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SIC Codes used for Assigning Filings-Review Responsibility to the FROs – SIC [SEC] Codes

See U.S. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) for all SIC [1987] Division, Major Group, Industry Group & Industry Codes.
Office    Title    Show all 444 SIC [SEC] CodesSource:  The SEC’s SIC Code List Registrants
(Past Year) 
In ascending order 
 OCA    Office of Crypto Assets296    109    
 OE&T    Office of Energy & Transportation6,364    1,186    
 OF    Office of Finance6,550    1,040    
 OFOCA    Office of Finance or Office of Crypto Assets493    188    
 OIA&S    Office of Industrial Applications & Services4,551    956    
 OICF    Office of International Corporate Finance1,082    87    
 OLS    Office of Life Sciences2,582    1,211    
SIC CodeDivisionMajor Group, Industry Group or IndustryRegistrantsActive 
In ascending order(Total)†(Past Year) 
   2833   Medicinal Chemicals and Botanical Products206 78 
   2834   Pharmaceutical Preparations1,941 837 
   2835   In Vitro and In Vivo Diagnostic Substances206 31 
   2836   Biological Products, Except Diagnostic Substances512 265 


List all Registrants reviewed by the Office of Life Sciences
   The Registrants (Total) column sum is greater than the (Distinct) count due to SIC Code reassignments.
 OM    Office of Manufacturing9,608    1,273    
 ORE&C    Office of Real Estate & Construction8,051    1,561    
 OSF    Office of Structured Finance12,231    1,146    
 OT    Office of Technology6,931    1,260    
 OT&S    Office of Trade & Services9,304    1,699    

The SEC Division of Corporation Finance’s Filings-Review Offices

The SEC uses a modified subset of the SIC [1987] Industry Codes as its standard.  The Industry Codes subset that the SEC uses has only 430 (29%) of the 1,504 official SIC [1987] 4-digit Industry Codes, plus 14 unique SEC-specific Codes, so it is identified herein as “SIC [SEC]”.  The SIC [SEC] Code that appears in a company’s disseminated EDGAR Filings indicates the basic type of business the company is in.  The Code is used by the SEC Filings-Review Offices as a basis for assigning review responsibility for a company’s Filings.  (For details, see the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance:  Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code List.)


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