Intelligence Committee assignment positions Sen. Ossoff to sustain his focus on strengthening national security and bipartisan oversight
Sen. Ossoff will continue to serve on powerful Judiciary, Homeland Security, and Rules Committees
Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff will serve on the selective and powerful U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee in the 118th Congress.
Sen. Ossoff’s appointment to the selective Intelligence Committee, well-known for its bipartisanship, will enable him to strengthen military, intelligence, and law enforcement facilities in Georgia and sustain his focus on strengthening U.S. national security and bipartisan Congressional oversight.
“The safety and security of Georgia families are my highest priorities,” Sen. Ossoff said. “On the Intelligence Committee, I will continue to focus on strengthening U.S. national security and leading effective bipartisan Congressional oversight.”
The new assignment complements Sen. Ossoff’s service on the Senate Homeland Security Committee, where he will continue working to keep Georgians safe and oversee key Federal agencies, including the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security.
Sen. Ossoff will also continue to serve on the Senate Judiciary and Rules Committees.