Bridge-Builder Breakfast: Addressing America's Intelligence Challenges in a Bipartisan Way

Date: 

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Time: 

8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Venue: 

The Bipartisan Policy Center

Address: 

1225 Eye Street NW, Suite 1000 (Tenth Floor)
Washington
DC
20005

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Breakfast with the chairman and ranking member of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee.

With the increase in the recruitment of homegrown terrorists, concerns over the government's ability to react swiftly to a cybersecurity attack, and recent leaks of classified information, the 112th Congress faces a growing number of foreign and domestic intelligence challenges. The Bipartisan Policy Center hosted U.S. House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers and Ranking Member Dutch Ruppersberger for a discussion of how bipartisan cooperation within the intelligence community can play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and security of our nation.

WHO:

Congressman Mike Rogers (R-MI)

Chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Congressman C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger (D-MD)

Ranking Member, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Moderated by Jeanne Meserve

CNN Homeland Security Correspondent

WHAT:

Congressmen Mike Rogers, Chairman of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, and Dutch Ruppersberger, the Committee's Ranking Member, discuss the changing nature or our terror threats, important challenges facing the committee, and the specific issues that will drive their work in the coming months. Moderated by CNN's Jeanne Meserve, the conversation will examine the inner-workings of one of the most important committees on Capitol Hill.

A series presented by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), Bridge-Builder Breakfasts highlight institutions and individuals who are reaching across political lines to solve critical challenges facing the country. At a time when partisan conflicts often attract the most attention, the BPC is committed to creating a forum for those who, despite differing views, are willing to collaborate in order to advance the common good.

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