Congressman Jason Crow Appointed To Serve On The House Intelligence Committee
WASHINGTON - Today, Rep. Jason Crow (CO-06) was appointed to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
“I have dedicated much of my adult life to upholding my oaths and defending our nation. I am thankful to my colleagues for the trust they have placed in me as I continue to fulfill those solemn duties,” said Congressman Jason Crow. “As we face foreign and domestic threats, a rising China and resurgent Russia, and ongoing cyber attacks, the work of the Intelligence Committee has never been more important. I look forward to working with my colleagues to conduct the necessary oversight of our nation’s most sensitive intelligence matters, while safeguarding our privacy, civil liberties, and national security.”
The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence provides oversight to the American Intelligence Community, and annually produces the U.S. intelligence authorization bill that prescribes limits and allowances to intelligence-gathering activities. In addition, its members analyze intelligence reports on emerging threats, and oversee information sharing between agencies of the Intelligence Community.
Rep. Crow also serves on the House Armed Services Committee and Small Business Committee. He will continue to serve on all three committees in the 117th Congress.