HPSCI To Hold Open Hearing on National Security Threats Posed by Huawei and ZTE

Sep 12, 2012
HPSCI To Hold Open Hearing on National Security Threats Posed by Huawei and ZTE

For Immediate Release                               Contact:  Susan Phalen
September 12, 2012                                   (202) 225-4121

 

Media Advisory
Reminder

 

House Intelligence Committee to Hold Open Hearing on National Security Threats Posed by
Chinese Telecom Companies Huawei and ZTE; Witnesses Announced

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. –  Chairman Mike Rogers and Ranking Member C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger today announced the witnesses for the upcoming House Intelligence Committee open hearing on Thursday, September 13, 2012.  Charles Ding, Corporate Senior Vice President, Huawei; and Zhu Jinyun, Senior Vice President for North America and Europe, ZTE.  The hearing is part of an ongoing investigation into the national security threats posed by Chinese telecommunications companies working in the United States, Huawei and ZTE.  The hearing will begin at 10:00am in the U.S. Capitol, room HVC-210.  The hearing is open to the public.

 

Full Committee Hearing – Open to the Public

Date:                September 13, 2012  (Thursday)
Topic:              “National Security Threats Posed by Chinese Telecom Companies, Huawei and  
                        ZTE”
Time:               10:00 am – 1:00 pm ET
Location:         HVC-210
Witnesses:      Charles Ding, Corporate Senior Vice President, Huawei
                       Zhu Jinyun, Senior Vice President for North America and Europe, ZTE

 

Live Coverage

The hearing will be webcast live at www.intelligence.house.gov   The hearing will also be broadcast on the House of Representatives’ In House Cable System on Channel 28.

 

Media Set-Up

Press set up will be from 6:30am – 8:30amAll media equipment must be in position in the hearing room before the security sweep begins at 8:30am.  No media equipment will be allowed in the room after the security sweep.  The room will reopen after the security sweep for the public and the media to take their seats.

Only Congressionally credentialed members of the media will be allowed access to the press viewing area in the committee hearing room.

Members of the media who are not Congressionally credentialed may contact their respective Galleries to apply for a temporary press credential (see numbers below).

All television crews must RSVP to the House Radio TV Gallery at 202-225-5214.

Gallery contact information:

House Radio/TV Gallery:             202-225-5214
House Periodical Gallery:            202-225-2941
House Daily Press Gallery:          202-225-3945
Photographer Gallery:                 202-224-6548

 

 

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