A recent article by Chairman Ruth Goldway of the Postal Regulatory Commission in Federal Times discusses a program that helps articulate the interests of the general public in agency proceedings. Chairman Goldway believes this type of program could be useful in helping agencies become more responsive to the public and stakeholders and improving the written record upon which the agency relies in its decision-making. The article is available at the following link.
If you would like to know more or have any questions about the Public Representative Program, please contact Attorney Administrator Tracy Ferguson at Tracy.Ferguson@prc.gov or 202.789.6844
This is a guest post authored by Michael Ravnitzky, an ACUS Government Member from the Postal Regulatory Commission. This post does not necessarily represent the views of the Administrative Conference or its members.