Minority Business Problems: Hearing Before the Select Committee on Small Business, United State Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session ... Atlanta, Ga., February 14, 1978
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978 - Minority business enterprises - 53 pages
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Page 5 - ... purchases, and demonstrate the potential for successful business development. Program participants receive a wide variety of services from SBA including management and technical assistance, loans, and Federal contracts. Under 8(a) program authority, SBA contracts with Federal Government entities to provide goods and services and, in turn, subcontracts the performance of these contracts to 8(a) program participants. Information regarding the program and 8(a) program applications are provided by...
Page 31 - I'm always more dedicated to working harder on passing these reforms. Thank you. Mr. SHAYS. Let me again thank all of you for being here. What I would like to do, it may seem a little redundant, but I want to ask the question this way: What was the most surprising — you have some choice here. What was the most surprising thing you heard from the first panel or the second panel? What was the statements that were made in either the first or second panel that...