Strengthening Our Supply Chain

The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is focused on improving the efficiency of our Nation’s supply chain and addressing vulnerabilities that were exposed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Committee is working to identify ongoing supply chain issues, including Biden Administration policies that have wreaked havoc on the supply chain and made matters worse. The Committee is pursuing proactive solutions to help alleviate the supply chain disruptions that are a significant burden on our economy and in the lives of hardworking Americans.  

Committee Activity on the Supply Chain:

May 23, 2023: T&I Committee Approves Package of Bills to Strengthen America’s Supply Chain

May 17, 2023: Chairman Graves in The Washington Times: T&I Committee Ready to Deliver Supply Chain Solutions

May 11, 2023: Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials Hearing, “Getting Back on Track: Exploring Rail Supply Chain Resilience and Challenges.”

May 10, 2023: Subcommittee on Highways and Transit Hearing, “Freight Forward: Overcoming Supply Chain Challenges to Deliver for America.”

March 28, 2023: Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Hearing on Maritime Transportation and Supply Chain Issues.

February 1, 2023: Organizational Meeting and Hearing: The State of Transportation Infrastructure and Supply Chain Challenges


Committee Activity on the Supply Chain from the 117th Congress:

February 2, 2022: Graves Requests Supply Chain Briefing from Biden Administration

November 17, 2021: Full Committee Hearing on Industry and Labor Perspectives: A Further Look at North American Supply Chain Challenges

November 4, 2021: Ranking Member Graves Calls out President for Doubling Down on Vaccine Mandate Despite Warnings from Supply Chain

November 3, 2021: T&I Republicans Hold Supply Chain Crisis Roundtable

October 20, 2021: Graves, Westerman Lead House Republicans’ Demand for Biden to Drop Socialist Policies that Will Worsen Supply Chain Crisis

October 13, 2021: The Biden Administration Bears Full Responsibility for California Oil Spill with Failure to Address Supply Chain Issues