Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies

Subcommittee Chairman: John Carter (TX)

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Recent Activity

Sep 13, 2023 Article

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.

Jul 27, 2023 Press Release

WASHINGTON – Today, the House of Representatives met to consider H.R. 4366, the Fiscal Year 2024 Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. The measure was approved with a vote of 219 to 211.

Jul 26, 2023 Article

Mr. Speaker, I rise today in support of H.R. 4366, a bill that will provide funding for military construction and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Jul 26, 2023 Article

I’m honored to present the FY24 Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies appropriations bill to the House today.

This bill is special because it supports our troops and their families, and the Nation’s veterans.

Jul 25, 2023 Article

Thank you, Mr. Chairman, Mr. McGovern, and members of the Committee. I want to thank each of you for the opportunity to testify on the FY24 Military Construction and Veterans Affairs bill.

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 15, 2023 Press Release

WASHINGTON – Today, the Full Committee met to consider the Fiscal Year 2024 subcommittee allocations. The measure was approved by the Committee with a vote of 33 to 27.


Jun 13, 2023 Article

Good morning. I’m honored to present today the first of the FY24 appropriations bills.

Jun 13, 2023 Article

As we begin our first full committee markup for Fiscal Year 2024, I want to take a moment to remind everyone what happened with government spending the last two years and explain the challenges this Committee now has ahead of us.