(WUSA9) -- There's high drama over one of the highest-interest IPOs right now. The feeling now is that the government shutdown won't stop social media giant Twitter from revealing its documents this week to go public later this year.
Twitter already submitted its filing to the Securities and Exchange commission for an upcoming public offering. The company is expected to make the documents public this week.
SEC officials have to review any new IPO-related paperwork, but that won't be a problem as long as Twitter files the documents in the next few weeks.
Hundreds of thousands of government workers have already been furloughed. Unlike other agencies the SEC is allowed to keep its doors open and employees on the job for the time being.