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System of Records Notices

July 9, 2018

System of Records Notices (SORN)

The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a) requires each Federal agency to publish a notice in the Federal Register of each system of records that it maintains. A system of records is any grouping of information about an individual under the control of a Federal agency from which it retrieves information by the name, social security number, or some other personal identifier. The system of records notice (SORN) describes the personal information that we receive, why we receive it, how we use it, and why and how we may share it.

The SEC has established the following Privacy Act Systems of Records and published notices in the Federal Register.

Rescinded SORNs

The following SORNs have been rescinded:

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