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Photograph of people walking outside on a Self-Guided Tour of Capitol Hill
Visitors can tour many highlights on Capitol Hill without registering.

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The Architect of the Capitol’s challenge is unique – maintaining aging, iconic buildings; adapting state-of-the-art technology; and increasing responsiveness to environmental, security and safety considerations in a rich historical setting.
The Architect of the Capitol's challenge is unique – maintaining aging, iconic...

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Orchid Symphony is on display at the U.S. Botanic Garden through April 27, 2014
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Chief Administrative Officer

Chief Administrative Officer

Chief Administrative Officer

Human Capital Management Division

The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) provides administrative and business support and includes the Acquisition and Material Management Division, Curator Division, Human Capital Management Division, Information Technology Division and Office Services Division. The CAO also manages the Policy Program Office. The Curator Division, which is responsible for the care and conservation of the architectural, fine and decorative arts under Architect of the Capitol's (AOC's) stewardship, also manages the Records Management and Archives Branch and the Photography Branch. The AOC's Diversity, Inclusion and Dispute Resolution Office (formerly Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Programs) falls under the CAO, but reports directly to the Architect of the Capitol.