COVID-19 relief options and additional resources

Whether you have one employee or 50, setting up a payroll system not only streamlines your ability to stay on top of your legal and regulatory responsibilities as an employer, but it can also save you time and help protect you from incurring costly Internal Revenue Service (IRS) penalties.

Here are 10 steps to help you set up a payroll system for your small business.

The purpose of this form is to provide certified HUBZone Small Business Concerns with the means to voluntarily decertify from the HUBZone Program should they wish to do so.

Compliance Contacts

Contact the following individual(s) to get more information on complying with USAID regulations:

Jean Horton
OAA Ombudsman
Office of Acquisitions and Assistance (M/OAA)
Phone: 202-567-4624
TTY/TTD: 800-877-8339

Compliance Resources

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

The following links will provide you with basic information on how to export.
Free online export training for business professionals and students regardless of their location, resources or schedule.

Trade Port
TradePort is designed to be an easy-to-use tool offering one place to go for comprehensive trade information, trade leads, and company databases. Their Trade Expert will walk you through the export process.

The attached file outlines the current SBA organizational chart.

See attachments below for performance management files.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ngozi Bell is the new Office of Advocacy, Regional Advocate for the federal government’s Region III, covering Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. She will be the direct link between small business owners, state and local government agencies, state legislators, small business associations, and the Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

WASHINGTON, DC— Today Winslow Sargeant, SBA’s Chief Counsel for Advocacy called for a repeal of the burdensome expanded Form 1099 reporting requirement for small business. Testifying before the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee, Sargeant endorsed the recently introduced “Small Business Paperwork Relief Act” and commended Senators Baucus and Landrieu for its introduction. The hearing focused on reducing the regulatory and administrative burdens on America’s small businesses.

To request a copy of the archived documents listed below, please visit our archive site or contact the Office of Inspector General via email at

  • Helio Capital, Inc. 12/18/92

  • Greater Philadelphia Ventures 12/14/92

  • North Riverside Capital Corp. 10/5/92

  • Interequity Capital Corp. 9/30/92

  • Valley Capital Corporation 9/24/92

  • Esquire Capital Corporation 9/21/92

  • Quantum Capital Partners, Ltd. 9/17/92

  • Venture Opportunities Corp. 8/24/92

  • AMT Capital, Ltd. 8/24/92

  • First City, Texas Ventures 8/10/92

  • FJC Growth Capital Corporation 8/7/92

  • User Fees & Sale of SBIC Debentures 7/30/92

  • BT Capital Corporation 7/1/92

  • Flushing Capital Corporation 6/16/92

  • Rutgers Minority Investment Company 6/12/92

  • San Joaquin Business Investment Group, Inc. 5/12/92

  • Pioneer Ventures, L.P. 4/28/92

  • International Paper Capital Formation, Inc. 4/1/92

  • Monarch-Naragansett Ventures, Inc. 3/27/92

  • FBS Small Business Investment Co. 3/3/92

  • Chicago Community Ventures, Inc. 2/18/92

  • J & D Capital Corporation 1/22/92

  • Formosa Capital 1/17/92

  • Rand SBIC, Inc.1/14/92

  • Hickory Venture Capital Corporation 1/13/92

  • East Coast Venture Capital, Inc. 1/6/92

  • Bentley Capital 12/6/91

  • UNCO Ventures, Inc. 12/5/91

  • Jiffy Lube Capital Corporation 11/5/91

  • South Texas SBIC 10/23/91

  • Regulations for Section 301(d) Licensees 6/13/90

To request a copy of the archived documents listed below, please contact the Office of Advocacy via email at

  • May 2008 – The HUBZone Program Report, submitted by Henry Beale, Microeconomic Applications, Inc.

  • May 2007 – Impact of A-76 Competitive Sourcing on Small Government Vendors, FY 2001 – FY 2006 -submitted by Eagle Eye Publishers, Inc. & Jack Faucett Associates, Inc.


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