Nebraska Broadband Bridge Program (NBBP) 2022 Grant Application Period Now Open

The application window for the 2022 NPPB grant period is June 13- through- close of business ( 5 p.m.) July 1. All filings must be submitted electronically. The application and program guide are available on the Nebraska Broadband Bridge Program page.

Reverse Auction/NUSF-131

The pre-application window for the 2022 Reverse Auction NUSF-131 is open through close of business (5 p.m.) July 15. All filings must be received electronically. Eligible areas for bidding can be found on the PSC Mapping website.  Additional information is available on the Reverse Auction NUSF 131 page. 

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Administration

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.

Thomas GoldenThe executive management functions of the Nebraska Public Service Commission are under the leadership of Executive Director Colonel (Ret.) Thomas Golden. A decorated veteran, he began his military career in the U.S. Army in 1989 before joining the Nebraska Army National Guard in 1993. He retired from military service in August 2021. A proven leader, Golden brings a wide range of organizational and operational skills to the Commission. In addition to his extensive military background, he holds Bachelor of Arts Degrees in both English and Education and Masters’ Degrees in English and Military Strategies.

Commission Meetings & Hearings

Access information on Commission Meetings & Hearings through the PSC Calendar

Agendas/Minutes

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Orders

Search for Orders issued by the PSC Here

Rules & Regulations

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Career Opportunities

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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

Not what you need? Click here to visit our Public Information page.

 

Contact Us

Please utilize the email from the Department for which you have business. Emails are monitored during regular business hours
(Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) Emails received after 5 p.m., will be responded to the next business day.

Administration: psc.general@nebraska.gov

Telecommunications/NUSF: psc.communications@nebraska.gov

State 911: psc.state911@nebraska.gov

Transportation: psc.motorfilings@nebraska.gov

Natural Gas: psc.naturalgas@nebraska.gov

Grain: psc.grain@nebraska.gov

Housing/RV: psc.housing-rv@nebraska.gov

Webmaster: psc.webmaster@nebraska.gov

You may also call our offices during regular business hours at 402-471-3101, toll free in Nebraska at 1-800-526-0017
or Fax to 402-471-0254

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