- Participation by SEC members and staff in external meetings serves the public interests since it allows the staff to present and/or clarify the SEC's position on matters that affect its work, to foster a clear understanding of applicable laws, and to provide the agency with an understanding of industry practices or conditions.
Title 31 U.S.C. 1353 grants the SEC authority to accept non-federal source travel reimbursement for attendance to meetings or similar functions.
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