EDGAR Electronic Data Gathering Analysis and Retrieval
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The definition of EDGAR Electronic Data Gathering Analysis and Retrieval is:

An electronic system developed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that is used by companies to file documents required by the SEC for securities offerings and ongoing disclosure. EDGAR information is available to consumers on the Internet at www.sec.gov, usually within 24 hours after filing by a company. EDGAR information is also available in the SECís public reference room by calling (202) 942-8090 or sending a fax to (202) 628-9001 or an e-mail to publicreference@sec.gov.

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