Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has been reappointed to sit on the House Homeland Security and Oversight Committees.

Greene was stripped of her assignments in the Democratic-controlled Congress in 2021.

The selections of the Steering Committee, a panel of around 30 members of House Leadership and elected regional representatives, will have to be approved by the full House GOP conference. The conference typically approves the Steering Committee’s recommendations.

In a statement on Tuesday, Greene said she was “honored” to serve on the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, which she defined as “arguable […] the most important committee this Congress.”

“Joe Biden, be prepared. We are going to uncover every corrupt business dealing, every foreign entanglement, every abuse of power, and every check cut for The Big Guy,” said Greene of her plans on the Oversight committee.