This week, the House is expected to consider eight bills, ranging from government transparency to domestic energy production.

Legislation under consideration this week includes:

H.R. 2061: requires information on all federal spending to be posted to a single, comprehensive and searchable website using new government-wide standards in order to enable taxpayers and policymakers to track federal spending more effectively.

H.R. 3343: amends the District of Columbia Home Rule Act to increase the compensation for the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, bringing it in line with other positions in the federal senior executive service.

H.R. 3487: extends the Federal Election Commission's (FEC's) Administrative Fine Program through 2018 and allows the FEC to expand the range of organizations that are covered under the program.

S.Con.Res. 25: authorizes the use of Emancipation Hall in the Capitol Visitor Center for activities associated with the ceremony to award the Congressional Gold Medal to Native American code talkers, who transmitted secret messages during WWII.

H.R. 272: designates the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense joint outpatient clinic to be constructed in Marina, California, as the “General William H. Gourley Federal Outpatient Clinic: A Joint VA–DOD Health Care Facility.”

H.R. 1965: requires the Interior Department to develop a strategic plan for the nation's energy needs over 30 years and set domestic production goals to meet demand. It also requires that at least 25% of eligible federal land be made available each year for oil and gas leasing, including in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, and streamlines the process for approving drilling permits.

H.R. 2728: prohibits the Interior Department from enforcing federal rules related to hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) in states that have their own oversight rules. It also sets a deadline of September 30, 2016, for the EPA to release its final report on the impact of fracking on drinking water.

H.R. 1900: requires the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to approve or deny an application for a pipeline construction certificate for "pre-filed" projects within 12 months of receiving a complete application.