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Office of Compliance Mission

The Office of Compliance advances safety, health, and workplace rights in the U.S. Congress and the Legislative Branch. Established as an independent agency by the Congressional Accountability Act of 1995, the Office educates employees and employing offices about their rights and responsibilities under the Act, provides an impartial dispute resolution process, and investigates and remedies violations of the Act.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Susan S. Robfogel, Chair
Barbara L. Camens
Alan V. Friedman
Roberta L. Holzwarth
Barbara Childs Wallace

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
William W. Thompson, II

GENERAL COUNSEL
Peter Ames Eveleth

DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: SENATE
Paul M. Coran

DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: HOUSE
Alma Candelaria

 

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