A listing of full committee hearings for the week of March 7-11 follows:
March 10, "Lifting the Crushing Burden of Debt"
House Education & the Workforce
March 9, "The Budget and Policy Proposals of the U.S. Department of Education"
House Foreign Affairs
March 10, "North Korea's Sea of Fire: Bullying, Brinkmanship and Blackmail
House Homeland Security
March 10, "The Extent of Radicalization in the American Muslim Community and that Community's Response"
House Oversight & Government Reform
March 8, "The Foreclosure Crisis"
House Science, Space, and Technology
March 10, on NOAA, EPA Budgets
March 11, on NSF, NIST Budgets
House Veterans' Affairs
March 8, receives legislative presentation of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (joint, with Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee)
March 11, "Implementation of Caregiver Assistance: Are We Getting It Right"
Senate Armed Services
March 8, to receive testimony on the Department of the Navy in review of the Defense Authorization
March 10, to receive testimony on the current and future worldwide threats to the national security of the United States
March 8, nomination hearing for Peter Diamond to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, and two nominations to the Council of Economic Advisers
March 9, "The State of the Housing Market"
March 10, "The Fiscal Year 2012 Budget for the Securities and Exchange Commission"
March 8, "Hearing to Review the Department of Transportation Fiscal Year 2012 Budget"
March 9, "Realizing NASA's Potential: Programmatic Challenges in the 21st Century"
March 10, nominations, including Assistant Secretary of Commerce at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Senate Energy & Natural Resources
March 8, to consider the nomination of Peter Lyons to be an assistant secretary of Energy
March 10, to hear testimony on S. 398, to amend the Energy Policy and Conservation Act
Senate Environment & Public Works
March 9, "Hearing on the President's Proposed FHWA Budget for FY 2012"
March 8, "Does the Tax System Support Economic Efficiency, Job Creation and Broad-Based Economic Growth"
March 9, "The President's 2011 Trade Agenda"
March 10, "Innovations in Child Welfare Waivers: Starting on the Pathway to Reform"
Senate Health, Education, Labor, Pensions
March 10, "Bridgepoint Education, Inc.: A Case Study in For-Profit Education and Oversight"
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs
March 8, nomination of Heather Higginbottom to be deputy director, Office of Management and Budget
March 10, nomination of Carolyn Lerner to be special counsel, Office of Special Counsel
March 10, "Information Sharing in the Era of Wikileaks: Balancing Security and Collaboration
Senate Veterans' Affairs
March 8, receives legislative presentation of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (joint, with House Veterans' Affairs Committee)