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U.S. Small Business Administration

Guaranteed 4.120% Debenture

Participation Certificates, Series SBIC 2004-10 A

Evidencing Fractional Undivided Interests in a Pool of 4.120% Debentures Due March 1, 2014 Issued by

Small Business Investment Companies

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Great American Insurance Company
11353 Reed Hartman Highway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Contact: Robert Daniels, Sr. Surety Underwriter
Phone: (513) 369-5993
Fax: (513) 419-2093

Compliance Contacts

Contact the following individual(s) to get more information on complying with National Archives and Records Administration regulations:

Allen Edgar
Director of Acquisition Services
Phone: 301-837-3100
TTY/TTD: 301-837-0482

Compliance Resources

The following agencies and offices provide compliance resources for small businesses:

The May 2007 issue of The Small Business Advocate spotlights the conference, “Building a Better Small Business Climate: State Regulatory Flexibility Best Practices,” which took place on March 28 in Kansas City, Missouri. To view the entire newsletter, click the PDF attachment below

Immigrant Founded Firms Similar To Other High-Impact, High-Tech Firms

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sixteen percent of high-impact, high-tech firms have at least one immigrant founder, according to a study released today by the Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Although these firms are concentrated in states with large immigrant populations, in most other respects they resemble high-impact, high-tech firms founded by native-born entrepreneurs.

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Note: There are several file types offered on SBA's web site. In some cases, the data is best displayed in its native format, e.g., PowerPoint, Word, Excel, or PDF. To avoid requiring you to purchase expensive suites of software, we present various viewers or readers that are found free on the internet and offered here for download. Advanced users can download the viewers/readers directly from here. If you are not sure or want more information, we provide links to the parent sites for reading and/or downloading.

To: Eric R. Zamikow
Associate Administrator, Office of Capital Access
/s/ Original Signed

From: Debra S. Ritt
Assistant Inspector General for Auditing

Subject: Notice of Finding and Recommendation on Material Origination and Closing Deficiencies Identified in SBA and Lender-Approved Recovery Act Loans ROM-10-12

This page lists surety companies and agents who participate in the SBA's Surety Guarantee program.


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