About the Committee of Consumer Services

The Committee of Consumer Services is a five-member layperson board within the OCS. Its purpose is to advise the OCS and to help establish policy objectives for the OCS. Committee members are appointed by the Governor to four-year terms. Utah law requires that Committee members represent certain segments of the population and have relevant professional and technical expertise.

Committee Meetings and Documents

All of the meetings of the Committee of Consumer Services are open to the public. The Committee typically schedules 4-6 meetings per year. Meeting information can be found at the Utah Public Meetings Notice website linked below. Agenda topics include major regulatory cases, policy as well as briefings and discussions of relevant energy and telecommunications issues. If you have an issue or topic that you'd like to have addressed at an upcoming Committee meeting, please contact OCS staff to discuss further.

Access the Committee of Consumer Services’ Meeting Records