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District of Columbia Public Service Commission

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District of Columbia Public Service Commission
DCPSC logo.@2x.png
Agency overview
Preceding agency
  • Public Utilities Commission
JurisdictionDistrict of Columbia
Headquarters1325 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20005
Agency executive
  • Willie L. Phillips, Chairman

The District of Columbia Public Service Commission (formerly the District of Columbia Public Utilities Commission) is an independent quasi-judicial body and regulatory agency responsible for regulating landline telephone, electricity, and gas utility companies operating within the District of Columbia. It was established by the US Congress in 1913.[1]

All PSC staff involved in formal cases are advisors to the Commissioners, including the Offices of the General Counsel (OGC), Technical and Regulatory Analysis (OTRA), and Consumer Services (OCS). The Office of the Commission Secretary and the Administrative Offices provides mediation services to consumers and businesses regarding complaints against utility service providers. OTRA also manages the natural gas pipeline safety program in the District.


The PSC was created by act of Congress on March 4, 1913, after President William Howard Taft signed into law the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, which authorized the Public Utilities Commission (name changed to PSC in 1964) to "furnish service and facilities reasonably safe and adequate" to ensure that any charges were reasonable, just and nondiscriminatory; and it initially had jurisdiction over electric, gas, and telephone companies, including mass transit, such as street cars, buses, and public motor vehicles. In 1974, the Home Rule Act affirmed the PSC as an independent charter agency. Since 1913, 72 men and women have served as Commissioners.

Grid modernization

Power Path DC is the PSC’s grid modernization plan to achieve a reliable, sustainable and resilient energy delivery system in the District.[2]

See also


  1. ^ "PSCDC - Who We Are".
  2. ^ "PSCDC - Power Path DC". Retrieved 4 June 2020.

External links

See also

This page was last edited on 4 June 2020, at 16:42
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