The release marks the complete conversion of BEA's industry series from the Standard Industrial Classification system to NAICS.
What does SICS stand for?
SICS stands for Standard Industrial Classification System
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of SICS
We have 32 other meanings of SICS in our Acronym Attic
- ShangHai International Conference on Radiation Oncology
- Safety Injection Control System
- School of Information and Computing Sciences
- Sensor Interaction Compensation Scheme
- Ship Installed Chemical System
- Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences
- Sistema de Informação e Conhecimento do Senac
- Sitting in Chair Snickering
- Southern Inland and Coastal System
- Special Issue on Computer Security
- Subaru Impreza Club des Savoie (French car club)
- Swedish Institute of Computer Science
- Swedish International Chess Server
- Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture
- Single Cell Sampling and Analysis (botany)
- Sistemas Inteligentes Creativos SA
- Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals
- Survivors Investigating Child Sex Abuse (lobby group; Tasmania, Australia)
- Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Anti-Semitism
- Scottish Intensive Care Society Audit Group (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
As you may recall, the United States Census Bureau uses the Standard Industrial Classification system.
It had 14 groups designed to conform to the Standard Industrial Classification system used by Statistics Canada, and contained 43 sub-groups.
To minimize these compliance burden, TEI recommended the adoption of a safe harbor under which an exchange of businesses within the same four-digit Industry Number of the Standard Industrial Classification System would not be subject to the multiple-asset exchange rules.
Taxpayers had to allocate income into specified product categories that are based on a two-digit Standard Industrial Classification System (SIC), and then match the related research expenses with that income.
To minimize these compliance burdens, TEI recommends the adoption of a safe harbor under which an exchange of businesses within the same four-digit Industry Number of the Standard Industrial Classification System would not be subject to the multiple-asset exchange rules.
The 1997 Economic Census marks the premiere of the North American Industry Classification System, a new business classification system that replaces the Standard Industrial Classification system begun 60 years ago.