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

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The Rosa Parks bronze statue weighs 600 pounds and the granite pedestal, partially hollowed out inside, weighs 2,100 pounds. The pedestal is made of Raven Black granite and inscribed simply with her name and life dates, “Rosa Parks/1913–2005.
On February 27, 2013, a statue of Rosa Parks commissioned by Congress was...

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A virtual Map of Capitol Hill from above
View a map of the U.S. Capitol and other buildings and grounds cared for by the...

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East Front of the U.S. Capitol Building
AOC’s annual Performance and Accountability Report provides the results of the...

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Car of History Clock in the U.S. Capitol’s National Statuary Hall.
Ivestigate the meaning behind the Car of History Clock in the U.S. Capitol’s...

Resources for AOC Staff

Resources for AOC Staff

The following resources are available for current employees of the Architect of the Capitol:

Telework:
Employees teleworking may log into the AOC network at https://telework.aoc.gov.

Time & Attendance:
AOC staff can now submit their timesheets via WebTa from anywhere, just login here.

Inclement Weather:
Employees should call the number of their jurisdiction, listed below, for operational status updates in case of inclement weather:


Jurisdiction Operating Status Hotline
House Office Buildings 202.225.2600
Senate Office Buildings 202.224.7942
U.S. Capitol Building 202.228.0700
Architect’s Central Staff 202.228.1274
Library of Congress Buildings/Grounds 202.707.3385
U.S. Botanic Garden 202.226.8333
U.S. Capitol Power Plant 202.225.4180
Capitol Visitor Services (Guides, Visitor Assistants & Gift Shop employees) 202.593.1900
Capitol Visitor Services (Administrative Staff) 202.593.1910
Capitol Grounds 202.224.3507

 

Workers’ Compensation:
The Architect of the Capitol is committed to ensuring the timely filing and effective case management of all reported work-related injury claims. The Federal Employee’s Compensation Act (FECA) provides compensation benefits to Federal civilian employees for disability due to personal injury or disease while in the performance of duty. The FECA also provides for payment of benefits to dependents if the injury or disease causes an employee’s death. More information and resources for those employees filing workers’ compensation claims is available.