The Architect of the Capitol is a Legislative Branch agency responsible to the U.S. Congress for the maintenance, operation, development and preservation of the United States Capitol complex.

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We have a wide range of procurement opportunities and contracting methods. Please keep in mind that special restrictions apply to make deliveries to the U.S. Capitol.

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The AOC has created a small business subcontracting program and a small business set-aside program for small purchases $100,000 or less.

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U.S. Capitol Clean-up

The events of January 6 left most of the nation at a standstill, but Architect of the Capitol (AOC) employees immediately went to work, restoring the building and grounds to their proper condition so that Congress could safely reconvene and inaugural preparations could get back on track.
Architect of the Capitol Human Capital Management Division staff on the West Front.

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