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House takes critical steps toward improving public access and insight to how official resources are spent
During a hearing, the Committee heard from the new U.S. Capitol Chief of Police, Matthew Verderosa, regarding the U.S. Capitol Police’s budget priorities, recent security events and respective actions taken.
Measures include providing greater access to braille resources, expanding the Veterans Oral History Project, and reauthorizing the sound recording and film preservation boards and foundations
This audit marks the 18th consecutive year in which the House received a clean opinion for the financial audit.
Chairman Miller participated in a Women’s History Month forum hosted by the Library of Congress. During the forum, Miller discussed her personal experiences that led her into public service, as well as their experiences serving in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Chairman Miller and Ranking Member Brady issued the following statement on the Capitol Police Board’s selection of Matthew R. Verderosa as the new Chief of the U.S. Capitol Police
Chairman Miller and Joint Committee on the Library Vice-Chairman Harper on the White House's pick to serve as the next Librarian