Learn more about Maria Contreras-Sweet, Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
SBA's Deputy Administrator is responsible for managing the agency and developing its programs.
Learn about SBA leaders and their commitment to help Americans start and grow businesses.
Find out how you can join the team at SBA, an agency that serves America’s small business owners.
To bring small businesses the support they need, SBA is divided into several key functional areas.
To further the mission of helping small businesses succeed, SBA has established offices across the country.
These offices offer business development services and training to help small business start and grow.
These offices offer counseling and financial help to those who are rebuilding their homes and businesses.
Press releases provide up-to-date information on SBA programs, services and financial assistance. Media Advisories are sent out to inform the media/public about an upcoming event.
Find contact information for SBA's public affairs team.
Learn how SBA plans to achieve its mission and help small business owners succeed.
Find out what SBA is investing in to help small business owners and how the agency is performing.
Find out how SBA is becoming more transparent, participatory and collaborative through Open Government.
Get information about SBA's Standard Operating Procedures, laws, regulations and public notices.
The Office of Inspector General provides independent oversight to improve the accountability of SBA.
Advocacy is the independent voice for small business in the federal government.
Hearings and Appeals provides an independent, quasi-judicial appeal of certain SBA program decisions.
The Ombudsman assists small businesses that experience unfair federal regulatory enforcement actions.
Immigrants are twice as likely to start a business, they’re twice as likely to file a patent.
The Startup in a Day initiative aims to make it easier for entrepreneurs to start a business by reducing the amount of time it takes to register and apply for permits and licenses on the local level.
The SBA’s new ScaleUp America Initiative is designed to help small firms with high potential “scale up” and grow their businesses so that they will provide more jobs and have a greater economic...
The LGBT inclusion and outreach initiative aims to bring focus on economic empowerment in the LGBT business community providing access to SBA programs and services.
SupplierPay is a new partnership with the private sector to strengthen small businesses by increasing their working capital, so they can grow their businesses and hire more workers.
Saturday, November 28, 2015 is Small Business Saturday® – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities. Please join the SBA and organizations across the...
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.
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.
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.
Find out what SBA is doing to make the agency more environmentally sustainable.
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