Washington D.C. — The members of the Congressional
Oversight Commission have published their thirteenth report. It is available
for review here
The Congressional Oversight Commission is a five-person,
bipartisan panel that was established by the CARES Act. The Commission is
focused specifically on the economic stabilization efforts of the Treasury
Department and the Federal Reserve. Current membership of the Commission
includes Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Congressman French Hill (R-Ark.).
On May 1, 2021, Commissioner Donna Shalala resigned from her position with the
Commission. The Commission's chairperson has not yet been appointed.