From The National Journal:
Jeh Johnson, President Obama’s pick for Homeland Security secretary, is making the rounds on Capitol Hill this week with senators who will decide the fate of his nomination. Johnson’s nomination was formally sent up to Capitol Hill on Monday, and the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee plans to have a confirmation hearing soon. The former chief lawyer for the Pentagon is expected to be asked a range of questions—from what role he played in authorizing drone strikes to his approach to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, an agency within the Homeland Security Department. Senators also plan to ask Johnson about his views on what to do with Guantanamo Bay detainees and his stance on antiterrorism policy, among other topics.