2020—Pub. L. 116–260, § 701(b)(1), substituted “Capitol” for “Capitol/Chief Operating Officer” in section catchline.
Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 116–260, § 701(b)(2), inserted text of subsec. (a) and struck out former text of subsec. (a) which read as follows: “There shall be a Deputy Architect of the Capitol who shall serve as the Chief Operating Officer of the Office of the Architect of the Capitol. The Deputy Architect of the Capitol shall be appointed by the Architect of the Capitol and shall report directly to the Architect of the Capitol and shall be subject to the authority of the Architect of the Capitol. The Architect of the Capitol shall appoint the Deputy Architect of the Capitol not later than 180 days after February 20, 2003. The Architect of the Capitol shall consult with the Comptroller General or his designee before making the appointment.”
Subsecs. (b) to (h). Pub. L. 116–260, § 701(b)(3), (4), redesignated subsec. (h) as (b) and struck out former subsecs. (b) to (g) which related to Deputy Architect qualifications and responsibilities, submission of an action plan and annual evaluation of its implementation, and removal of the Deputy Architect.
Subsecs. (i), (j). Pub. L. 116–260, § 702(b)(5), struck out subsecs. (i) and (j) which required the Deputy Architect to prepare and transmit an annual performance report and terminated the role of the Comptroller General and the Government Accountability Office in this section as of Oct. 1, 2006.
2010—Subsec. (e)(3). Pub. L. 111–316 struck out par. (3). Text read as follows: “Notwithstanding section 1849(a) of this title, as amended by section 129(c) of the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2002, the Architect of the Capitol may fix the rate of basic pay for not more than 3 additional positions at a rate not to exceed the highest total rate of pay for the Senior Executive Service under subchapter VIII of chapter 53 of title 5 for the locality involved.”
2004—Subsecs. (f), (j). Pub. L. 108–271 substituted “Government Accountability Office” for “General Accounting Office”.
2003—Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 108–11, substituted “not later than 180 days” for “not later than 90 days”.