Giving small business owners a voice early in the legislative process is key to reducing the negative impact of regulations on small businesses, increasing the level of regulatory compliance, and passing on cost savings to state economies. SBA’s Office of Advocacy was established in 1976 to effectively represent the 25 million small business owners in America during federal legislative and rule-making processes, and to reduce the burdens that federal policies impose on small firms.</p>
Whether you are a business owner, a policy maker, or simply interested in small business, the <a href="/advocacy/">Office of Advocacy</a> provides information to about the small business economy, regulatory policies and current issues.<br />
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U.S. Small Business Administration, 409 3rd St, SW. Washington DC 20416.