The US Capitol Police (USCP) is continuing to investigate the origins and details surrounding the "suspicious package" abandoned in the office building.
At the same time, those previously evacuated have been given an 'all clear' signal to resume their regular duties in the Rayburn House Office Building.
"The USCP has cleared the incident with the Suspicious Package located inside the Rayburn House Office Building outside of room 2043," authorities announced. "The area has reopened and any associated door closures will clear momentarily. USCP is continuing to investigate."
"All staff and other personnel are directed to remain in their assembly area until further notice. There are no road closures at this time," US Capitol Police said in their initial Wednesday afternoon alert.
NBC reporter Scott MacFarlane noted the room in question is a "floor-level meeting room."
Furthermore, the reports come at a time when visitors are not permitted in the Rayburn House Office Building.