United States Senator John Warner, Virginia
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  • Senate Armed Services Committee


    The venerable soldier, statesman, and Virginian, General George C. Marshall once noted, "In a democracy such as ours, military policy is dependent on public opinion." The Senate Committee on Armed Services is one of our nation's important congressional forums for ensuring that national security objectives and policy are guided by the priorities, concerns, and interests of the American people. Read More
  • Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works


    Preserving and restoring our rivers, lakes and oceans, cleaning up hazardous waste and brownfield sites on our land, and improving the quality of the air we breathe are national responsibilities that directly affect our quality of life and economic health. Technology advancements in the 20th century fueled the engine that drove our economy and generated unprecedented prosperity for America. Restoring the environmental quality of our natural resources from the consequences of these many innovations is now the challenge we must meet to provide future generations with a cleaner world. Read More
  • Select Committee on Intelligence


    I am pleased that during 110th Congress, I will continue to serve on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. I previously served as Vice-Chairman of this imprtant committee. The Intelligence Committee makes continuing studies of the intelligence activities and programs of the United States Government. In carrying out this purpose, the Committee on Intelligence is responsible for critical oversight to ensure that the appropriate federal agencies provide the necessary informed and timely intelligence information that the executive and legislative branches need to make sound decisions affecting the security and vital interests of the United States. The Committee also provides vigilant legislative oversight over the intelligence activities of the United States to ensure that all activities are in conformity with the Constitution and laws of the United States. Read More
  • Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs


    I am pleased to continue my service in the 110th Congress on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. The Committee has jurisdiction over federal policy relating to: (1) the Department of Homeland Security; (2) the efficiency and operations of all branches of the Government; (3) the District of Columbia; (4) federal civil service; (5) intergovernmental relations; (6) corporate management; and (7) the E-Government. Read More