WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01) has been appointed to the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and will chair the National Intelligence subcommittee for Intelligence in the 118th Congress.
“I’m honored to return to the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence,” said Congressman Fitzpatrick. “I’m excited to continue utilizing my experience as a former FBI agent to further protect our national security and ensure the integrity of our intelligence agencies as a member of the committee.”
“As our country faces threats from our adversaries, it is imperative the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is equipped with members who understand the ever-evolving threat landscape. During his tenure on the committee, Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick has put forth substantial solutions in how we can improve the intelligence community and bolster our national security,” said Congressman Mike Turner (R-OH), Chairman of the Intelligence Committee. “Fitzpatrick has proven to be a leader within the committee and in the national security field and I look forward to working with him in the 118th Congress.”