FAIR Act Report - Securities and Exchange Commission

* Activity codes are defined in OMB guidance. The SEC indicated that all the positions below are "currently performed by in-house federal employees and are in the process of being cost compared or converted directly to contract or interservice support agreement performance."
Activity Number of Jobs Location
T999 17 Office of Investor Education and Assistance, Washington, DC
S702 28 Comptroller, Alexandria, VA
W824, W825, W826, W827, W999, S702 80 Office of Information Technology, Alexandria, VA
T999 125 Office of Filings & Information Services, Alexandria, VA
T820, T809, T806, T819, S716, S731 57 Office of Administrative & Personnel Management, Facilities and Publishing, Washington/Alexandria
T999, S702 31 Office of Administrative & Personnel Management, Personnel, Washington/Alexandria
S702 7 Office of Administrative & Personnel Management, Procurement, Alexandria
T999 14 Office of Administrative & Personnel Management, Procurement, Alexandria
T820, T999 330 Agency-wide clerical/support positions*, Washington/Alexandria
Total: 689

*In all offices and divisions (agency-wide), SEC has a variety of clerical/support positions including clerks, assistants, research assistants, program support specialists, secretaries, paralegals and computer assistants.

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