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Washington, D.C. – Following his trip to Northeast Asia, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Michael McCaul announced the full committee will hold a two-part session roundtable discussion focused on security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region and opportunities and challenges in implementing the advanced capabilities pillar of AUKUS on Tuesday, April 18th. Session I of this roundtable is a classified discussion with senior government representatives of the United Kingdom and Australia not open to the public.

What: Roundtable, Session II – Members will hear from representatives of three U.S. defense industry companies engaged in research and development of advanced capabilities with the governments of the U.S., UK and Australia.

Date: Tuesday, April 18th, 2023

Time: 12:30pmET

Location: U.S. Capitol, HVC-210

Participants will include representatives from:

  1. Shelly O’Neill Stoneman, BAE Systems, Inc
  2. Gregory M. Kausner, Anduril Industries
  3. Chris Power, Hadrian

***Coverage note: Check here for updates. The member roundtable will webcast live here.***