Below is a list of homeland security policy events in the DC area over the rest of the week (as well as the occasional listing outside of DC). I’ll be back to my usual weekly cycle of publicizing events at the end of this week. You can always find current and previous postings under the “Events” category tab at right. And please note that many events require prior invitations and/or RSVPs.
9/13: House Homeland Security Committee hearing on The SAFETY Act. Rayburn 2175, 10am.
9/13: House Homeland Security Committee hearing on the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN). Rayburn 2212, 1pm.
9/13: National Maritime Security Advisory Committee teleconference. 1pm.
9/13: House Science Committee hearing on “How Can Technologies Help Secure Our Borders?” Rayburn 2318, 2pm.
9/13: House Government Reform Committee hearing on “DHS Financial Management: Evaluating Progress in Improving Internal Controls.” Rayburn 2247, 2pm.
9/13: House Homeland Security Committee hearing on “The Future of Cyber and Telecommunications Security at the Department of Homeland Security.” Rayburn 2212, 3pm.
9/14: Canada-United States Cargo Security Project Symposium. Manchester, NH.
9/14: Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on “Catching Terrorists: the British System versus the U.S. System.” Dirksen 192, 9:30am.
9/14: House T&I Committee hearing on “Review of Coast Guard Mission Performance.” Rayburn 2167, 10am.
9/14: House Homeland Security Committee hearing on “The Science of Prevention.” Location TBA, 2pm.
9/14: American University event on “Checks and Balances: Classified Information vs. the Public’s Right to Know.” AU campus, 3pm.
9/14: DHS Research and Education Centers’ event and reception on Capitol Hill with DHS Undersecretary Jay Cohen. Rayburn B-338, 4:30pm.
9/15: World Affairs Council of Philadelphia event with Sec. Chertoff. Union League of Philadelphia, 8:30am.
9/15: Heritage Foundation event on “Focused Aviation Security: Alternatives for Making the Skies Safer.” 215 Massachusetts Ave NE, 1pm.
9/15: Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments briefing on “The Global War on Terror: A Five-Year Assessment.” U.S. Capitol Building, Room HC-5, 2pm.
(Please e-mail me if you have suggestions about additions to this list for this week, or future weeks).