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SECSecurities & Exchange Commission (US government)
SECSecurities and Exchange Commission (authority in the Philippines)
SECSpace Environment Center (NOAA)
SECSoutheastern Conference
SECSurveys of Enacted Curriculum
SECSun-Earth Connection (NASA)
SECSoftware Engineering Center
SECSize Exclusion Chromatography
SECSecant (trigonometry)
SECSaudi Electricity Company
SECSouth East Corner
SECSecondary Containment
SECSocio-Economic Classification
SECSecaucus, New Jersey (New Jersey transit)
SECSingapore Environment Council
SECSamsung Electronics Corporation
SECSecretaría de Educación y Cultura (México)
SECSouth Equatorial Current
SECSingle Edge Contact (Intel)
SECStandard Entry Class
SECSustainable Energy Coalition (Takoma Park, MD)
SECSet Carry (6502 processor instruction)
SECSecretary's Department (International Monetary Fund)
SECSecure Electronic Commerce
SECSection Executive Committee
SECSoutheastern College (Pasay City, Philippines)
SECSoutheastern College
SECSingle Error Correction
SECSaudi Electric Company
SECSoftware Enabled Control
SECSonoma Ecology Center
SECState Elections Commission (Puerto Rican government agency)
SECSecondary Average (baseball statistic; determines how far on the bases a runner gets)
SECSpecial Education Consultant
SECSociedad Española de Contracepción (Spanish: Spanish Society for Contraception)
SECSpoken English Corpus
SECSecans (trigonometry)
SECState Engineering Corporation (Pakistan government)
SECStaphylococcal Enterotoxin C
SECSenior Executive Council (US DoD)
SECSDH Equipment Clock
SECSeminole Electric Cooperative, Inc.
SECSeries Elastic Component (anatomy)
SECSustainable Energy Communities
SECSpecialist Engineering Contractors Group
SECSingle Edge Cartridge
SECSociété des Employés de Commerce (French: Society of Commercial Employees; Switzerland)
SECSociety for Economic Botany
SECSociété d'Entomologie du Canada
SECSocial Economy Centre
SECSpecial Education Consortium
SECSecondary Electron Conduction
SECSistema Europeo di Conti
SECSource Evaluation Committee
SECScalable Enterprise Computing (Dell)
SECSoftware Evaluation Criteria (informatics, avionics)
SECSpoiler Elevator Computer (Airbus)
SECSpatial Error Concealment
SECSubmarine Element Coordinator
SECShanghai Education Commission
SECSalvo Errore Calculi (Latin: after extensive calculations)
SECSupport Equipment Change
SECScientific Ethics Committee (UNESCO)
SECSynchronous Equipment Clock
SECShelf Edge Current
SECSwitching Equipment Congestion signal (CCS #7/ITU-T)
SECScientific Estimates Committee
SECScintillator Electromagnetic Calorimeter
SECSubject Electoral Commission (Russian Federation)
SECSupreme Eiye Confraternity
SECShanghai Economic Commission
SECSouthern Episcopal Church
SECSchool Energy Coalition (Canada)
SECService Evaluation Center
SECSONET/SDH Equipment Clock
SECSelf Evident Correction
SECSociété d'Études Camerounaises (French)
SECSydney Education Centre (Australia)
SECSpecial Support Equipment Change
SECStrategic Excellence Projects
SECSystems Engineering Council
SECService Etrangers et Confédérés (French: Foreign and Confederate Service; Switzerland)
SECSequential Events Controller (US NASA)
SECSpinal Extremity Correction (treatment)
SECSun Energy Corporation (El Salvador)
SECSingle End Cane (physical therapy)
SECSearch Engine College (Australia)
SECSiemens Enterprise Communications (Siemens AG; Germany)
SECSports and Entertainment Commission (various locations)
SECSocial and Economic Council (various locations)
SECStudent Employment Center (various schools)
SECSpiritual Enrichment Conference (Heritage Christian University)
SECStudent Environment Centre (Canada)
SECSoftware Engineering Conference (various locations)
SECSoftware Engineering Company
SECScottish Episcopal Church (UK)
SECShanghai Exhibition Center (China)
SECSydney Entertainment Centre (Sydney, Australia)
SECSpecial Education Committee
SECSpecial Events Committee (various organizations)
SECScientific and Engineering Computing
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That may be the case in a number of circumstances, including: a) when the corporation and/or employees with knowledge of the investigation intend to buy or sell company stock; b) when the fact of the investigation becomes broadly known to third parties as a result of the SEC subpoenas; and c) when the existence of the investigation makes any previous company disclosures materially misleading.
SEC investigations routinely involve a determination of the role that corporate officials played in any corporate securities violations.
You would be surprised at how many companies communicate with the SEC in a haphazard manner.
Every culture has etiquette and procedures, and the SEC is no exception.