• 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.

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This Week in Appropriations

On Wednesday, April 15, the Committee will kick off the FY 2016 Appropriations cycle, marking up the Energy and Water (10 AM - webcast available), and Military Construction / Veterans Affairs (11:30 AM - webcast available) bills in subcommittee.

Budget and oversight hearings will continue as well.

On Tuesday, April 14, the LHHS Subcommittee will hold a hearing on Early Education at 9 AM (webcast available). At 10 AM, the Defense Subcommittee will hold a budget hearing on the Defense Health Program (webcast available).

On Wednesday, April 15, at 8:50 am, the Defense Subcommittee will hold a hearing at which Members of Congress to testify (webcast available). The Financial Services Subcommittee will hold a budget hearing with SEC Chair Mary Jo White at 10 AM (webcast available).  The LHHS Subcommittee will hold a hearing on funding for Ebola at 10 AM. The Homeland Security Subcommittee will hold a hearing on the ICE budget for FY16 at 11 AM (webcast available). At 2 pm, the State Subcommittee will hold a hearing on funding for the UN and International Organizations, at which UN Ambassador Samantha Power will testify (webcast available).