Stewards of the iconic buildings and grounds of Capitol Hill since 1793.

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Acquisition and Material Management Division

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The Architect of the Capitol's Acquisition & Material Management Division is structured into two branches: the Contracts Branch and the Small Purchases Branch. The Contracts Branch is responsible for soliciting and awarding AOC procurements and agreements exceeding $100,000. The Small Purchase Branch awards AOC procurements of $100,000 or less. These branches are led by the Chief Acquisition & Material Management Officer.

For information about doing business with the AOC, contact: AOCprocurement@aoc.gov or visit http://www.aoc.gov/doing-business-aoc.
 
For small businesses interested in doing business with the AOC please contact: smallbusiness@aoc.gov.