Capitol Security Info - Portal Submission

The Committee on House Administration holds oversight responsibilities over all security elements of the Capitol complex, along with the other administrative elements of the House of Representatives. Following the January 6th attack on the Capitol, many questions were raised regarding the security of the Capitol, the capabilities of the US Capitol Police leadership, the delay in support from the National Guard, and intelligence sharing throughout the Federal government among others. Our Committee aims to investigate these problems and other security concerns to better understand what took place on January 6th. To that end, the Committee on House Administration has launched this information intake portal to provide an avenue by which individuals with knowledge of the events of January 6th and the Select Committee who wish to provide information to the Committee regarding what transpired on January 6th may do so.

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