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The Committee on House Administration invites you to testify before the Committee concerning proposed legislation within the jurisdiction of the Committee. The Committee’s legislative jurisdiction is defined in Rule X, Clause 1(k) of the Rules of the House
of Representatives. The hearing will take place on Thursday, November 21, 2019, at 8:30 AM in room 1310 of the Longworth House Office Building.
This week, we are introducing the SHIELD (Stopping Harmful Interference in Elections for a Lasting Democracy) Act, H.R. 4617. This legislation takes concrete steps to protect our country against attempts by foreign actors and U.S. campaign
officials working in concert to interfere with or influence our elections.
All House Members are notified that the Commission on Congressional Mailing Standards (Franking Commission) will only accept new Advisory Opinion requests that are submitted through the new online portal (hosted on the House network), beginning on
October 2, 2017.
Several offices have contacted the Committee on House Administration, the Commission on Congressional Mailing Standards (Franking Commission), and the Committee on Ethics to inquire about the extent to which official resources may be used to help those impacted
by Hurricane Harvey. We would like to take this opportunity to provide a review of the applicable rules, regulations, and procedures.
We hope these updates will allow you to better serve your constituents and manage the security aspects of your District Office(s). If there is anything we may do to assist your office or if you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact
the Committee’s Offices of Franking and Member Services at (202) 226-6047 (Majority) or (202) 225-9337 (Minority).
Administrative:Sign-up – Congressional Internship Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
I am writing to let you know about an exciting opportunity to participate in a program for students with varying intellectual disabilities (ID) – the Congressional Internship Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. The program, which started
in 2010, gives students with ID the exciting educational and enrichment opportunities typically afforded to congressional interns here in our nation’s capital.
The official photograph of the House of Representatives’ 115th Congress will be taken on Tuesday, July 18 immediately following the first vote series, approximately between 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.Read Full Entry →
All House Member Offices are reminded that the Second Quarter Mass Mailings & Mass Communications Report for 2017 is due on Friday, July 14, 2017. Information from the report, which details the total number and cost of unsolicited mass mailings and mass
communications sent during the quarter, will be published online in the Quarterly Statement of Disbursements of the House.
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has released the report for the annual audit of the U.S. House of Representatives’ Financial Statements for the fiscal year that ended September 30, 2016. We are pleased to report that the House received, for the nineteenth
consecutive year, an unmodified or “clean” opinion on its financial statements. We are confident that with the dedicated professionalism of the entire House operations team, especially the House Inspector General and the Chief Administrative Officer, the House
will continue making improvements where necessary, and maintain its good financial standing in the years to come.
We write to notify you that the Committee on House Administration has approved an update to the Members’ Congressional Handbook that provides clarity and additional guidance for updating security equipment and measures.Read Full Entry →