According to a report on Bloomberg today, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been subpoenaed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission requesting a deposition regarding the company’s recent backdating issues. The story says that two people familiar with the case commented. “The subpoena isn’t part of an SEC investigation, one of the people said. It seeks Jobs’s testimony in the SEC’s lawsuit against Nancy Heinen, who was sued April 24 for allegedly backdating stock-option grants to Jobs and members of his executive team, said the people, who requested anonymity because deposition subpoenas aren’t made public,” notes Bloomberg.