File applications with state and federal regulatory agencies.
What does a Tariff Publishing Agent do?
Files applications with state and federal regulatory agencies, on behalf of certificated carrier or public utility and under power of attorney, to establish schedule of rates and charges: Receives rates compiled by clerical personnel. Analyzes and arranges tariff to cover one or more carrier or utility and receives power of attorney for any new coverage. Files with federal and state commissions new or revised tariff with new power of attorney. May participate in federal tariff proceedings. May assist attorneys preparing transportation or utility documents.