A memorial service to honor Colin Powell is scheduled for Nov. 5 at the Washington National Cathedral, The Associated Press reports.
A spokesperson said the memorial will be invitation-only.
The former secretary of state, who suffered from a type of blood cancer, died on Oct. 18 from COVID-19 complications.
Powell, a retired Army general, leaves behind a complicated legacy.
He was the first African American to serve as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and secretary of state.
However, his reputation took a hit when he stood before the U.N. Security Council and said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. The faulty information was used as a basis to go to war with Iraq.
Powell would later blame the speech on a "great intelligence failure."
Powell was 83 years old.