Section 102(b) of the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA) requires the Office of Congressional Workplace Rights (formerly Office of Compliance) to report whether and to what degree provisions of Federal law, relating to the terms and conditions of employment of employees and access to public services and accommodations, are applicable or inapplicable to the legislative branch and, if inapplicable, whether they should be made applicable.

Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 115th Congress (Dec 2016)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 114th Congress (Dec 2014)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 113th Congress (Dec 2012)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 112th Congress (Dec 2010)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 111th Congress (Dec 2008)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 110th Congress (Dec 2006)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 109th Congress (Dec 2004)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 108th Congress (Dec 2002)
Section 102(b) Interim Report (Nov 2001)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 107th Congress (Dec 2000)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 106th Congress (Dec 1998)
Section 102(b) Biennial Report, Recommendations for the 105th Congress (Dec 1996)