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                       Monday, Nov. 13, 2006
2:30 p.m.
    Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
         To hold hearings to examine the nomination of 
         Susan E. Dudley, of Virginia, to be Administrator 
         of the Office of Information and Regulatory 
         Affairs, Office of Management and Budget.
                                                      SD-342
   
                       Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2006
9 a.m.
    Judiciary
         To hold hearings to examine competition in sports 
         programming and broadcasting.
                                                      SD-226
   
10 a.m.
    Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
         To hold hearings to examine the nominations of 
         James H. Bilbray, of Nevada, and Thurgood 
         Marshall, Jr., of Virginia, each to be a Governor 
         of the United States Postal Service, and Dan G. 
         Blair, to be Chairman, Postal Rate Commission.
                                                      SD-342
   
11 a.m.
    Finance
         To hold hearings to examine the nominations of 
         Michele A. Davis, of Virginia, to be Assistant 
         Secretary for Public Affairs, Robert F. Hoyt, of 
         Maryland, to be General Counsel, and Paul 
         Cherecwich, Jr., of Utah, and Deborah L. 
         Wince-Smith, of Virginia, each to be a Member of 
         the Internal Revenue Service Oversight Board, all 
         of the Department of the Treasury.
                                                      SD-215
   
2 p.m.
    Judiciary
         To hold hearings to examine judicial and 
         executive nominations.
                                                      SD-226
   
2:30 p.m.
    Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
    Investigations Subcommittee
         To hold hearings to examine the issue of states 
         incorporating new, non-publicly traded companies 
         in the United States each year without obtaining 
         the identity of corporate owners, and its impact 
         on law enforcement investigations into persons 
         misusing U.S. shell corporations for money 
         laundering, tax evasion, terrorist financing, or 
         other crimes, and a GAO report entitled 
         “Company Formations:  Minimal Ownership 
         Information Is Collected and Available.”.
                                                      SD-342
   
                       Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2006
11 a.m.
    Environment and Public Works
         Business meeting to consider the nomination of 
         Alex A. Beehler, of Maryland, to be Inspector 
         General, Environmental Protection Agency.
                                               SC-4, Capitol
   
2:30 p.m.
    Armed Services
         To hold hearings to examine the current situation 
         and U.S. military operations in Iraq and 
         Afghanistan; to be followed by a closed session 
         in SH-219.
                                                      SH-216
   
2:30 p.m.
    Energy and Natural Resources
         To hold hearings to examine the December 2005 
         report from the President's Task Force on Puerto 
         Rico's status.
                                                      SD-106
   
2:30 p.m.
    Appropriations
    Legislative Branch Subcommittee
         To resume hearings to examine the progress of the 
         Capitol Visitor Center construction.
                                                      SD-138
   
3 p.m.
    Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
         To hold hearings to examine current challenges 
         and new ideas to safeguard consumers relating to 
         food safety.
                                                      SD-430
   
                       Thursday, Nov. 16, 2006
Time to be announced
    Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
         Business meeting to consider proposed Iraq 
         Reconstruction Accountability Act of 2006, the 
         nominations of James H. Bilbray, of Nevada, and 
         Thurgood Marshall, Jr., of Virginia, each to be a 
         Governor of the United States Postal Service, Dan 
         G. Blair, to be Chairman, Postal Rate Commission, 
         and Stephen Thomas Conboy, of Virginia, to be 
         United States Marshal for the Superior Court of 
         the District of Columbia.
                                        Room to be announced
   
9:30 a.m.
    Judiciary
         To hold oversight hearings to examine the Civil 
         Rights Division of the Department of Justice.
                                                      SD-226
   
9:30 a.m.
    Armed Services
    Readiness and Management Support Subcommittee
         To hold hearings to examine Department of Defense 
         business systems modernization and financial 
         management accountability efforts.
                                                     SR-232A
   
10 a.m.
    Commerce, Science, and Transportation
         To hold hearings to examine the reauthorization 
         of the Pipeline Safety Program.
                                                      SR-253
   
10 a.m.
    Energy and Natural Resources
         To hold hearings to examine the nomination of 
         Kevin M. Kolevar, of Michigan, to be an Assistant 
         Secretary of Energy (Electricity Delivery and 
         Energy Reliability).
                                                      SD-366
   
10 a.m.
    Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
         To hold hearings to examine proposals to improve 
         drug safety and innovation.
                                                      SD-430
   
10 a.m.
    Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
    Investigations Subcommittee
         To resume hearings to examine Department of 
         Defense travel policies and practices, focusing 
         on the cost benefit analysis of the Defense 
         Travel System.
                                                      SD-342
   
10:30 a.m.
    Intelligence
         To receive a closed briefing regarding 
         intelligence matters.
                                                      SH-219
   
2 p.m.
    Finance
    Health Care Subcommittee
         To hold hearings to examine the States' 
         perspective of the Children's Health Insurance 
         Program (CHIP).
                                                      SD-215
   
2:30 p.m.
    Energy and Natural Resources
    Public Lands and Forests Subcommittee
         To hold hearings to examine S.3636, to establish 
         wilderness areas, promote conservation, improve 
         public land, and provide for high quality 
         economic development in Washington County, Utah, 
         and S.3772, to establish wilderness areas, 
         promote conservation, improve public land, and 
         provide for high quality development in White 
         Pine County, Nevada.
                                                      SD-366
   
                       Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2006
2:30 p.m.
    Judiciary
    Administrative Oversight and the Courts Subcommittee
         To hold oversight hearings to examine 
         implementation of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention 
         and Consumer Protection Act (Public Law 109-8).
                                                      SD-226
   
 
 
  

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