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The General Administration Department houses the executive management functions of the agency including personnel and legal services, economic and accounting resources, public information and administrative support services for the commissioners.

M.HyblMike Hybl was named Executive Director of the Nebraska Public Service Commission in July, 2017. A familiar face, he previously served as the Commission's Executive Director from October 2007-November 2012. A native of Omaha, Hybl has served in a number of public and private sector positions over his career; including numerous legal counsel positions for the Nebraska Unicameral, representation of local telecommunications providers, President of the Nebraska Trucking Association, and as Chief of Staff to United States Senator Deb Fischer.

Hybl received an undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a law degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law. He lives in Lincoln with his wife Chris. They have two grown children.

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Public Records Request

If you wish to make a request for public records, please provide as much information as you can regarding the records you are seeking.

Public Records Requests should be made in writing and can be submitted the following ways:

  • Email to psc.records@nebraska.gov
  • Fax to Nebraska Public Service Commission in care of: Records Officer at 402.471.0254
  • Mail to: Nebraska Public Service Commission
                Records Officer Public Records Request
                300 The Atrium, 1200 N Street
                P.O. Box 94927
                Lincoln, NE 68709-4927

Pursuant to Nebraska Law, written requests for information or photo copies are processed within four business days. If a request is extensive or difficult to process within the four-day period, the Nebraska Public Service Commission will provide a written explanation, a good faith estimated completion date, and an estimated charge for requested records. You will then have an opportunity to modify or prioritize your request.

The Nebraska Public Service Commission can charge a fee for records requested once the research time exceeds four hours. The Commission may require a deposit before a request is fulfilled if the amount of the request exceeds $50.00

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