2001 Congressional Debate
- A bill to establish the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States introduced by Sens. Lieberman and McCain, December 20.
- House Approves Conference Report on Intelligence Authorization for FY 2002, December 12.
- Honoring Johnny Micheal Spann, on the House floor, December 11.
- Senate Floor Debate on Intelligence Authorization for FY 2002, November 8.
- Federal-Local Information Sharing Partnership Act of 2001 (S.1615), introduced by Sen. Schumer, November 1.
- Rep. Ron Paul on Intelligence Oversight, October 12. "I believe that
the American people would be well served by a full debate on the ways the intelligence community plans to respond to these challenges.... However, Mr. Speaker, such a debate cannot occur..."
- Senator Specter on Structural Reorganization of the Federal Government, draft "Intelligence Reform Act," October 10.
- House Floor Debate on Intelligence Authorization for FY 2002, October 5.
- Introduction of Bills to Improve Intelligence and Counterterrorism, statement of Sen. Bob Graham, September 21.
- How to Address the Threat That Confronts Us Today, statement of Sen. Judd Gregg, September 19.
- Nomination of John Negroponte, statement of Sen. Chris Dodd, September 14.
- Improving the Organization of Military Space, a bill introduced by Senators Allard and Smith, August 3.
- Department of Defense Counterdrug Support, statement of Sen. Charles Grassley, August 2.
- Confirmation of Robert S. Mueller III to be FBI Director, floor statements, August 2.
- A Bill to Permit Nuclear Stockpile Reductions (S. 1285), introduced by Sen. Jon Corzine, July 31.
- Nomination of Robert Mueller, statement of Sen. Arlen Specter, July 11.
- Honoring Navaho Code Talkers, July 10.
- National Security Education Program: Analysis of Federal Language Needs, March 22.
- Publication of the Rules of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, March 20.
- Resolution Authorizing Expenditures by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, March 7.
- Rules of the House, House Resolution 5, January 3. "The Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is to have exclusive oversight responsibility over the sources and methods of the core intelligence agencies."
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