On April 19, 2012, the SEC began to republish through the EDGAR system its orders revoking a company’s Exchange Act registration pursuant to Exchange Act Section 12(j) and SEC stop orders pursuant to Securities Act Section 8. Previously, such orders were posted on the SEC web site, but they were not part of the EDGAR database. The SEC began republishing most recently issued orders first going back to orders “STOP ORDER,” in the company’s filing history. In addition, when the SEC republishes its order revoking Exchange Act registration on EDGAR, it will also modify the company information at the top of a company’s EDGAR search results to include the phrase “This company’s Exchange Act registration has been revoked.” As a result of this change, information about the status of the company’s Exchange Act registration or existence of stop orders suspending the effectiveness of a Securities Act registration statement will be much more transparent and easier to search.