WASHINGTON – Today, the House of Representatives met to consider H.R. 4365, the Fiscal Year 2024 Department of Defense Appropriations Act. The measure was approved by the House with a vote of 218 to 210.
Speaker, I rise today in strong support of H.R. 5692, which provides security assistance to Ukraine and funds a Special Inspector General to oversee these and other funds provided by the American taxpayers.
Madam Chairwoman, I am proud to speak on the Fiscal Year 2024 Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs appropriations bill for floor consideration today.
If you’ve read the bill, you know it is very straightforward.
I want to begin by thanking the Chairwoman of the Full Committee, Ms. Granger, for her leadership and her tireless efforts to bring these Appropriations bills to the floor.
Mr. Chair, I yield myself such time as I may consume.
House Republicans are bringing an end to the Biden Administration’s divisive social agenda at the Department of Defense.
Thank you, Mr. Chair. I rise today to bring before the House H.R. 4368, the Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Fiscal Year 2024 appropriations bill.
The Defense Subcommittee has held hearings, classified briefings, and had many engagements with senior defense officials to shape our recommendation for the Fiscal Year 2024 Defense Appropriations bill.
Today’s hearing is on the VA’s Electronic Health Record Modernization program. I’d like to welcome our witnesses: Dr. Neil Evans and Dr. Jonathan Nebeker, who are leading the program for VA, and Mr. Mike Sicilia with Oracle Global Industries.