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Company Overview of United States Small Business Administration
United States Small Business Administration is a government organization that caters to the interests of small businesses and families. It helps individuals and enterprises in recovery from national disasters and offers consulting and protection services. The organization assists in national economic development and provides financial support. In addition, it facilitates legal assistance; online courses and counseling; as well as workshops and training programs. The organization works through a network of regional offices across the U.S. United States Small Business Administration was founded in 1953 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia.
409 3rd Street SW
Washington, DC 20416
Founded in 1953
Key Executives for United States Small Business Administration
President, Chief Executive Officer and Member of Region I Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board
Chief Financial Officer and Associate Administrator of Performance Management
Chief Executive Officer of the Association of Small Business Development Centers and President of the Association of Small Business Development Centers
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
United States Small Business Administration Key Developments
United States Small Business Administration Appoints Earl L. Gay as National Ombudsman and Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Enforcement Fairness
Oct 9 15
United States Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that Earl L. Gay will serve as SBA’s National Ombudsman and Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Enforcement Fairness. In Gay's new role, he will oversee an office created by Congress that is responsible for the reporting and review of Federal regulatory actions that impact small business. He will also serve as a liaison between federal agencies and those small businesses facing regulatory and compliance issues. Additionally, he will lead regional roundtables and public hearings and manage a national network of 10 regional regulatory fairness boards charged with advising SBA on federal regulations unduly burdening small businesses. Gay previously served as Senior Advisor to the Director of the Office of Personnel Management.
Small Business Administration Names Jon 'Malcolm' Richards as the New District Director for its Kansas City District Office
Sep 29 15
The Small Business Administration has named Jon 'Malcolm' Richards as the new district director for its Kansas City District Office. The position has been vacant since Roderick Cox retired in June 2014. The Kansas City office's acting director was Leon Milobar, who also is district director for Nebraska. Richards takes over an office with a growing loan portfolio. Richards has been with the SBA since 2009. He previously was acting deputy district director of the SBA's New York District Office and also was a branch office director for the Buffalo office. Before that, he worked in banking, overseeing small business and commercial lending, investments and strategic planning.
U.S. Small Business Administration and the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders Launch 'Business Smart Toolkit' to Elevate Entrepreneurship in Underserved Communities
Sep 3 15
U.S. Small Business Administration and the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders announced the release of the Business Smart Toolkit, a ready-to-use workshop toolkit that equips faith-based and community organizations to help new and aspiring entrepreneurs launch and build businesses that are credit ready. The toolkit is designed to "train-the-trainer", such as trusted community leaders, who have the ability and the desire to educate new and potential business owners through a series of workshops in collaboration with the SBA's field offices and NAGGL members. The toolkit is intended to educate and enable small business owners - from those looking to open their first small business, to established business owners hoping to expand and grow. It contains a variety of small business and financial literacy topics that include business start-up basics, the essentials of becoming credit-ready, and resources for small business education and support.
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