SEC 2019 Budget Request Seeks to Restore Cuts from Previous Years

The hiring freeze for the SEC will be over if the Trump Administration and Congress approve the agencys $1.658 billion budget request for fiscal year 2019. The request represents a 3.5 percent increase over FY 2018 budget of $1.602 billion and would restore 100 positions and 50 full-time equivalents that were lost since approximately FY 2016, after which the budget remained "essentially flat," according to the agency.
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