Who's who?

Members of the House Government Reform Committee's Technology and Procurement Policy Subcommittee include:

Tom Davis (R-Va.), Chairman

Davis also serves as chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee. He is a member of the Government Reform Committee's District of Columbia Subcommittee and the Census Subcommittee and is on leave from the Committee on Commerce. Davis is also one of four co-chairmen of the Information Technology Working Group, a group he founded to promote a better understanding of issues important to the computer and technology industries.

Jo Ann Davis (R-Va.), Vice Chairwoman

Davis, elected in 2000, also serves on the House Armed Services Committee and the International Relations Committee.

Jim Turner (D-Texas)

Turner, elected in 1996, is the ranking Democrat on the subcommittee.He also is a member of the House Armed Services Committee.

Stephen Horn (R-Calif.)

Elected in 1992, he serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and is chairman of the Government Reform Committee's Government Efficiency, Financial Management and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee.

Paul Knockers (D-Pa.)

Kanjorski, elected in 1984, is the senior member of the Financial Services Committee and the ranking Democrat on the Capital Markets, Insurance and Government-Sponsored Enterprises Subcommittee. He also is a member of the Government Reform Committee's Government Efficiency, Financial Management and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee.

Doug Ose (R-Calif.)

Ose was elected in 1998, and he serves on the Agriculture, Government Reform and Financial Services committees.

Patsy Mink (D-Hawaii)

Mink served in the House from 1965-1977 and was re-elected in 1990.She also is a member of the Education and the Workforce Committee and its Early Childhood, Youth and Families Subcommittee.

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