The House will continue consideration of the fiscal 2015 Energy-Water appropriations bill, while the Senate will consider the nomination of Shaun Donovan to lead the Office of Management and Budget.
The House will vote on the Workforce Investment Act, which authorizes federal job training programs, and clear the measure for the president's signature.
The House will consider eight bills under suspension of the rules, including a measure to establish a working group within the Department of Homeland Security to provide guidance for emergency responses on social media before, during and after a terrorist attack.
S. 2363 aims to enhance opportunities for recreational hunting, fishing and shooting on federal lands.
Appropriations have stalled in the Senate due to a disagreement over amendments.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee will hear testimony next Tuesday on the ongoing controversy over veterans' wait times for medical care.
The House will finish debate of a bill to expand energy production on federal lands, while the Senate will vote on nominations.
The Senate will take up a job training reform bill, while the House will consider more domestic energy production measures.
The House will consider a bill to expedite applications for natural gas exports, while the Senate will finish votes on nominations.
The Senate will consider district court judge nominations, while the House will take up a CFTC reauthorization bill.