District of Columbia Public Service Commission

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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] The Commission offices are located at 1325 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20005.

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The PSC is headed by a Chairman and two Commissioners, who are appointed to four-year terms by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the DC Council.

  • Betty Ann Kane, Chairman
  • Willie L. Phillips, Commissioner
  • Richard A. Beverly, Commissioner

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