Sequestration Cuts $92 Million From the SBA's BudgetBy
When outgoing Small Business Administration chief Karen Mills briefed reporters last month, she said “the sequester is just terrible for small business.” How terrible it will be remains an open question. Small businesses that make their bread by contracting to government agencies are going to be hurt, though the extent of the damage won’t be known until agencies get more specific about which programs are losing funding.
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