On March 11, The Washington Post
reported that Venable partners Glenn Ivey and Claude Bailey
will lead "blue ribbon panels" to examine Pepco's reliability problems. The panels will consist of a series of public meetings in Prince George's County and the District, and will also coordinate with the company's current review group in Montgomery County.
The article reported that the formation of these panels follows a recent report to the Maryland Public Service Commission that criticized Pepco's five-year plan to address reliability problems.