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Jamie Fleet serves as the Chief of Staff to Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington State. Previously, Fleet served as the Democratic Staff Director for the Committee on House Administration, one of 20 standing Committees in the United States House of Representatives. In this role, Mr. Fleet is responsible for coordinating and overseeing the back-office operations of the House, including human resources, finance, technology, security and other areas of operation.

The Committee also provides oversight for the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, Government Printing Office and the appointed House Officers (Clerk of the House, Sergeant at Arms, Chief Administrative Officer, Inspector General).

One of the Committee’s most important oversight responsibilities – one in which Mr. Fleet plays a central role – is the oversight of federal elections. During the 111th Congress, the Committee staff, under Mr. Fleet’s direction, reviewed such issues as, voter registration guidelines, military and overseas voting, use of technology in facilitating expanded voting, robocalls and other campaign outreach tools. One of the Committee’s most important actions in the 111th Congress, was the House passage of H.R. 5175 – the DISCLOSE Act.

Jamie Fleet serves as the Chief of Staff to Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington State. Previously, Fleet served as the Democratic Staff Director for the Committee on House Administration, one of 20 standing Committees in the United States House of Representatives. In this role, Mr. Fleet is responsible for coordinating and overseeing the back-office operations of the House, including human resources, finance, technology, security and other areas of operation.

The Committee also provides oversight for the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, Government Printing Office and the appointed House Officers (Clerk of the House, Sergeant at Arms, Chief Administrative Officer, Inspector General).

One of the Committee’s most important oversight responsibilities – one in which Mr. Fleet plays a central role – is the oversight of federal elections. During the 111th Congress, the Committee staff, under Mr. Fleet’s direction, reviewed such issues as, voter registration guidelines, military and overseas voting, use of technology in facilitating expanded voting, robocalls and other campaign outreach tools. One of the Committee’s most important actions in the 111th Congress, was the House passage of H.R. 5175 – the DISCLOSE Act.

Editor’s Note: The 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) required the Department of Defense to conduct three studies of the future fleet platform architecture needed by the Navy in the 2030 timeframe. The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) was selected to conduct one of the studies. The result is Restoring American Seapower  by Bryan Clark, Bryan McGrath, Peter Haynes, Jesse Sloman, and Timothy Walton. Two of the authors – Bryan Clark and Bryan McGrath – preview their findings here. 

The U.S. Navy is not prepared for a return to great power competition or to contend with the growing capability of regional powers. The emerging strategic environment requires a fleet with higher capacity, new capabilities, a different posture, and more flexible training and readiness processes.

The U.S. military of 2030 probably will not be able to follow today’s strategy and mission priorities. Specifically, in the face of growing competition from Russia and China, U.S. forces will likely continue their ongoing shift away from counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism missions toward conventional deterrence operations.

Jamie Fleet serves as the Chief of Staff to Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington State. Previously, Fleet served as the Democratic Staff Director for the Committee on House Administration, one of 20 standing Committees in the United States House of Representatives. In this role, Mr. Fleet is responsible for coordinating and overseeing the back-office operations of the House, including human resources, finance, technology, security and other areas of operation.

The Committee also provides oversight for the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, Government Printing Office and the appointed House Officers (Clerk of the House, Sergeant at Arms, Chief Administrative Officer, Inspector General).

One of the Committee’s most important oversight responsibilities – one in which Mr. Fleet plays a central role – is the oversight of federal elections. During the 111th Congress, the Committee staff, under Mr. Fleet’s direction, reviewed such issues as, voter registration guidelines, military and overseas voting, use of technology in facilitating expanded voting, robocalls and other campaign outreach tools. One of the Committee’s most important actions in the 111th Congress, was the House passage of H.R. 5175 – the DISCLOSE Act.

Editor’s Note: The 2016 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) required the Department of Defense to conduct three studies of the future fleet platform architecture needed by the Navy in the 2030 timeframe. The Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) was selected to conduct one of the studies. The result is Restoring American Seapower  by Bryan Clark, Bryan McGrath, Peter Haynes, Jesse Sloman, and Timothy Walton. Two of the authors – Bryan Clark and Bryan McGrath – preview their findings here. 

The U.S. Navy is not prepared for a return to great power competition or to contend with the growing capability of regional powers. The emerging strategic environment requires a fleet with higher capacity, new capabilities, a different posture, and more flexible training and readiness processes.

The U.S. military of 2030 probably will not be able to follow today’s strategy and mission priorities. Specifically, in the face of growing competition from Russia and China, U.S. forces will likely continue their ongoing shift away from counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism missions toward conventional deterrence operations.

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