Press Releases

Washington, D.C. – This week, the 115th Congress unveiled its committee designations. Representative Daniel Webster, FL-11, was named to the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, House Committee on Natural Resources, and will continue to serve on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. 

“I am honored to represent and serve the constituents of Florida District 11 on these committees. I look forward to working with my colleagues in the 115th Congress to advance common-sense reforms and principled policies on behalf of Florida’s hardworking taxpayers and families. Continuing to serve on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee provides me the opportunity to advance innovative solutions for increasing connectivity of our nation's infrastructure and transportation systems, balance transportation budgets and eliminate government waste. I’m excited to join these additional committees and look forward to working with my colleagues on policies that will improve opportunities for Floridians, protect our vital natural resources and strengthen America’s position as a world leader in space, science and technology.”

Additionally, the committee chairs released the following statements:

"Congressman Webster is a great addition to the Science Committee. His degree in engineering and his many years of public service speak to his expertise that will be an asset to our team. I look forward to working with him, and I know he will make the 11th District of Florida proud."

Lamar Smith, Chairman of Science and Technology

"Rep. Webster will be a real asset on a range of federal fisheries, coastal and lands issues. We are excited to have him join our team, and I look forward to our work on issues within the Committee's jurisdiction that are important to Florida's 11th and the nation.”

Rob Bishop, Chairman Natural Resources

“We begin the new year with a full legislative agenda, including authorizations of critical programs and much needed FAA reauthorization and reform. I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Committee to develop legislation, provide strong oversight of federal infrastructure programs,  and advance policies designed to build a 21st century American infrastructure.”

Bill Shuster, Chairman Transportation and Infrastructure