This week: Back to tax reform

On the Senate side of the Capitol, lawmakers will be looking to move forward on major pieces of legislation.  

Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry Mason ReidTrump presses GOP to change Senate rules Only thing Defense’s UFO probe proves is power of political favors Nevada Democrat accused of sexual harassment reconsiders retirement: report MORE (D-Nev.) has vowed to complete work on comprehensive immigration reform before July 4 and plans to bring the bill to the floor this week.

And following a strong cloture vote Thursday, the Senate is poised to easily approve a five-year farm bill. 

Back in the House, Ways and Means Trade subcommittee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) on Wednesday will talk with experts about the growing U.S.-Brazil trade and investment relationship.

That same day, the House Financial Services Committee will continue searching for a path forward on remaking the housing market. They will discuss housing finance reform and what to do about the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with a host of experts.

Off Capitol Hill, the Business Roundtable on Wednesday will announce the results of its second quarter CEO economic survey, which will provide a glimpse into what the nation's top executives expect over the next six months.

Obama administration officials on Monday will appear at the Capital Access Innovation Summit, an event focused on strengthening capital formation for startups and small businesses. Treasury Secretary Jack LewJacob (Jack) Joseph LewBig tech lobbying groups push Treasury to speak out on EU tax proposal Overnight Finance: Hatch announces retirement from Senate | What you can expect from new tax code | Five ways finance laws could change in 2018 | Peter Thiel bets big on bitcoin Ex-Obama Treasury secretary: Tax cuts 'leaving us broke' MORE, Small Business Administration chief Karen Mills and National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling will be among the officials on hand.

The Senate and House Budget committees on Wednesday will examine the budget request from the Department of Defense. Defense Secretary Chuck HagelCharles (Chuck) Timothy HagelIntel chief: Federal debt poses 'dire threat' to national security Hagel: Trump is 'an embarrassment' Tax cut complete, hawks push for military increase MORE and Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will testify before both panels.

Senate appropriators will also hear from Hagel and Dempsey on Tuesday as they also explore the military’s funding request. That full committee will then spend Wednesday discussing the government’s needs when it comes to cybersecurity.

On Wednesday, the House Appropriations Committee is set to mark up its Defense appropriations bill for fiscal 2014.

The Senate Banking Committee plans to talk to top regulators on Thursday about the lessons learned about community banks during the financial crisis. Witnesses will include representatives from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Government Accountability Office.