The SBA issued a proposal to modify two of the methods the organization uses to qualify which businesses classify as small businesses for government contracts and SBA loan and investment programs.
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On September 9, the House Small Business Committee approved $25 billion in small-business aid over the next decade in its portion of the $3.5 trillion tax and spending legislation.
The SBA announced that the federal government exceeded its small business contracting goal. For FY20, small businesses received $145.7 billion in federal contract dollars, a $13 billion increase from the previous year.
The SBA announced yesterday that the PPP has run out of money, weeks ahead of its expiration date at the end of May, underscoring the ongoing need for the program.
The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program was supposed to begin accepting applications on April 8, but has been stalled due to technical glitches. The SBA announced the application portal reopened on Saturday, April 24.
On Wednesday, March 24, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced a series of reforms to the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.
Problem: The considerable free rein federal agencies have over how to interpret and enforce laws passed by Congress is too...
Last week, the House passed two small-business bills which will expand mentorship programs and help protect intellectual property for America’s small firms.
Reps. Rod Blum (R-Iowa) and Stephanie Murphy (D-Fl.) plan to introduce legislation for a White House Conference on Small Business, which has been a top priority for NSBA.
On Feb. 20, the SBA announced it will launch an 18-state road tour promoting the SBIR and STTR programs to support small businesses focusing on high-impact research.