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Congressional Office of Compliance

www.compliance.gov

 
The Office of Compliance (OOC) is an independent, non-partisan agency established to administer and enforce the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA) of 1995. OOC administers and ensures the integrity of the dispute resolution system established to resolve disputes that arise under the CAA; carries out an education and training program for Congressional Members, employing offices, and Congressional employees to assist them in understanding their rights and responsibilities under the CAA; and advises Congress on needed changes and amendments to the CAA. The General Counsel of the OOC has independent investigatory and enforcement authority for certain violations of the CAA.
  • Number of Employees: 25-100
  • Annual Revenue: $1-10 Million
  • www.compliance.gov
  • 110 2nd Street SE Room LA 200
    Washington, DC USA 20540
  • Phone: 202.724.9250

Executives

Name Title Contact Details
Hillary Benson
Associate General Counsel Profile

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