Miscellaneous Small Business Legislation: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Small Business of the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-Fourth Congress, First Session ... July 21, 22, and 23, 1975

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Page 147 - (1) serve as a focal point for the receipt of complaints, criticisms, and suggestions concerning the policies and activities of the Administration and any other Federal agency which affects small businesses; "(2) counsel small businesses on how to resolve questions and problems concerning the relationship of the small
Page 147 - of the Small Business Act and communicate such proposals to the appropriate Federal agencies; "(•1) represent the views and interests of small businesses before other Federal agencies whose pol.icies and activities may affect small
Page 54 - Director at the rate provided for GS-18 of the Gen8 eral Schedule under section 5332 of title 5, United States 9 Code, and such additional staff personnel as is deemed 10 necessary, without regard to the provisions of title 5, 11 United States Code, governing appointments in the com12 petitive service, and
Page 54 - petitive service, and without regard to chapter 51, and 13 subchapter III of chapter 53 of such title relating to 14 classification and General Schedule pay rates but at rates 15 not in excess of the lowest rate for GS-15 of the General
Page 229 - Figures based on large chain, mail order and department stores, insurance companies, banks and other commercial businesses. TABLE III.-TOTAL EXPENDITURES FOR AIR AND WATER POLLUTION CONTROL [Dollar amounts in millions] 1 Figures based on large chain, mail order and department stores, insurance companies, banks and other commercial businesses.
Page 20 - would be increased. S. 648 also contains an amendment to Section 7(a)(4)(C) of The Small Business Act which reads as follows: "(C) No such loans including renewals and extensions thereof may be made for a period exceeding ten years except that such portion of a loan made for the purpose of acquiring real property and construction of facilities may have a maturity of 20 years plus such additional period
Page 60 - cooperation with hanks or other lending institutions through agreements to participate on an immediate or 9 deferred basis) as the Administration may determine 10 to be necessary or appropriate to assist any small busiII
Page 22 - (9) to make such loans (either directly or in 7 cooperation with banks or other lending institutions 8 through agreements to participate on an immediate or 9 deferred basis) as the Administration may determine 10 to be necessary or appropriate to assist any small
Page 228 - Gas utilities . 59 Commercial (1) . 71 All nonmanufacturing 17.10 All business 34. 09 1 The total cost of bringing industries existing facilities up to present pollution control standards as of January 1, 1975. (1) Figures based on large chain, mail order and department stores, insurance companies, banks and other commercial businesses. TABLE II.-HOW MUCH INVESTMENT GOES FOR AIR AND WATER POLLUTION CONTROLS
Page 110 - IMPROVING THE PROSPECTS OF SMALL BUSINESS The Report of The President's Task Force on Improving the Prospects of Small Business March 1970 J. WILSON NEWMAN.

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