The Texas Administrative Code (TAC) is a compilation of all state agency rules in Texas. The Public Utility Commission (PUCT) rules are under Texas Administrative Code, Title 16, Part II.
Chapter 27 - Administrative Rules -
Commission rules for administrative services. This chapter governs the Commission's historically underutilized business program for state purchases, and procedures for negotiation and mediation of
certain contract disputes.
Chapter 22 - Procedural Rules -
Commission rules establishing procedures for practice before the PUCT. This chapter governs the initiation, conduct, and determination of
proceedings required or permitted by law, including proceedings referred to the State Office
of Administrative Hearings.
Chapter 21 - Interconnection Agreements for Telecommunications Service Providers - Commission rules establishing procedures for approving interconnection agreements and resolving open issues pursuant to the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 (FTA) §252.
Statutes - Includes the Commission's current enabling statute, the Public Utility Regulatory Act; and Water Statutes 2017 and the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996.
Recent Rules Changes - This table includes the most recent changes to any of the Commission's rules in Chapters 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28. The Commission's Rule Review Plan is also included.
Proposed Rule Changes - Plain language descriptions in English and Spanish of proposed rule changes, as required by Tex. Gov. Code 2001.023(c)-(d).
PUCT Citation Guide - This publication serves as a reference tool to provide a consistent style for citation forms commonly used at the PUCT.
Public Participation - The PUCT welcomes public participation in its proceedings. Find out how to become either a "full" or "partial" participant.