The Project On Government Oversight, the Levin Center at Wayne Law, and The Lugar Center are hosting a Congressional Oversight Boot Camp, an intensive two-day, bipartisan training on Capitol Hill for Congressional staff on the art and practice of oversight and investigations.
Congressional Oversight Boot Camp
February 20 & 21, 2019
Time & location details provided upon confirmation
Attendance is free and open only to House and Senate professional staff. Space is limited!
Applications must be received by close of business Friday, February 1.
Preference will be given to committees with applicants from both sides of the aisle.
This session will be held in a Senate office building. Details will be provided upon confirmation of your participation.
For more information about the Boot Camp program, see the Levin Center at Wayne Law's website.
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