The Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) Manual, prepared by the Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget, provides the standardized codes used by the U.
government's standard industrial classification
3) For a detailed presentation of the 1987 SIC revisions, see Standard Industrial Classification
Manual, 1987, Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget (Washington, DC: U.
Simple menu-based selections allow searches to be conducted rapidly for a quick look-up or more complex searches with many criteria, including Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) codes, company location, employee and revenue ranges, public versus private ownership, S&P 500, MidCap 400, and Business Week 1,000 indicators, and many more.
The structure was modified to conform to the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification
By contrast, subparagraph (3) of the regulation narrowly defines a Product Class as the five-digit Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) code published by the Bureau of the Census.
A foundry is included in these reporting requirements if it is included in the Standard Industrial Classification
Codes 20 through 39.
These additions have increased the utility of DIALOG OnDisc Corporate America, which now has 20 searchable fields including the Company Name, Geographic Location, Primary and Secondary eight-digit Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) code(s), Annual Sales, Number of Employees, City Population, and the Newest Added Companies--to name just a few.
An employer's reference to the Enterprise Standard Industrial Classification
(ESIC) Manual prepared by the Statistical Policy Division of the U.
The Census value-added-weighted production indexes are used at the four-digit Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) level, yielding measures of change in industry output from 1977 to 1982.
If you are not yet into using Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) Codes to classify your customers and identify prospects, you should be.