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What are Hearings?

The Congressional Hearings Digital Collection, or CHDC, is a collection of published and unpublished hearings held by Congress. 

Congressional committee hearings may be classified into four types: legislative, oversight, investigative, and confirmation.

Official hearings, which are printed by the Government Printing Office (GPO), usually include:  written and oral statements of witnesses; transcripts of the verbal question-and-answer session between committee members and witnesses; reports, exhibits, and other materials submitted for the record by witnesses; and correspondence and other materials submitted by interested parties. 

For More Information on Hearings

For more information on hearings look at:

  • Hearings White Paper
  • In-product Help (link in the upper right corner)
  • CRS Reports
    There are a number of reports from the Congressional Research Service on all aspects of hearings, from preparation to minority witness rules, and more.

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Users can search for hearings (and any other materials subscribed to or purchased) through the Basic Search tab. 

Using the Advanced Search menu allows users to search within specific publication types. 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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