165 billion compared to FY 2010.
The twelve subcommittees engage in comprehensive oversight – including in-depth public hearings - to find waste and abuse wherever it occurs. View the Committee’s hearing schedule.
The House Committee on Appropriations is accountable for responsible, limited levels of federal discretionary spending.
The Committee on Appropriations aims to keep tax dollars where they are needed most – in the hands of businesses and individuals across the nation so they can create jobs and grow our economy. Learn more about the Committee’s legislation.
“The President’s final budget unfortunately doesn’t look much different than other years – it is a spending wish list that doesn’t reflect our real budgetary constraints and that would saddle hard-working Americans with additional taxes and fees."