Senate Hearings

26-SEP-2021 — No committee hearings scheduled ()

28-SEP-2021 09:30 AM — Hearings to examine the conclusion of military operations in Afghanistan and plans for future counterterrorism operations. (Armed Services)

28-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine CARES Act oversight of the Treasury and Federal Reserve, focusing on supporting an equitable pandemic recovery. (Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs)

28-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine the administration of laws under the jurisdiction of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. (Energy and Natural Resources)

28-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine the nominations of Jack A. Markell, of Delaware, to be Representative of the United States of America to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, with the rank of Ambassador, and Mark Gitenstein, of Washington, to be Representative of the United States of America to the European Union, with the rank and status of Ambassador, both of the Department of State, and other pending nominations. (Foreign Relations)

28-SEP-2021 02:30 PM — Hearings to examine existing resources and innovations needed to replace legacy IT and save taxpayer dollars. (Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs)

28-SEP-2021 02:30 PM — Hearings to examine toxic conservatorships, focusing on the need for reform. (Judiciary)

28-SEP-2021 02:30 PM — To receive a closed briefing on certain intelligence matters. (Intelligence)

29-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine protecting consumer privacy. (Commerce, Science, and Transportation)

29-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — To receive a closed briefing on Administration efforts regarding energy security, including Nord Stream 2. (Foreign Relations)

29-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine the threat of worsening natural disasters. (Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs)

29-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine Texas's abortion law. (Judiciary)

29-SEP-2021 02:00 PM — Hearings to examine the nominations of Atul Atmaram Gawande, of Massachusetts, to be an Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, and C.B. Sullenberger III, of Texas, for the rank of Ambassador during his tenure of service as Representative of the United States of America on the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization, Claire D. Cronin, of Massachusetts, to be Ambassador to Ireland, Kent Doyle Logsdon, of Pennsylvania, to be Ambassador to the Republic of Moldova, Sharon L. Cromer, of New York, to be Ambassador to the Republic of The Gambia, Virginia E. Palmer, of Virginia, to be Ambassador to the Republic of Ghana, and Howard A. Van Vranken, of California, to be Ambassador to the Republic of Botswana, all of the Department of State, and other pending nominations. (Foreign Relations)

29-SEP-2021 02:00 PM — To receive a closed briefing on certain intelligence matters. (Intelligence)

30-SEP-2021 09:00 AM — Business meeting to consider the nomination of Rachael S. Rollins, of Massachusetts, to be United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, Department of Justice. (Judiciary)

30-SEP-2021 09:30 AM — Hearings to examine Afghanistan. (Armed Services)

30-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine the nominations of Todd M. Harper, of Virginia, to be a Member of the National Credit Union Administration Board, and Judith DelZoppo Pryor, of Ohio, to be First Vice President, and Owen Edward Herrnstadt, of Maryland, to be a Member of the Board of Directors, both of the Export-Import Bank of the United States. (Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs)

30-SEP-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine school reopening during COVID-19, focusing on supporting students, educators, and families. (Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions)

30-SEP-2021 10:30 AM — Hearings to examine protecting kids online, focusing on Facebook, Instagram, and mental health harms. (Commerce, Science, and Transportation)

05-OCT-2021 10:00 AM — Hearings to examine and consider updates to the Mining Law of 1872. (Energy and Natural Resources)

06-OCT-2021 10:00 AM — An oversight hearing to examine the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers emergency response to Hurricane Ida. (Environment and Public Works)