Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee

The Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee focuses on the capabilities and efforts of the Federal government, particularly the Department of Homeland Security, to identify and deter threats to the Homeland through the collection and sharing of counterterrorism and homeland security information across Federal, State, and local law enforcement.

Republican Members

Lou Barletta


Scott Perry


Will Hurd


Mike Gallagher


Democrat Members

Sheila Jackson Lee


William R. Keating


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