Information Access: Improving Securities and Exchange Commission's Public Reference Room Operations

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U.S. G.A.O., 1989 - 19 pages
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Page 16 - Subject to the provisions of section 321? the information and documents contained in or filed with any application shall be made available to the public under such regulations as the Commission may prescribe, and copies thereof, photostatic or otherwise, shall be furnished to every applicant therefor at such reasonable charge as the Commission may prescribe.
Page 2 - SBC staff to fill users' microfiche requests led to delays in obtaining these materials and more difficulty in doing research. SBC'S microfiche contractor received copies of certain time-sensitive documents before regular users received them in the reference room. This gave the contractor an unfair advantage over regular users, who compete with the contractor in selling information from these documents.
Page 2 - February 1989. We did our review in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards.
Page 1 - As agreed with the Subcommittee, our objectives were to (1) identify the...
Page 1 - SEC eliminated public access to the microfiche files maintained in its reference room.

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