More information on how committee assignments are made can be found here.

Financial Services Committee

The House Financial Services Committee has jurisdiction over issues pertaining to the economy, the banking system, housing, insurance, and securities and exchanges. Additionally, the Committee also has jurisdiction over monetary policy, international finance, international monetary organizations, and efforts to combat terrorist financing.

The Committee oversees the Nation’s economy through its oversight of the Federal Reserve Board and individual reserve banks, the Treasury, the production and distribution of currency, and the Nation’s capital markets.

Agencies under oversight by the Committee include: the Federal Reserve, Treasury, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the National Credit Union Administration, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, and the Export-Import Bank.

House Foreign Affairs Committee

The House Foreign Affairs Committee considers legislation that impacts the diplomatic community, which includes the Department of State, the Agency for International Development (USAID), the Peace Corps, the United Nations, and the enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act.

The Committee has legislative jurisdiction over issues relating to national security, strategic planning, democracy, and public diplomacy. The Committee also oversees war powers, treaties, executive agreements, and the deployment and use of United States Armed Forces. The House Foreign Affairs Committee may conduct oversight with respect to any matter within the jurisdiction of the Committee as defined in the Rules of the House of Representatives.


The Republican Study Committee (RSC) exists to bring like-minded House members together to promote a strong, principled legislative agenda that will limit government, strengthen our national defense, boost America’s economy, preserve traditional values and balance our budget.

The RSC provides the tools and research that members of Congress need to craft and advance policies that will benefit the American people. It also provides a forum for like-minded members to join together to support common causes and challenge the status quo. By doing so, the RSC ensures that conservatives have a powerful voice on every issue coming before the House, whether it is the economy, health care, defense, social safety net reform, or Washington’s dangerous, out-of-control spending.

The House Freedom Caucus gives a voice to countless Americans who feel that Washington does not represent them. We support open, accountable and limited government, the Constitution and the rule of law, and policies that promote the liberty, safety, and prosperity of all Americans.

  • Second Amendment Caucus

The Second Amendment Caucus seeks to preserve the freedoms guaranteed by the Second Amendment of the US Constitution. 

The Steel Caucus works to ensure the views of America's steel industry and workers are represented.

  • Warrior Caucus

The Warrior Caucus consists of veterans and seeks to ensure the viewpoint of former members of the military are incorporated into legislation.

  • Values Action Team

Members of the Value Action Team work together to advance traditional values based on faith, family, and freedom.

The Army Caucus' goal is to "educate our colleagues on Army needs and advocate for them in the legislative and appropriations process."

Serves as founder and Chairman of the Sound Money Caucus to educate members and advocate for policies that preserve money as a stable store of value, efficient means of exchange, and immutable record of account.

  • Liberty Caucus

Serves as Chairman of the House Liberty Caucus to educate members and advocate for more freedom, less government, and sound money.