OVERSIGHT PLAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS FOR THE ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH CONGRESS

FROM THE DESK OF THE 8-PAC EDITOR: We here at the 8-PAC subscribe the adage, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it“; this includes the congressional committees who proclaim to support the interests of the small business community of the US. Therefore, in the spirit of accountability; please find below for your download the “OVERSIGHT PLAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS FOR THE ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH CONGRESS”.

As summarized in the document: “Clause 2(d)(1) of rule X of the Rules of the House of Representatives for the 111th Congress requires each standing committee, not later than February 15th of the first session to adopt an oversight plan for the 111th Congress. The oversight plan must be submitted simultaneously to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and the Committee on House Administration.”

Download: 111th Small Business Subcommittee Oversight Plan

We will track the progress of this plan over the 2009 annum; and grade the areas in which the Committee and its subcommittees conduct oversight during this Congress.

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2 comments
  1. Hank Wilfong Jr. said:

    OVERSIGHT is absolutely essential if we are to ever have equity. The Congress has done a woefully weak job in monitoring the implementation and maintenance of the programs enacted to assure adequate access to the federal government procurement program by firms owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.

    They must do a better job of that, if the Change America wants, America DEMANDS, is to take effect in Washington D.C.

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