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United States Senate
Committee and Subcommittee Membership
Committee Assignments for the 110th Congress
Committee Hearings & Meetings Scheduled


  
 
 
Committees

Standing
Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry
Appropriations
Armed Services
Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
Budget
Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Energy and Natural Resources
Environment and Public Works
Finance
Foreign Relations
Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
Judiciary
Rules and Administration
Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Veterans' Affairs

Special, Select, and Other
Indian Affairs
Select Committee on Ethics
Select Committee on Intelligence
Special Committee on Aging

Joint
Joint Committee on Printing
Joint Committee on Taxation
Joint Committee on the Library
Joint Economic Committee
About The Committee System
Due to the high volume and complexity of its work, the Senate divides its tasks among 20 committees, 68 subcommittees, and 4 joint committees.  Although the Senate committee system is similar to that of the House of Representatives, it has its own guidelines, within which each committee adopts its own rules.  This creates considerable variation among the panels.

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US Senate Caucuses

Informal congressional groups and organizations of Members with shared interests in specific issues or philosophies have been part of the American policymaking process since colonial times.  Typically, these groups organize without official recognition by the chamber and are not funded through the appropriation process.

In the Senate there is one officially recognized caucus -- the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control established by law in 1985.

 
  

Read Senate Judiciary Committee hearing transcripts for Supreme Court nominees.


Supreme Court Nominations is a list of nominees to the Court since 1789.


Would you like to read about the history of a Senate committee?  This list of published histories will get you started.  


To find committee hearings, click here


Committee and subcommittee membership booklet is available from GPO Access.