There are 20 standing committees in the U.S. House of Representatives, each specializing in an important area of national interest. From reviewing legislation to providing congressional oversight of government activity, these committees handle a wide variety of responsibilities.
Each member of Congress typically serves on a small number of committees, and Rep. Norman is proud to serve on three (3) during the 116th Congress, including
Committee on Oversight and Reform
The Committee on Oversight and Reform is the main investigative committee in the U.S. House of Representatives.
- Subcommittee: Government Operations
Science, Space, and Technology Committee
The Science, Space and Technology Committee is responsible for federal scientific research and development, including oversight of NASA, National Science Foundation, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
- Subcommittee: Investigations and Oversight (Ranking Member)
- Subcommittee: Energy
Committee on the Budget
The Committee on the Budget is responsible for reviewing proposed budget legislation and oversight of the federal budget process.