PSC Divisions

Administration Division---Loyd Wilson, Director

The Administration Division is responsible for managing the Commission’s human and fiscal resources. The division has agency-wide responsibilities with departments that are responsible for the annual budget, fiscal services and procurement, human resources and payroll. The Public Policy and Outreach Department, another department of the division, develops and distributes information to the media on agency activities, responds to media requests, and provides utility consumer education materials. The Legislative Coordinator, the agency’s primary contact person with the General Assembly, is also assigned to this division and assists in responding to constituent inquiries. The Outreach and Diversity Officer, a part of the division, is responsible for consumer outreach and education events, and promotes the PSC in conjunction with recruiting diverse and qualified job applicants.

The division also houses the Consumer Services Department, the clearinghouse for all utility consumer inquiries. Consumer Services investigates and responds to complaints to ensure compliance with Commission rules and utility tariffs. When a consumer has an issue that is not satisfactorily resolved after an initial contact with the utility, the consumer may call the Commission consumer hotline (1-800-392-4211) for assistance.


General Counsel Division---Shelley Brueggemann, General Counsel

The General Counsel is authorized by statute to represent the Commission in all actions and proceedings, whether arising under the Public Service Commission Law or otherwise. Attorneys in the General Counsel’s Office appear in state and federal trial and appellate courts on behalf of the Commission. When authorized by the Commission, the General Counsel seeks civil penalties from persons or companies that have violated the Public Service Commission Law or the Commission’s regulations or orders. The External Litigation Department manages and processes these cases. The General Counsel also provides legal advice to the Commission and each Commissioner as requested. The Regulatory Analysis Department, within the General Counsel’s Division, represents the Commission’s interests in various forums related to federal energy issues, including providing assistance in cases before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, along with providing analysis on policy issues facing the Commission.

The Adjudication Department is the Commission's quasi-judicial component and is part of the General Counsel Division. Regulatory law judges within the Adjudication Department handle cases from their filing until their resolution. The judge assigned to a case presides over any hearing, rules on objections and motions, and drafts orders as directed or delegated by the Commission.


Morris WoodruffSecretary of the Commission / Chief Regulatory Law Judge---Morris Woodruff

The Secretary of the Commission is statutorily responsible for the records of the Commission and, acting through the Data Center, manages, maintains and preserves the official case files, tariffs and other official documents of the Commission. The Secretary, again acting through the Data Center, receives all incoming pleadings and issues all Commission orders. 

The Chief Regulatory Law Judge oversees the operations of the Adjudication Department.


Commission Staff Division---Natelle Dietrich, Staff Director

                                                           Jamie Myers, Deputy Staff Director

The Staff Director and Deputy Staff Director are responsible for leading all departments of the Commission’s Staff. These positions supervise and coordinate a number of PSC Staff functions including rate cases, complaints, tariff filings, certificate applications, rulemakings and investigatory dockets. The Operational Analysis, Staff Counsel, Auditing, Energy Resources, Water and Sewer, Manufactured Housing and Telecommunications Departments are a part of the Commission Staff Division.


The Commission Staff Division supports the Commission in meeting its statutory responsibilities by providing technical expertise in safety; utility rates, tariffs, rules and regulations; economic analysis; engineering oversight and investigations; and construction inspections. Commission Staff provide expertise in the areas of utility accounting, auditing, engineering, finance, management and natural gas procurement. Staff members perform audits, examinations, analyses, and review the books and records of the utilities providing service in Missouri. The Commission Staff Division is also responsible for investigating and responding to consumer complaints and making recommendations to the Commission regarding their resolution. The Commission Staff Division makes recommendations to the Commission in the form of expert testimony, formal recommendations and presentations.

Attorneys in the Staff Counsel’s Department represent the PSC Staff in matters before the Commission. The Staff Counsel’s 
 Department also provides legal advice to the PSC Staff on matters before the Commission. 






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