Product Service Code
Public Service Commission. Public Service Commission, a local agency that regulates intrastate phone service. In some locations, referred to as the Public Utilities Commission (PUC).
public service commission. A regulatory authority at state level.
Public Services Commission
Wisconsin Public Service Commission ( address book)
Port Service Charge, similar to APCA.
Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research
Patient Service Center
Personnel Service Center
Private Sector Credit All lending by credit institutions to the non-bank public, excluding government.
Personal Service Contractors
Platform Solution Centers
Professional services contract (issued after July 1, 1984).
A regulatory agency that provides economic oversight, policy guidance, and direction to electric public utilities on retail matters.
Product Service Codes
Public Service Commission. State regulatory agencies for utilities (including telecommunications); various state agencies have names such as Public Service Commission, Public Utility Commission, Board of Public Utilities, Public Service Board, Dept. of Telecommunications and Energy.
Public Sector Comparator
Postal Service Center (a.k.a., a branch Post Office).
Public school contract number
Public Service Commission. The New York State regulatory body responsible for overseeing the actions of the State's electric, telephone, and natural gas utilities. The PSC is the regulator that licenses industry participants, establishes operational codes, regulates the rates for transmission and distribution, approves sales or purchases of regulated utilities and investigates customer complaints, for electricity, gas, steam, telecommunications and water utilities. The PSC's Business Advocates can provide you with additional assistance and information regarding load-curtailment and energy-efficiency programs, and assistance related to economic development, dispute resolution, and competitive energy and telecommunications markets.
Public Service Commission. Maryland's state agency that is responsible for regulating the state's public utilities. The PSC is overseeing the deregulation of the electric market.
Also known as the Postal Services Commission or Postcomm. Non-ministerial government department that is the independent regulator for the postal services market.
Public Service Corporation
Personnel service company
personal service corporation. A personal service corporation is one in which the principal activity is personal services that are provided by the employee-owners. Examples are accounting, law, medical, and engineering corporations.
See personal service corporation.
Public Service Commission of West Virginia which regulates public utilities.
Public Service Commission. The state regulatory agency that provides oversight, policy guidance and direction to electric/natural Gas public utilities.
Public Service Commission, typically governs intrastate regulations with respect to telecommunications.
Public Service Commission Some states have PSCs, others have PUCs.
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.
Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia
Pacific Salmon Commission.
Public Service Commission (Uganda)
Public Service Commission. Public Service Commission (PSC) is an independent agency responsible for safeguarding the values of a professional Public Service: competence, non-partisanship and representativeness.
See personal communications services.