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EVOLUTION OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF EVOLUTION OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (1913 – 2015) 2

THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION The Public Utility Commission of the District of Columbia (Commission) THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION The Public Utility Commission of the District of Columbia (Commission) was established by Congress in 1913 as an independent District Government agency to regulate the electric, natural gas, telephone, and transportation companies (street cars, taxicabs, etc. ) in the District. In 1964, the Commission’s name was changed to the Public Service Commission after it became responsible for also regulating the securities industry. The Commission stopped regulating most transportation companies in 1987 when taxicab regulation was moved to a newly created Taxicab Commission. Jurisdiction over the securities industry was moved from the Commission to a newly created District Government agency called the 3 Department of Insurance, Banking, and Securities in 1997.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION CHAIRMAN Betty Ann Kane Chairman First appointed by Mayor Adrian Fenty, PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION CHAIRMAN Betty Ann Kane Chairman First appointed by Mayor Adrian Fenty, Betty Ann Kane began her term as a Commissioner in March 2007, and she was appointed the Chairman of the PSC in March 2009. Mayor Fenty reappointed her in 2011. Chairman Kane has over 30 years of service to the District Government in elected and appointed positions such as elected member of the DC Board of Education in the mid 1973 and three terms on the DC Council from 1978 to 1990. Her DC Council service included chairing the Public Services and Cable Television Committee, with legislative, budgetary and oversight responsibility for the PSC, Office of the Peoples Counsel, and Office of Cable Television. Chairman Kane has also been a government relations advisor. She wrote a telecommunications and cable television guidebook for the National League of Cities. Chairman Kane also served as a Trustee and Executive Director of the DC Retirement Board, and led the transformation of the Board from an investment agency managing $3. 2 billion in pension funds to a full-service retirement and investment agency. Chairman Betty Ann Kane currently serves as chairman of the Telecommunications Committee of the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Commissioners, is a member of the Telecommunications Committee of NARUC and has been appointed by the FCC to the Joint Conference on Advanced Telecommunication Service and the North American Numbering Council. Chairman Kane is a graduate of Middlebury College and has a Masters Degree in English from Yale University. She is a 40 -year resident of the District of Columbia. She and her husband, attorney Noel W. Kane, have two grown children. 4

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER Willie L. Phillips Commissioner Willie L. Phillips was nominated by Mayor PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER Willie L. Phillips Commissioner Willie L. Phillips was nominated by Mayor Vincent Gray and confirmed as a PSC Commissioner by the D. C. Council effective July 14, 2014, for a term ending June 30, 2018. Commissioner Phillips is an experienced regulatory attorney combining over a decade of legal expertise in private practice and as in-house counsel. Commissioner Phillips has an extensive background in the areas of public utility regulation, bulk power system reliability, and corporate governance. Prior to coming to the PSC, Commissioner Phillips served as Assistant General Counsel for the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC), a not-for -profit international regulatory authority, in Washington, D. C. Before joining NERC, Phillips was an attorney at Van Ness Feldman LLP in Washington, D. C. , and Balch & Bingham LLP in Birmingham, Ala. , where he advised clients on regulatory compliance and policy matters and assisted on litigation and administrative proceedings on the Federal and State level. He has also worked as an aide on Capitol Hill. Commissioner Phillips is a member of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners where he serves on the Committee on Electricity. He is also a member of the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, Energy Bar Association, and American Association of Blacks in Energy. Commissioner Phillips has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Montevallo and a Juris Doctor degree from Howard University School of Law. He is also a member of the District of Columbia Bar and Alabama State Bar Association. 5

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER Richard A. Beverly was nominated by Mayor Muriel Bowser and confirmed PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER Richard A. Beverly was nominated by Mayor Muriel Bowser and confirmed as a DCPSC Commissioner by the D. C. Council effective December 20, 2016, for a term ending June 30, 2020. Commissioner Beverly has a long and distinguished record. He served as a Clinton Appointee to the U. S. Department of Labor’s Administrative Review Board and has served as General Counsel for both the DCPSC and the Office of Employee Appeals for a total of over 30 years. A Ward 1 resident, Mr. Beverly received a Bachelor Degree in Political Science from Howard University and a Juris Doctorate from American University. Richard A. Beverly Commissioner 6

MISSION STATEMENT • The mission of the Public Service Commission of the District of MISSION STATEMENT • The mission of the Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia is to serve the public interest by ensuring that financially healthy electric, natural gas and telecommunications companies provide safe, reliable and quality utility services at reasonable rates for District of Columbia residential, business and government customers. • We do this by: – Ensuring safe, reliable, and quality services; – Regulating monopoly services to ensure their rates are just and reasonable; – Fostering fair and open competition among service providers – Conserving natural resources and preserving environmental quality – Educating consumers and informing the public; – Resolving disputes among consumers and service providers, and – Ensuring customer satisfaction by motivating customer-and 7 results-oriented employees.

OUR JOB AT THE COMMISSION Electricity Natural Gas Customer Service Pay Telephones Telecommunicatio ns OUR JOB AT THE COMMISSION Electricity Natural Gas Customer Service Pay Telephones Telecommunicatio ns 8

COMPANIES UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMISSION • Electric* – Pepco (Has a monopoly COMPANIES UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE COMMISSION • Electric* – Pepco (Has a monopoly over the distribution of electricity to consumers) – 103 Competitive Electric Suppliers (CES) licensed. They supply the generation and interstate transmission of electricity to Pepco’s distribution system. • Natural Gas** – Washington Gas (Has a monopoly over the distribution of natural gas to consumers) – 48 Competitive Commodity Gas Suppliers (CGS) licensed. They supply the natural gas that flows through Washington Gas’s pipes and mains. • Local Telephone*** – Verizon – 262 Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs) certificated as of 12/12. 96 have withdrawn, leaving a balance of 166. * Electric competition began in 2001. **Natural gas competition began in 1999. ***Local telephone competition began in 1997. 9

Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia FY 2015 Organizational Chart Commissioner Joanne Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia FY 2015 Organizational Chart Commissioner Joanne Doddy Fort Chairman Betty Ann Kane General Counsel Director Consumer Services Executive Director Deputy Executive Director, Office of Technical & Regulatory Analysis Deputy Executive Director Administration Chief Finance and Accounting Commissioner Willie L. Phillips Agency Fiscal Officer Chief Human Resources Officer Commission Secretary Chief Economics Chief Compliance and Enforcement Chief Infrastructure & System Planning 10

THE COMMISSION IS A QUASI-JUDICIAL AGENCY - LIKE A COURT • The Commissioners are THE COMMISSION IS A QUASI-JUDICIAL AGENCY - LIKE A COURT • The Commissioners are the judges. • The Commissioners’ staff, the offices of the General Counsel, Executive Director, and Technical Staff are all advisors to the Commissioners; in some cases, Consumer Services staff also serve as advisors. • The Office of the Commission Secretary and the Administrative Offices (Executive Director, Human Resources, and Information Technology) are like the Clerk of the Court. • The Office of Consumer Services provides mediation services to consumers and businesses re utility complaints and payphone complaints and the Office of the General Counsel serves as hearing officers when these complaints are appealed. 11

EVOLUTION OF THE COMMISSION’S ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 1913 TO DATE 12 EVOLUTION OF THE COMMISSION’S ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 1913 TO DATE 12

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1913 Chester Harding – DC Commissioner PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1913 Chester Harding – DC Commissioner & PUC Chairman General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Edward H. Thomas C. H. Syme DC Commissioners F. L. Siddons O. P Newman Executive Officer J. L. Schley Bureau of Transit And Equipment Inspection H. C. Eddy Electrical Inspection Bureau Gas Inspection Bureau E. G. Runyan Bureau of Statistics and Accounts J. G. Williams Executive Office B. A. Harlan 13

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1914 - 1915 Valuation Bureau E. PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1914 - 1915 Valuation Bureau E. W. Bemis 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) C. H. Syme (Also DC Commissioners) Executive Officer J. L. Schley Bureau of Transit And Equipment Inspection H. C. Eddy Bureau of Electrical Inspection J. P. Schrodt Bureau of Gas Inspection G. Runyan Bureau of Statistics and Accounts J. G. Williams Office of the Chief Clerk B. A. Harlan 14

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1916 - 1919 3 COMMISSIONERS Valuation PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1916 - 1919 3 COMMISSIONERS Valuation Bureau General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) (Also DC Commissioners) Executive Secretary Bureau of Transit And Equipment Inspection Bureau of Electrical Inspection Bureau of Gas Inspection Bureau of Statistics and Accounts Office of the Chief Clerk 15

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1920 - 1926 3 COMMISSIONERS General PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1920 - 1926 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) (Also DC Commissioners) Executive Secretary Chief Accountant Chief Engineer Chief Inspector Of Gas & Meters Chief Inspector of Electric Meters Chief Clerk 16

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1927 3 COMMISSIONERS People’s Counsel (Separated PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1927 3 COMMISSIONERS People’s Counsel (Separated from DC Commissioners) General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Chief Accountant Chief Engineer Chief Inspector Of Gas & Meters Chief Inspector of Electric Meters Chief Clerk 17

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1932 - 1949 People’s Counsel 3 PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1932 - 1949 People’s Counsel 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Chief Accountant Chief Engineer (includes electric meters) Chief Inspector Of Gas & Meters Chief Clerk 18

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1950 – 1951 People’s Counsel 3 PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1950 – 1951 People’s Counsel 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Executive Accountant and Auditor Chief Engineer (includes electric meters) Senior Engineer of Gas & Meters Chief Clerk 19

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1952 – 1953 People’s Counsel eliminated PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1952 – 1953 People’s Counsel eliminated 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Executive Accountant and Auditor Chief Engineer (includes electric meters) Senior Engineer of Gas and Meters Chief Clerk 20

PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1954 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1954 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Chief Accountant Chief Engineer (includes electric meters) Senior Engineer of Gas and Meters Chief Clerk 21

PUBLIC UTILITYCOMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1958 – 1963 3 COMMISSIONERS Legal Department PUBLIC UTILITYCOMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1958 – 1963 3 COMMISSIONERS Legal Department (still part of DC Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Accounting Department – Chief Accountant Engineering Department Chief Engineer Gas Inspection Bureau – Senior Engineer (includes gas & meters) Chief Clerk 22

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1964 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1964 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Accounting Department – Chief Accountant Engineering Department Chief Engineer Gas Inspection Bureau – Senior Engineer (includes gas & meters) Securities Department. Securities Administrator Chief Clerk 23

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1966 -1968 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1966 -1968 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Accounting Department – Chief Accountant Engineering Department Chief Engineer Gas Inspection Bureau – Senior Engineer (includes gas & meters) Securities Bureau Securities Administrator Chief Clerk 24

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1969 -1978 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1969 -1978 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Accounting Department – Chief Accountant Engineering Department Chief Engineer Gas Inspection Bureau – Senior Engineer (includes gas & meters) Securities Division – Securities Administrator Chief Clerk 25

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1969 -1978 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1969 -1978 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Executive Secretary Accounting Department – Chief Accountant Engineering Department Chief Engineer Gas Inspection Bureau – Senior Engineer (includes gas & meters) Securities Division – Securities Administrator Chief Clerk 26

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1979 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1979 3 COMMISSIONERS General Counsel (Corporation Counsel) Office of Executive Secretary Office of Accounting Director Office of Engineering Director Gas Inspection Bureau Office of Securities Director Chief Clerk 27

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE Pre- 1980 (Structure Prior to Implementation of Reorganization Study) Commissioner ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE Pre- 1980 (Structure Prior to Implementation of Reorganization Study) Commissioner General Counsel was the DC Corporation Counsel; There was no PSC Staff in OGC. Securities Chairperson Commissioner Executive Secretary Accounting & Finance Engineering The Commission was located at 1625 I Street, N. W. The Chairperson was selected by the Commissioners. The Commission regulated Pepco, Washington Gas, C&P telephone company, securities, and taxicabs. Engineering handled consumer complaints, which dealt mostly with public safety issues. Technical Staff were bifurcated in order to “complete the record. ” One or two staff served as advisors to the Commissioners in formal case proceedings while other technical staff served as expert witnesses who filed testimony or comments, participated in discovery, and were cross examined in the formal hearings. Accounting and Finance 28 supervised staff’s participation in cases and engaged consultants as necessary. The Commissioners also engaged legal and technical consultants as their advisors.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE 1980 - - March 1984 (27 -45 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE 1980 - - March 1984 (27 -45 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner Chairperson Ruth Hankins-Nesbitt, Esq. Executive Director General Counsel (No in-house-staff) Securities Accounting & Finance Commissioner Economics Engineering Commission Secretary Consumer Services The Commission moved to the Old City Hall at 451 Indiana Avenue, NW in 1980. The Office of the Executive Director was established in 1980. Mel Dixie was the first Executive Director. The office handled administrative matters such as personnel, budget, and procurement. The Office of Economics was established in 1980. Gordon Pozza was the first Director of the Office. The Office of Consumer Services (OCS) was established in 1981 to implement the new Consumer Bill of Rights. The first OCS Director was Vivian Jordan 29 Webb. The first in-house General Counsel was Lloyd N. Moore, Jr. in 1980. He was the first General Counsel who was not the D. C. Corporation Counsel.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE March 1984 – 1991 (45 -80 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner General ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE March 1984 – 1991 (45 -80 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner General Counsel (in-house attorneys) Securities Accounting & Finance Chairperson – Patricia Worthy, Esq. Commissioner Executive Director Economics Engineering Commission Secretary Consumer Services In 1983, Commissioner Wes Long conducted a cost/benefit analysis, which showed that it would be more cost-effective to expand the Commission and hire attorneys and technical staff in-house rather than engaging more expensive legal and technical consultants. In 1984, the Chairperson was appointed by the Mayor, with the approval of the DC Council and the Commission began hiring inhouse attorneys and more technical staff. The Commission got its first computer in 1984. In 1987, the Commission’s jurisdiction 30 over taxicab rates was transferred to a newly created DC Government Taxicab Commission. In that same year, the Commission th Street, NW in the Securities and Exchange Commission building. moved to 450 5

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE 1991 – 1992 (80 Budgeted Positions) Commissioners Chairman Commissioners Howard ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE 1991 – 1992 (80 Budgeted Positions) Commissioners Chairman Commissioners Howard Davenport, Esq. General Counsel Staff Director Regulatory Matters Staff Director Financial Matters Securities Accounting & Finance Staff Director Administrative Matters/ Commission Secretary Budget Economics After a year, Chairman Davenport returned to the Executive Director structure. Procurement Information Technology Engineering Consumer Services Personnel 31

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE January 1993 – September 1996 ( The Number of Budgeted ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE January 1993 – September 1996 ( The Number of Budgeted Positions Peaked at 95 in 1995 ) Chairman Howard Davenport, Esq. Edward Meyers (Acting), Marlene Johnson Commissioner Executive Director (ED) General Counsel Securities Commissioner Deputy ED Reg. Matters/ Engineering Consumer Services Accounting & Finance Economics The Commission structure until the agency downsized in September 1996. Deputy ED Admin/ Commission Secretary Personnel Procurement Budget Information Technology 32

RESTRUCTURING THE COMMISSION AND CHANGING ROLE OF STAFF AFTER SIGNIFICANT DOWNSIZING IN 1996 • RESTRUCTURING THE COMMISSION AND CHANGING ROLE OF STAFF AFTER SIGNIFICANT DOWNSIZING IN 1996 • In 1996, the Commission had to eliminate 41 positions or over 40% of its FTEs. Of these, 15 vacancies were eliminated and 26 employees were riffed. As a result, the Commission restructured itself as follows: – Eliminated Staff’s filing of testimony in formal cases “to complete the record” and converted all staff to advisory. Previously, staff participated in proceedings as if it were a party, except for the fact it did not file briefs. – There were two exceptions after the downsizing. Staff continued to file comments on Pepco’s annual Productivity Improvement Plans (PIPs) in FC 766 and on Washington Gas’s Gas Procurement Report (GPR) in FC 874. – Staff in the Offices of Accounting and Finance, Economics, and Engineering were combined under the Deputy Executive Director for Regulatory Matters, who was also the Commission’s Chief Engineer. – The Commission outsourced its Personnel responsibilities to the DC Office of Personnel and its Information Technology responsibilities to an individual consultant. – The procurement function was moved to the Office of the General Counsel. – The Commission enhanced its productivity, given the reduced staff, by purchasing a new telephone system and new computers. 33

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE October 1996 -October 2000 (54 -58 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner Chairperson ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE October 1996 -October 2000 (54 -58 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner Chairperson Marlene Johnson, Esq. Dr. Edward Meyers (Acting) Executive Director (ED) General Counsel Securities Deputy ED Reg. Matters/ Engineering Procurement Accounting & Finance Economics Consumer Services Commissioner Agency Fiscal Officer Deputy ED Admin/ Commission Secretary Personnel – Outsourced To DCOP Information Technology Outsourced to a consultant In late 1995, Chairperson Marlene Johnson moved the procurement function to the General Counsel’s office. In late 1996, as part of the restructuring of the DC Government by the Financial Control Board, Agency Fiscal Officers were removed from each agency and placed in a centralized Office of the Chief Financial Officer. In December 1996, the Commission moved to 717 17 th Street, NW. In 1997, the Office of Securities was transferred to a newly created District Government agency combining insurance and securities. Meanwhile, during this period, the PSC began opening the electric, natural gas, and local telephone markets to competition, which greatly expanded the Commission’s workload. In 1998, the Commission relocated part of the staff to 1333 H Street, NW under a 10 -year lease. Remaining staff moved into the building in the Spring of 2000. In 2008, the lease was extended for 5 years, until November 2013. 34

SCOPE OF 2000 – 2001 STRATEGIC PLANNING PROJECT UNDERTAKEN BY HEADSTRONG CONSULTANTS Strategic Plan SCOPE OF 2000 – 2001 STRATEGIC PLANNING PROJECT UNDERTAKEN BY HEADSTRONG CONSULTANTS Strategic Plan Organizational Assessment Performance Plan IT Plan PDs, Performance Standards, & Pay Assessment Input relationships depicted; assessments can provide feedback. 35

CHAIRMAN CARTAGENA’S PROPOSED RESTRUCTURING PLAN THAT WAS NEVER IMPLEMENTED Commissioners Agency Fiscal Officer Chairman CHAIRMAN CARTAGENA’S PROPOSED RESTRUCTURING PLAN THAT WAS NEVER IMPLEMENTED Commissioners Agency Fiscal Officer Chairman General Counsel Consumer Services Technical and Regulatory Analysis Enforcement Team Commission Secretary Consumer Team Market Monitoring Team Instead of the teams, the technical staff developed a market monitoring plan and the consumer services staff prepared annual communications plans. No enforcement plan was prepared. Personnel 36

ILLUSTRATIVE OFFICES/RELATIONSHIPS Commissioner Chairman General Counsel Utilities Service Provider Commissioner Services Commission Secretary §Names ILLUSTRATIVE OFFICES/RELATIONSHIPS Commissioner Chairman General Counsel Utilities Service Provider Commissioner Services Commission Secretary §Names are important §Standing Value Stream Teams §Short-term Project Teams Consumer Services Payphone Service Provider Services Utility Service Provider Services Operations Support & Admin Services • Agency Fiscal Officer §Policy Vs. Operations? §Customer focus Value Stream Team Project Team Headstrong's proposal was never implemented. It attempted to reorganize the PSC as if it were a business serving customers. However, the structure did not adequately take into account the PSC’s judicial functions. In retrospect, an attorney should have been part of the consultant’s team. 37

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE October 2000 – July 2003 (58 -69 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE October 2000 – July 2003 (58 -69 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner General Counsel Agency Fiscal Officer Chairman Angel Cartagena, Esq. Chief of Staff Personnel In 2000, Chairman Angel Cartagena eliminated the Executive Director position and replaced it with a Chief of Staff position. Unlike the Executive Director, the Chief of Staff had responsibility for administrative matters, but not formal case matters. Commissioner Director Office of Technical and Regulatory Analysis (OTRA) Accounting & Finance Procurement Economics Information Technology Engineering Consumer Services Commission Secretary 38

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE July 2003 – December 2003 (69 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner Chairperson ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE July 2003 – December 2003 (69 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner Chairperson Agnes A. Yates, Esq. Commissioner Director of OTRA General Counsel Commissioner Rachel's Management Analyst Consumer Services Procurement Accounting/Finance Accounting & Finance Information Technology Economics Upon Chairman Cartagena’s departure, Chairperson Yates eliminated the Chief of Staff position. She wanted to return to the Executive Director structure. The structure on this page was implemented on an interim basis. Commission Secretary Engineering Personnel Budget Agency Fiscal Officer 39

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE January – 2004 – November 2004 (69 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE January – 2004 – November 2004 (69 Budgeted Positions) Commissioner Anthony Rachal III Chairperson Agnes A. Yates, Esq. Director of OTRA General Counsel Richard A. Beverly Consumer Services Commissioner Richard E. Morgan Procurement Information Technology Commission Secretary Accounting/Finance Accounting & Finance Economics Engineering Personnel In January 2004, Chairman Yates re-aligned the responsibilities among herself, the General Counsel, and Director of OTRA. Budget Agency Fiscal Officer 40

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE December 2004 -2008 (69 - 68 Budgeted Positions) Chairperson Commissioner ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE December 2004 -2008 (69 - 68 Budgeted Positions) Chairperson Commissioner Executive Director General Counsel Deputy General Counsel Chief Engineer Commissioner Agnes A. Yates, Esq. Deputy Executive Director Regulatory (OTRA) Chief Economist Chief Finance & Accounting Deputy Executive Director Administration Director Commission Secretary Agency Fiscal Officer Director Consumer Services In December 2004, the PSC returned to the Executive Director structure. Two separate Deputy Executive Director positions were created. The Deputy Executive Director for Regulatory Matters position was filled in October 2005 and the Deputy Executive Director for Administrative Matters position was filled in January 2006. 41

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE 2009 -September 2013 (72. 6 Budgeted Positions) Chairperson Commissioner Executive ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BY OFFICE 2009 -September 2013 (72. 6 Budgeted Positions) Chairperson Commissioner Executive Director General Counsel Deputy General Counsel Chief Engineer Commissioner Betty Ann Kane Deputy Executive Director Regulatory (OTRA) Chief Economist Chief Finance & Accounting Deputy Executive Director Administration Director Commission Secretary Agency Fiscal Officer Director Consumer Services In 2009, the PSC received 4 new electricity related positions funded by a 3 -year federal stimulus (ARRA) grant. 42

Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia FY 2014 Organizational Chart 79. 6 Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia FY 2014 Organizational Chart 79. 6 FTEs Commissioner Joanne Doddy Fort General Counsel Director Consumer Services Chairman Betty Ann Kane Executive Director Deputy Executive Director, Office of Technical & Regulatory Analysis Chief Finance and Accounting Deputy Executive Director Administration Commissioner Willie L. Phillips Agency Fiscal Officer Chief Human Resources Officer Commission Secretary Chief Economics Chief Compliance and Enforcement Chief Infrastructure & System Planning 43

Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia FY 2015 Organizational Chart 82. 6 Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia FY 2015 Organizational Chart 82. 6 FTEs Commissioner Joanne Doddy Fort General Counsel Director Consumer Services Chairman Betty Ann Kane Executive Director Deputy Executive Director, Office of Technical & Regulatory Analysis Chief Finance and Accounting Deputy Executive Director Administration Commissioner Willie L. Phillips Agency Fiscal Officer Chief Human Resources Officer Commission Secretary Chief Economics Chief Compliance and Enforcement Chief Infrastructure & System Planning 44