Mike McCaul, the chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, will hold a hearing next Wednesday on “Oversight, Transparency, and Accountability of Ukraine Assistance,” the committee announced Wednesday.
The acting inspector generals from the State Department, Defense Department and the US Agency for International Development are slated to testify.
The billions of dollars in US assistance to Ukraine were expected to come under increased scrutiny by the Republican-led House.
The inspectors general have not announced any instances of misuse of US provided funds or weapons. There are dozens of ongoing projects from the Office of Inspector General related to oversight of US assistance to Ukraine.
Some background: On Monday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced the 34th drawdown of arms and equipment for Ukraine valued at $350 million. The US has committed more than $32 billion in Presidential Drawdown funds to aid Ukraine since Russia's full-scale invasion began more than one year ago.