File Open Access Transmission Tariffs

The Commission in Order No. 890-A, issued December 28, 2007, and published in the Federal Register on January 16, 2008, adopted further reforms to the pro forma Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT) which requires transmission providers to submit additional OATT compliance filings to reflect such reforms. Please visit our OATT Reform - Summary of Compliance Filing Requirements section to learn more on the submission deadlines.

The compliance filings must be submitted using the Commission's electronic filing system utilizing the eTariff format. On the Electric menu, select the filing type "eTariff".

The Commission’s electronic filing system can be accessed on its web site under Documents and Filing section. Note: An eRegister account is required for all persons logging in to the system and for persons who will be listed as a primary contact or person responsible for the filing.
 

File in Hardcopy or Digital

All official communication to FERC on a specific case or proceeding must be filed using eFiling, mail or delivery services.
When filing documents related to existing proceedings and cases, you should include the docket number in your filing.
Send all paper or non-electronic official communications by mail or overnight services to:

Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary
Nathaniel J. Davis, Sr., Deputy Secretary

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
888 First Street, N.E.
Washington, DC 20426

File a Request to Correct Information

Information Quality Guidelines (IQGs) for Information Maintained or Disseminated by FERC
On October 1, 2002, FERC issued its IQGs to ensure and maximize the quality, objectivity, utility, and integrity of information it disseminates. The guidelines* and process for public requests for correction of information maintained and disseminated by FERC applies to information not already subject to adjudicative and rulemaking processes. The guidelines describe the program and the information covered, and give detailed instruction on how to file a request for a correction.

* Please note, OMB M-19-15  is in effect and the Agency is in the process of updating its guidelines.

File a Request for No-Action Letter

On November 18, 2005 , the Commission issued an "Interpretive Order Regarding No-Action Letter Process" in Docket PL06-4-000, detailing the No-Action Letter submission process. The Commission provided clarification on the process in its "Interpretive Order Modifying No-Action Letter Process" in Docket PL06-4-001.

Please use the following guidelines when filing Request for No-Action Letters:

This page was last updated on August 06, 2020