Financial Services and General Government

Subcommittee Chairman: Steve Womack (AR)

2000 Rayburn House Office Building | (202) 225-7245

FY24 Member Day Hearing Instructions

Recent Activity

Nov 8, 2023 Article

Mr. ChairmanI am pleased to begin consideration of H.R. 4664, the Fiscal Year 2024 Financial Services and General Government appropriations bill.

Nov 6, 2023 Article

Thank you, Mr. Chairman, and thank you to the distinguished acting Ranking Member, and I too, send my prayers to the family of Jim McGovern for the hardship that the family is facing right now.

Sep 30, 2023 Article

Madam Speaker, I rise today in support of H.R. 5860, a bill that keeps the government open until November 17th.

Jul 13, 2023 Article

It is an honor to serve as Chairman of the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee. I want to thank my friend—Chairwoman Kay Granger—for giving me this opportunity. Thank you, also, to Ranking Member DeLauro for her commitment to the work of this committee.

Jul 13, 2023 Article

First, I want to thank Chairman Womack for his work on the Fiscal Year 2024 Financial Services bill.

As I have said before, to fully fund our national defense, veterans, and border security, other unnecessary spending must be reduced.

Jul 13, 2023 Press Release

WASHINGTON – Today, the Full Committee met to consider the Fiscal Year 2024 bill for the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee. The measure was approved by the Committee with a vote of 34 to 26.


Jul 12, 2023 Article

As the Committee continues marking up Fiscal Year 2024 appropriations bills, 18 advocacy groups, led by Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America and Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee, expressed their support for Committee Republicans’ work to protect pro-life provisions in annual funding bills and prevent taxpayer dollars from being used for abortion. 

Jun 22, 2023 Article

As we continue to move through markups, it is important to remember that this is not a normal funding year. Trillions of dollars were spent outside of the annual appropriations process during the last Congress, and we must re-evaluate our spending priorities.