|Indiana Utility Regulation Commissioner|
|December 2002 - January 2014|
|Elections and appointments|
|Appointed||December 17, 2002|
|Appointed by||Gov. Frank O'Bannon|
Before his appointment to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, Landis spent 30 years in the private sector. Since then he has also served on the Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service, the Federal-State Joint Conference on Advanced Telecommunications Services, is a member of the Federal-State Joint Board on Jurisdictional Separations, and an at-large member of the NARUC Board of Directors.
Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (2002-2014)
Landis assumed the role of state regulatory commissioner in December 2002. He was initially appointed by former Gov. O'Bannon and was kept on for two successive terms by governors Joe Kernan and Mitch Daniels. Landis also served under Daniels' successor, Gov. Mike Pence, for one year, before he decided to retire from the commission, effective January 2014. Landis' retirement part way through his third term created an unscheduled vacancy on the commission which Pence must fill by appointment.
2002, 2006, 2012
Landis and his wife, Carol, have a son and three grandchildren.
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