The Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia (PSC) has released its first-ever web-based application, "PSC on the Go," which makes information more easily accessible to District consumers, while making PSC a more open and transparent agency.
The free app, which is currently available to Android and Apple mobile device users, provides direct access to information that includes PSC operations, customer choice of utilities, low income discount programs, and Pepco outage maps.
"The PSC is proud to be one of the first public utility commissions in the country to provide a mobile app to consumers," said Chairman, Betty Ann Kane. "With a single tap of the finger, District residents will have faster and easier access to information that impacts their daily lives."
The new app fulfills Mayor Vincent Gray's key goal of connecting District residents with the District government through social networking sites.
"PSC on the Go" mobile app will provide smartphone and tablet users the ability to:
• Contact the PSC about an issue or concern
• Listen to audio recordings of hearings and public meetings
• Access documents and orders from formal cases
• Share documents through social media, text and email
For more information, please contact the Commission at 202-626-5100 or visit the Commission's website at www.dcpsc.org.