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SBA is committed to helping small businesses in the US succeed. As such, several programs and laws have been sponsored that directly affect small business owners. Here, you can learn more about how legislation such as the Small Business Jobs Act and SBA initiatives such as the Emerging 200 program can help you and your business succeed.
This training initiative focuses on businesses poised for growth in historically challenged, urban areas.
SBA is investing in regional clusters throughout the United States that span a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing, agriculture and advanced defense technologies.
The mission of SBA's Office of Business Development (BD) is to administer the section 8(a) program, which offers business development assistance to eligible small government contractors.
The Small Business Teaming Pilot Program, managed by SBA’s Office of Government Contracting, is designed to enhance small businesses' ability to compete for federal contracting opportunities.
The Small Business Jobs Act aims to provide critical resources to help small businesses continue to drive economic recovery and create jobs.
The Startup America initiative aims to bring together innovative entrepreneurs, corporations, universities, foundations, and others to increase the prevalence and success of America’s entrepreneurs.
The CUC provides SBA with input, advice and recommendations on strategies to help strengthen competiveness and sustainability for small businesses in underserved communities.
Intermediary Lending Pilot Program is a three-year pilot program that provides direct loans to eligible non-profit intermediaries for the purpose of making small business loans of up to $200,000.
The DFP Pilot gives SBA the ability to issue 7(a) loan guaranties to revolving lines of credit provided to retail dealers of titleable inventory.
Find out what SBA is doing to make the agency more environmentally sustainable.
Saturday, November 30, 2013 is Small Business Saturday® – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities.
SBA and Yelp are partnering to provide America’s small businesses with the information they need to successfully engage with online reviewers and tips for monitoring their online reputation.